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This week, from murder in Mississippi to the pawn shops of Appalachia.
Google and Facebook want to bring the Internet—and with it, startup culture—to 4 billion people who’ve never had it. But Africa’s version of Silicon Valley will be uncharted territory.
It might be violently anti-Hollywood, but the repressive North Korean authorities can't stop Western movies being smuggled into the Hermit Kingdom.
As Turkey’s president restricts free speech and ignores domestic violence, the country’s businesswomen are pushing back.
United States goalkeeper Tim Howard on why soccer struggles in America and how he essentially chose his career over his wife.
For years Canada’s special, and profitable, relationship with Cuba was another thing that set it apart from America. No longer—hence some mixed feelings north of the border.
How can men take charge of their fertility problems? By keeping everything cool down there—including your skivvies.
The 19th author and magazine editor William Dean Howells once wrote a novel that eerily anticipated the recent troubles at The New Republic.
The former Czech leader, once a global darling of libertarians, is losing friends fast. The reason? His defenses of Putin, for starters.
And now, the plan is not only to decimate public-sector unions, but all unions—to deplete the money they can spend on politics.
De Blasio? Sharpton? Nope. The biggest blowback will be against the “reforming” Kentucky senator, because Republicans back cops, period.
Congress’ abomination of a defense spending bill is all about pleasing weapons manufacturers and diverting funds to useless projects.
New York's LGBT Center, 31 years young, is undergoing a massive renovation. It has changed lives, and been the home of the most landscape-changing campaigning groups. Why do we still need it?
The Industrial Revolution and Victorian practically erased the holiday in England. A Christmas Carol revived and reinvented it around the gift of giving.
Will those who protested Eric Garner’s death rush to the side of Rafael Ramos’ two sons, or Wenjian Liu’s widow, married only two months?
To look at him, you couldn’t tell that Mister Ham was hard up enough to try to sell his overcoat in the middle of December. But class has nothing to do with money.
As a teen, she wowed in films like ‘Donnie Darko’ and ‘Saved!’ Now Jena Malone is 30, and with roles in ‘Inherent Vice,’ ‘The Hunger Games,’ and a massive superhero film, all the rage.
Paramedics strove valiantly to revive grievously wounded Officers Liu and Ramos—and were left shattered when their efforts failed.
19 arrests, three suspected murders, and one attempted suicide later, Ismaaiyl Brinsley is finally gone.
New York’s mayor and the protesters aren’t responsible for the actions of a deranged cop killer. But they still could have done more to defuse the calls for violence from their allies.