October 22, 2014
The truth slipped out of his mouth this week.
Isn’t this what we want more companies—and, even more, the federal government—to do?
It's not going to be the 1970s all over again.
"If You Spit in My Face, You Would Regret It”: Excerpts From the Feisty, Humble, Marvelous Letters of Ben Bradlee
Some of the funniest, smartest letter-writing you'll ever encounter.
A Kickstarter campaign is selling all sorts of weird Didion paraphernelia.
We need the PKK for stability in the Middle East.
They're riveting—but why?
From the Obama ad-man who brought you "Mitt Romney's America."
His performance is quiet and subtle—and will blow you away.
Americans already spend about $380 billion on sports gambling per year.
It's not a travel ban. It's better.
Because the president has nothing to do with gas prices!
The riot that accompanied the Paris premiere of the ballet The Rite of Spring gave Stravinsky’s polytonality its artistic bonafides. Censoring Ulysses certified Joyce a prophet.
Why pay for ads when you get them for free?
"The trenches only came up to your knees, and no protection at all; and then there was no food."
Patience is key.
October 21, 2014
It's all in the data.
I Was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine 20 Years Ago. Now I'm a War Reporter There. Here's What's Changed.
The change is astonishing.
Taking chutzpah to a whole new level.
And with good reason—we've been egregiously violating our treaty on torture for years.
"I found German writer Walter Benjamin through my middle-school history teacher ..."
Good news for late-bloomers.
Conservatives are way more locked in to one news source than liberals are.
A Reporter Got This Rare Interview With Chairman Mao in 1965, Even Though China Was Entirely Closed to the West
Today, this would be like getting an exclusive interview with Kim Jong-Un.