"People are saying, who needs this? And they're sort of nonvoting for a new America."
“America never loved us. Remember?”
They're plaid slacks--sultry, irresistible, plaid slacks. Put them on and women will throw themselves at you. This was the 60s. It was a different time in America. Back then, before the development of certain vaccines, women lost control of themselves whenever they encountered plaid slacks, flat front shirts, or houndstooth pants. Show More Summary
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The incarcerated poor have become the nation’s most exploited workers. They are the prototype drones for the corporate totalitarian state.
Backpacker Magazine got it right when they named Mt Washington (6288?) one of the 10 most dangerous hikes in America. Several weather patterns collide on Mt Washington and produce its notoriously foul weather, which can move in quickly. The winds on Mt Washington exceed tropical storm force (40 mph) 110 days a year, the summit is […]
In the dark hours of the morning, some of television’s biggest celebrities are already rolling out into the streets of the city that never sleeps.
Photo: Julianne Hing "Black Girls Code" is an organization that introduces computer programming and technology to pre-teen and older African-American girls. Founder Kimberly Bryant joins Arise America to discuss the movement. -- Arise America
Three things to know about the Arizona Cardinals' matchup against the Carolina Panthers next weekend in an NFC wild-card playoff game at Bank of America Stadium: 1. Three in a row?: The Cardinals are 5-7 all-time against the Panthers and have beat them in their last two meetings in 2011 and 2013, but both were played in Arizona. Show More Summary
Three things to know about the Carolina Panthers' matchup against the Arizona Cardinals next weekend in an NFC wild-card playoff game at Bank of America Stadium: 1. Hot team: The Cardinals were one of the hottest teams through the first three-quarters of the season until being hit hard with injuries at quarterback. Show More Summary
Iran’s supreme leader has stepped into the debate over police violence and race in America, likening police shootings of black people in Ferguson and elsewhere to the Palestinian struggle in Gaza in a series of tweets using the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. In a stream of comments on his...
As Peter King of TheMMQB.com said on Football Night in America, the league will review on Monday the leg-step committed by Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh against Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Packers coach Mike McCarthy needs no time for contemplation or deliberation. Show More Summary
The American public and its political leadership will do anything for the military except take it seriously. The result is a chickenhawk nation in which careless spending and strategic folly combine to lure America into endless wars it can’t win.
After more than 13 years of bloody fighting that has cost the lives of more than 2,200 U.S. troops and over $1 trillion, the longest war in America’s history has finally come to an end — or has it? In a low-key flag lowering ceremony today at the International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF) headquarters [...]Show More Summary
Listen, I love me some Wetzels Pretzels and Orange Julius too, but whatever happened to the kind holiday spirit?! Read more...
Bollywood star Aamir Khan has outdone himself, just about. His current release, the Rajkumar Hirani-directed comedy/drama PK, has become the highest-grossing foreign-language film of 2014 in North America with a cume to date of $7.91M after two frames. Show More Summary
By Liz Thach, Professor management and wine business at Sonoma State University, Sonoma State University What beverage has grown continuously in consumption for the past 20 years in America? Wine. read more
Samuel D. Hunter's new play, Pocatello, about a gay man stuck in small-town America hits home. read more
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof asked his readers to send him poems about race in America. They did. And then he published some of them! One is addressed to looters. Read more...