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The following article first appeared in The National Book Review: By Madeleine Dobie Last month marked the 70th anniversary of Albert Camus's one and only visit to New York City, an occasion marked by a month-long program of concerts, lectures, and readings organized by the Camus estate. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Anthem Inc Chief Executive Officer Joseph Swedish on Tuesday said that the antitrust process with Cigna Corp is moving forward as expected - including on the national level - and that tensions with the smaller insurer about the review are in the past. Show More Summary
A massive National Academy of Science review of hundreds of studies on genetically engineered (GE) food crops, comparing the US, where the crops have been used heavily for 20 years, and Europe, where use is rare, finds no reliable evidence that these crops pose any harm to human or environmental health. Show More Summary
Really interesting stuff from National Review's Eliana Johnson, whose latest campaign dispatch sheds light on just how close Newt Gingrich has...
Mark those awards-season calendars: The National Board of Review has announced a date for its 2017 trophy show. The group has staked out Wednesday, January 4, for its annual awards gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in Manhattan. NBC’s Willie...Show More Summary
In a review article, researchers from Virginia Tech, Yale University, and the National Institutes of Health study viral evolution with the aim of finding knowledge that might help prevent disease.
Newt Gingrich “has, in effect, launched his own campaign” to become Donald Trump’s running mate, National Review reports. Said Trump super PAC operative Ed Rollins: “I think Newt is lobbying to be the vice president, and I think their people [...]
The following Article first appeared in The National Book Review: Tom Hanks just appeared on "Desert Island Discs," the venerable BBC radio show that asks distinguished guests what music they would bring with them if they were going to be stranded on the eponymous desert island. Show More Summary
“On a press relations level, the move smacked of sour grapes – a retaliatory swipe at Fleet Street for not cooing over every offering in Rufus Norris’s strong but hardly faultless first year. On a pecuniary level, it’s hard to see how redistributing that modest allocation to other (presumably online) outlets in the name of […]
On May 21st The National Park Trust is celebrating their 6th annual Kids to Park Day, a national day promoting outdoor play. In honor of this anniversary, they have partnered with Baby Bjorn for the release of their new baby carrier: Baby Carrier One Outdoors. Being the new dad in the Modern Hiker team, I…
On Thursday, James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, signed a new policy that will allow government investigators to review a person's public social media accounts before deciding whether to issue a security clearance.Show More Summary
A liberal super PAC has uncovered as many as 610 Koch subsidiaries in 17 known global tax havens. The Koch Brothers want to pull back on national politics, according to the National Review, because their business and public relations wings have grown weary of the spotlight. Show More Summary
If you head on over to National Review, you’ll read a rather hilarious story by Kat Timpf, where the snowflake brigade at California State...
Donald Trump has released a list of potential Supreme Court picks, andBush administration torture enabler John Yoo has already announced at National Review that he's over the moon: Everyone on the list is an outstanding legal conservative. Show More Summary
The National's Dessner brothers lead a star-studded cast for a Grateful Dead covers album.
Readers of National Review are well familiar with Bob Ehrlich, who was governor of Maryland in the 2000s. He is one of my favorite politicians — one of my favorite people. His latest book is Turning Point: Picking Up the Pieces After Eight Years of Failed Progressive Policies. Show More Summary
Alex Steen abandoned his team at the worst moment. Welcome to Further Review, SB Nation's in-depth video analysis of notable goals in the NHL. Hockey is a weird sport. Amazing and baffling goals tend to happen. We're here to break them down for you. Show More Summary
The Canadian Opera Company says that all it wanted was two little corrections to Arthur Kaptainis’s review in the National Post of its current production, not for the review to be taken offline. Michael Vincent reviews the emails between the COC and the editor, and finds that things are not that simple.
The National Academies of Science has just released its long-awaited report “Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects.” I was a reviewer on this report months ago and as far as I can tell it hasn’t changed much from when I sent in my comments. Here’s what I said: In light of public polarization of opinion […]