Two of Real Madrid's fringe stars are again being linked with moves away from the club after wingers Jese Rodriguez and Denis Cheryshev's names made their way back into the gossip columns this week. Jese's agent, Gines Carvajal, spoke...Show More Summary
David Brooks is getting a lot of positive attention today for this column, in which he dissolves into despair and anxiety over what has become of today’s “radical” and “ungovernable” Republican Party: The House Republican caucus is close to ungovernable these days. How did this situation come about? This was not just the work of […]
Welcome to "Letters from," my new column that examines the intimate thoughts of members of the real estate industry. We will explore why they got into the business, what they wish they would have known when they started, their challenges, who their mentors are and why -- and, lastly, the knowledge they can pass on from their former mistakes...
The origins and quality of these shows, which include "American Horror Story" and "American Crime," vary wildly. You may have heard that we have a lot of good television these days. As David Carrwrote in this 2014 column, “In the short...Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence was thrust into the spotlight on the gender pay-gap issue when the Sony hack revealed that she was paid less than her male American Hustle co-stars. Now she's speaking out via Lena Dunham's " Lenny," in a column headlined, "Why Do I Make Less Than My Male Co-Stars?" Lawrence...
Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein which examines eating and drinking on screen. Though...Show More Summary
If the theme of my last Connected States column was about friends on the road, this one is about strangers. Those people who you never would have met if you hadn’t ventured from the nest. On the road through Montana, Idaho, and Oregon, I was lucky enough to meet some rather wonderful unfamiliars, some of whom really saved my bacon. Read more...
I doubt I’ll be the first to make such an accusation, but how certain are we that R.L. Stine isn’t actually some kind of robot? Column by Max Booth III When I was seven years-old, my parents took a trip to a library book sale. They came home with a box specifically for me. Show More Summary
Liverpool legend John Barnes has claimed he won’t be distraught if Liverpool were to part with star midfielder Philippe Coutinho in the near future. In his column for Titanbet, Barnes looked at all things to do with the Reds, including the recent appointment of new manager Jurgen Klopp. Show More Summary
Emily Yoffe, 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. Send questions to Prudence at firstname.lastname@example.org.) Q. Show More Summary
Stefan writes: Dear Sajeev, I am the last person who would want to be even peripherally involved in you losing your job or impeding that great Lincoln rebuild. I am a loyal reader of TTAC and “slavishly” read your column. My Subie is just touching 120,000 miles. Show More Summary
The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal is another nail in the coffin of a multilateral global trade system that brought the world together in the past six decades In my column last month for The Straits Times ("When there's no happily ever after to trade talks"; Sept 11), I quoted from a [...]
Washington Post: ‘Dark Money’ is the IRS’s Real Problem, by Henry Geller: n his Oct. 8 op-ed column, Impeach the IRS director, George F. Will criticized the Internal Revenue Service for its delay in processing applications for tax-exempt status and indeed urged that the IRS director be impeached. However, these...
Arsenal Roundup: New Contracts, Ajax Prodigy Targeted, Welbeck’s Injury Update - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Welcome to the daily Arsenal column here at Soccerlens where we delve into all things Arsenal. Today’s top stories include...Show More Summary
My latest Townhall column is called, I Feel Sorry For Real Men In The Millennial Generation. Here’s an excerpt from the column. Men have it rougher in America than most people
The importance of the general public’s inflation expectations is increasingly being emphasised, but surveys of firms’ expectations are notably absent. This column explores the extent to which inflation expectations of firms in New Zealand are anchored. Show More Summary
Although my own personal bias (as anyone can see, from a random sampling of my past columns) is pretty liberal, every so often I feel the responsibility to offer up honest suggestions for Republican politicians to help either themselves or their party. Show More Summary
Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti wants to return to the Premier League, Newcastle want Victor Valdes, plus more.
Jef Raskin (RIP) was the creator of the Macintosh project at Apple. I got to know him pretty well in the last five years or so of his life. He was a delightful curmudgeon, and very creative. He wrote a column for the print edition of bOING bOING about pranks and scams, under the moniker "El Jefe." (I'll get around to posting them one day.) (more…)
Emily Yoffe, 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. Send questions to Prudence at email@example.com.) Emily Yoffe: Good afternoon and Happy Columbus Day! Q. Show More Summary