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Paige VanZant got back into the win column this past weekend (Sat., Aug. 27, 2016) by knocking out Bec Rawlings with an impressive switch kick at UFC on FOX 21 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that had everyone raving. See itShow More Summary
Mallory Ortberg, aka Dear Prudence, is online weekly to chat live with readers. An edited transcript of the chat is below. (Sign up below to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Read Prudie’s Slate columns here. SendShow More Summary
Today Ron Fournier bids farewell to Washington with a column declaring Donald Trump unfit for the Oval Office: There's Simply No Equivalence Hillary Clinton has her problems, but Donald Trump is unfit for the presidency. ....On one hand, Clinton. Show More Summary
Policymakers are stagnant when it comes to pushing accessibility regulations for the web
Anthony Weiner is being dumped by more than his wife. According to the Daily Beast, Anthony Weiner is no longer going to be writing columns for the New York Daily News. Opinion editor Josh Greenman told them, “[W]e won’t be running his columns in the future.”
Hello everyone. Normally this is where I would talk to you about everything that has happened in the world of Hearthstone [Free] this past week, but due to reasons beyond my control, I had to delay our Touchstone column by one day. I apologize if I'm ruining your Monday ritual, but I'll make up for
Trump did not invent mean-spirited policies. After a great deal of commentary on the presidential election, Paul Krugman takes it local in Monday's column. Specifically to Texas where a deeply upsetting trend is taking hold. The mortality...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Following up on Andy McCarthy’s NR column on the $1.31 billion in ransom payments to Iran (apart from the $400 million in cash) and on my related post, a reader with background in federal law enforcement writes: I saw...Show More Summary
Univision/Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos joins Brian Stelter on today's edition of Reliable Sources, in order to discuss the controversy surrounding Ramos' incendiary column for Time magazine, which led to the MRC's call for his removal from the Univision anchor desk until after the election. Here's what to expect:
We all have come to appreciate the economic wisdom of no one. After all, no one saw the housing bubble and no one expected the recovery to be so weak. So when no one talks, people listen. That's why people were impressed to see no one make an appearance in Robert Samuelson's column. Show More Summary
The relationship between taxation and economic growth is complex, and relies in large part on the efficiency with which taxes are used. This column examines the impact of corruption on this relationship. The boost to welfare from reducing corruption is substantially larger than the marginal gains from optimising the tax rate for an existing level of government efficiency.
WASHINGTON — My recent columns on Donald Trump have generated a consistent response from his supporters: “If … that lying psycho b—- wins, there will be nothing left of this country. You better stock up on bullets to protect your house!” “Keep preaching to the Hillary choir.” “Please notify me when you are going to [...]Show More Summary
THE persecution of a young fan of AFL star Nic Naitanui proves today’s anti-racist…
LIBERALS should panic about their Prime Minister. Is a wounded Malcolm Turnbull ready to destroy the Government…
Anthony Pettis got back into the win column with an impressive third-round submission victory via guillotine over Charles Oliveira last night (Sat., Aug. 27, 2016) in Vancouver, British, Columbia, Canada (see it). But during his appearance...Show More Summary
What's the best way to enjoy this column? With a big cup of Kona. I like good coffee. Anyone who knows me well knows that I obsess about it. Good beans, a high-quality grinder, and time. Patience. Every morning, I stumble downstairs, boil some water in my well-used Hario gooseneck kettle, and proceed with the ritual: grind, weigh, pour-over. Show More Summary
My regular column is available to subscribers on www.thesundaytimes.co.uk This is an excerpt. It is back to work, in my case after escaping to the Outer Hebrides, where the people were a lot friendlier than the weather and where...
Paige VanZant returned to the win column in a big way last night (Sat., Aug. 27, 2016) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada by knocking out Bec Rawlings in the second round of their Strawweight fight (see it). While some may have been...Show More Summary
Kevin O’Rourke at VoxEU: Brexit: This backlash has been a long time coming: Editors' note: This column first appeared as a chapter in the VoxEU ebook, Brexit Beckons: Thinking ahead by leading economists, available to download free of charge here....