I'm rooting for Hillary for a simple reason; I think she'd be the best president. She served New York well in the Senate and was an effective Secretary of State. As has been clear in the debates, she has an extraordinary command of not only the issues but the process of governing and is by far the most experienced of any candidate on either side. Show More Summary
A bug has been discovered in the latest version of Adobe Creative Cloud for Mac that could interfere with other apps. The bug in question looks for and deletes the first hidden folder — in alphabetical order — on a Mac's root drive.Show More Summary
Cameron Crowe is going back to his Almost Famous roots with his first foray into television. Roadies is a one-hour ensemble comedy about the music world, seen through the eyes of the unsung heroes of the backstage who tour the U.S. for the group the Staton-House Band. Luke Wilson and... More »
Coloring books have roots reaching back 1,000 years, and share meditative benefits first discovered by Buddhists. One thousand years ago, on the stone floors of a monastery in Tibet, a monk hunches on his knees, placing rubies the size of dust motes to draw a delicate line of glowing red sand. Show More Summary
Todd McFarlane's toy company returns to its roots with a brand new Spawn action figure.
In “Formation,” Beyoncé proudly shouts out her black Southern roots and calls up imagery of Hurricane Katrina and the Black Lives Matter movement. At the Super Bowl the day after it premiered, she took the overtly political imagery even...Show More Summary
The first thing I immediately thought when I saw Beyonce's "Formation" was that some folks ruts -- "roots" -- would show. You know, ruts: biases, fears of lineage, missing genealogies, shit like that. And folks don't like their ruts or their slip showing. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Eager to share Bernie Sanders's claim to the grass roots, Hillary Clinton is having trouble owning up to the deep pockets helping her campaign. [...] Guy Cecil, a former Clinton staffer, was brought in to lead the group...Show More Summary
Dreams often start in out-of-the-way places. Take, Maurice, La., for example, a place so small it's not a city or town, but a village. The 2010 census had it at 964 people, up from 642 a decade earlier. It's also the home to the "world famous" City Bar Maurice and Meaux Sneaux Shack, where their...
The trailer for the History Channel’s Roots remake is here to tease the retelling of Alex Haley’s story of Kunta Kinte and his descendants whose lives were devastated time and again by slavery, but still found a way to establish and hand down family traditions—and pride—through generations. Show More Summary
American fairy tale drama series "Once Upon a Time" season 5B will be going back in time to dig deeper into the root of the story of the half-sisters, Zelena and Regina, who are presently played by Rebecca Mader and Lana Parrilla respectively.
Some Sanders supporters are convinced that the super delegates backing Clinton is evidence that the game is rigged. As the Democrats head to Nevada, Bernie Sanders has 36 delegates, Hillary Clinton has 32, but you might not know that if you’ve been exposed to some lazy or sensational journalism suggesting that Clinton is in the lead. Show More Summary
One week before pitchers and catchers report to spring training, Jonathan Papelbon is still on the Nationals’ roster. National League MVP Bryce Harper, the man Papelbon choked during an embarrassing dugout scuffle on Fan Appreciation Day last September, says he’s fine with that.Read full article >>
What’s in season: Though carrots are one of those staples that can be found year-round in supermarkets, winter is the best time to find them at farmers markets, as colder weather makes for crisper and sweeter roots. Another advantage to sourcing your carrots seasonally is that you can often find...
Madrid is teeming with museums, but none quite like the Museo Geominero. Opened in its current location in May of 1926, the collection's roots extend nearly a century earlier, when engineers and geologists began amassing literal and figurative gems of the nation during a massive project to map Spain's geology, undertaken in 1849. Show More Summary
Across the nation, Americans are frustrated with divisive politics and elections in which they feel as though their voice goes unheard. FairVote has long called for reforming winner-take-all elections to address the root cause for congressional gerrymandering, distorted representation, dysfunction, and polarization. Show More Summary
Hugging meditation, made famous by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, is rooted in the belief that a good hug can have transformative effects. Learn how. The post Hugging Meditation: Deepen Your Practice with a Mindful Embrace appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Sometimes, a show comes along that leaves the audience awestruck. If successful, any attempt to remake the show is met with heavy skepticism and the resulting film had better deliver. Alex Haley’s Roots, which first aired in 1977, brought the plight of the Negro slave in America front and center. The History Channel has taken on this massive Keep Reading ?
After three narratively driven episodes to kick off season six, “Weirdos Beach” returns Portlandia to its sketch roots. No grand exploration of growing up or anthropological study of the music festival experience, instead it’s a loose collection of takes on various music and car-related topics. Show More Summary
Video games are seen as an important and integral part of pop culture nowadays, and even folks who don't care about gaming may find themselves using phrases rooted in gaming culture once in a while. Slowly but surely terms like pwned,...Show More Summary