The Fox News honcho once ordered 3 entire pages of food from a room service menu.
We know more than ever about how vile Roger Ailes is. But he still can't elect a president.
We know more details than ever about how vile the Fox boss is. Yet we keep overstating his power.
Albert Camus would have celebrated his 100th birthday this week. Judging from how he documented his birthdays, it probably would not have been a particularly happy affair: his journals reveal an author ill at ease with a world that, for him, signified nothing. On his birthdays, Camus's thoughts often turned to death and, perhaps appropriately, to the works he had yet to write:November 7. [1938 - 25 years old] Character. A.M. — an invalid —both legs amputated — paralyzed all down one side.
This is the 50th anniversary of John F.
New works alter his image as a disinterested aesthete
A newly translated play and a new biography alter his image as a disinterested aesthete.
How Margaret Fuller Changed American Feminism
Margaret Fuller’s early death meant she never got to see the promised land.
Isherwood's overflowing diaries are in need of a thorough edit.