The New York Times crossword puzzle is like an elderly uncle: lovable and fun but prone to sounding out of touch. Sometimes that fustiness is charming, like when longtime puzzle editor Will Shortz sparred with writer Julianne Smolinski over the definition of the word Illin’.
On behalf of the liberal groups Americans United for Change and the Constitutional Responsibility Project, PPP surveys six Senate races. We've collected all the toplines below, along with PPP's most recent previous numbers for eachShow More Summary
"The series has truly hit its stride with" Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello and Andy Kubert's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #5.
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Sean Hannity has announced his endorsement in the New York Senate race, and to the surprise of many, he has endorsed a candidate who is running against one of Donald Trump’s best and oldest political allies. A man Trump has said that he has a “close” and “good” relationship with. Show More Summary
This collection of more than 50 years of Mr. Trillin’s articles for The New Yorker about civil rights has literary as well as historical weight.
photo By Jeff Kardas Ken Roczen came away with another 1-1 performance, but this time he had to face a stiff challenge from Eli Tomac to get the job down. Ken Roczen continues to rack up wins in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Series,...Show More Summary
Moonbats have a remarkable knack for getting everyone to view life through their identity politics lens — even those who don’t normally think in those terms, like Muslim terrorists. Al
Lyft, the longtime also-ran in the race for ride-share dominance, has hired Qatalyst Partners, an investment bank known for its M&A deals. According to The Wall Street Journal, the San... To view the full story, click the title link...
The last weekend of June every year for 37 years has been given over to the running of the Western States 100 Mile Trail Run, the premier endurance running race in the world. To me it is an assertion of the human potential, written in...Show More Summary
GIF via the “Racing Under Green” television show promo. Yes, that was a thing. Volkswagen is about to have a lot of its diesel cars sitting around after the massive buyback , and naturally, one wonders what to do with them. I have an answer, and it’s the same answer I have to most things: just take them racing. Read more...
Your favorite singer still needs to face the reality of race and privilege. Continue reading…
One of the two Mazda Prototype cars at this weekend’s Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen at Watkins Glen International will be decked out in a livery that salutes one of the greatest racing stories of all time . Hey Mazda—more like this, please. Read more...
The New York Times Book Review tasked Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to write a story about the current United States presidential race.
The US Senate’s top war hawk was joined by the head of the Senate Foreign Relations committee in questioning the Obama administration’s commitment to a 21st Century Nuclear Arms Race.
The polarization of modern politics is affecting more than just Congress.
Long-time Republican strategists and campaign consultants privately acknowledge they are so certain of Hillary Clinton’s victory – and so worried about its impact on Senate races and GOP control of the Senate – that they are already considering a controversial tactic that explicitly acknowledges Donald Trump’s defeat. The tactic, used by congressional Republicans two decades […]
As the world’s premiere auto racing league, the cars that compete in Formula One are technological marvels. But watching what goes into racing vehicles from the turn of the century gives you a greater appreciation for what our ancestors had to deal with to quench their need for speed. Read more...
Season 1 of ZOO ended with our heroes surrounded by animals, who soon began storming their car. Season 2, meanwhile, is going to pick up right after that moment, showing us how the group survives that stampede “If last season was, let’s say, 80% action, it’s about 112% action this season,” Billy Burke teases. The […]