I've been a VICE-loving broad since I was about 13 -- so at the just-ripe age of 32 you could call me a devotee. As a buck-toothed, flat-chested, polyester-golf-pant wearing teenager, I was all about embracing the Other. And in Lawrenceville,...Show More Summary
The day's cable news TV ratings.
Cable ratings for Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015.
The world is actually getting better. Fifteen years into the 21st century, life on the whole has improved for a great deal of humanity. Access to basic needs like food, shelter, water, education and work has improved. But we are still experiencing massive inequality, particularly gender disparity. Show More Summary
Final same-day ratings for Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015.
Would "Empire" have been as big in 2005 as it is in 2015? Maybe not quite.
The Free Beacon reported the following: Nine out of 10 large companies are working to avoid Obamacare’s so-called Cadillac Tax on health insurance plans if lawmakers fail to reform the law, according to a new study. The American Health Policy Institute, a non-partisan think tank, found that nearly every major employer in the country is […]
Following a four-month review restricted to its two main roster shops, Mondelez International has selected Dentsu Aegis' Carat for North American media chores and also named the agency network to handle global communications across all product categories. Show More Summary
by Elizabeth Bass, Stony Brook University When I was a newspaper science editor, I approached Nobel Prize season with mixed glee and anxiety. Glee, because I knew that, without even an argument, I would get space in the paper for stories about research too arcane to make it into print the other 51 weeks of the year. Show More Summary
Few surprise trends have dominated the marketing industry in recent months more than the rapid rise of DraftKings and FanDuel, leaders in a new and obscenely profitable industry known as daily fantasy sports. The companies seeminglyShow More Summary
CBS and Halle Berry are done with "Extant."