Anthony Weiner is back (sort of), with a new column for Business Insider, and in a new interview with Fusion, he talks about life after the scandals that tanked his career in public office. When he was asked, however, about whether he's still sexting, Weiner declined to give a straight answer, saying instead that he's earned the right to tell people "none of your business."
Weekly Column: Few things in this world are more painful than the realization that an estrangement has occurred between two news organizations who had worked amiably together investigating doctors and lawyers squashing benefits claims...Show More Summary
I am on vacation. Please enjoy this golden oldie from February 3, 2011. I read your column every week, mostly out of abstract interest. My thoughts reading your advice are usually some variation on "Wow, that's a lot of work to do, just to have a sex life." So reading you, I came to the conclusion that I was asexual. Show More Summary
The markets cast aside Ukraine and rallied near resistance. SPY rally on 60 minute chart toward Fibonacci and price resistance. Gilead (GILD) with some decent follow-through. A lot of green in the close > open column and little overbought. Show More Summary
WHO can trust our politicians after the humiliating resignation on Wednesday of NSW…
MARK Scott has apologised for the ABC being too vicious. But how he apologised shows it’s also too big. Scott, ABC…
The Queens rap bruiser Meyhem Lauren is probably best-known as an Action Bronson associate, but he’s landed in the Mixtape Of The Week column twice, for 2012?s Respect The Fly Shit and Mandatory Brunch Meetings. And now he’s prepping the awesomely titled Silk Pyramids, a collaborative EP with the veteran New York rap producer Buckwild. [...]
It's fitting that in a year the Phoenix Suns dazzled with a win column higher than anyone could have imagined, it took a loss to put everything in its proper prospective. A 97-91 defeat at the hands of the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night sealed their fate. Show More Summary
Let's just say what we've all been thinking: 'Jane Eyre' sucks. Column by Daniel Hope It’s time for us to say what we’ve all been thinking for well over a hundred years: The Napoleonic Wars were a big mistake. Also, Jane Eyre sucks. Imagine...Show More Summary
Liberal comic Patton Oswalt got a quick lesson in the left's thought control tactics, and the irony wasn't lost on him. Oswalt, a prolific character actor and stand-up, retweeted a column by noted conservative Mark Steyn that swatted our P.C. Show More Summary
Welcome to Issue #41 of The Marvelous Da7e! Real quick mission statement: this column is for discussion of superhero movie news and superhero movies. Titular allegiance aside, this sphere includes non-Marvel properties. This week: X-Men...Show More Summary
On the left is the percentage of whites who think blacks are treated less fairly (in schools, it's 15 percent). On the right is the percentage of blacks (51 percent). From Charles Blow's NYT column this weekend.
We have a very special mail column today, in that it is slightly different from other mail columns! I hope you don't mind. If you do, I'm a still a fake mailman in the future being chased by rogue armies, post-apocalyptic thugs, and god knows what else. I have bigger problems than your feelings. Read more...
By the Pinheiros River in the city of Sao Paulo, huge stacked concrete volumes form the casing of a striking new home, designed by the talent at Brazilian company Studio MK27. Within the structure, a vertical circulation column acts as a core around which three exposed concrete boxes are pivoted, creating layers of cantilevered rooms […]
More than 90 percent of customers are more inclined to make a purchase after reading a brand's response to feedback. What exactly is the value of responding to customer feedback? Column Five Media used survey data from Bazaarvoice, a user-review software company, to answer that question with the infographic below.
"WhatsApp is on a path to connect one billion people. The services that reach that milestone are all incredibly valuable," said Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook’s $19 billion buy-out of WhatsApp. What he is talking about is big data — and the insanely high value proposition that comes with it. read more
Comic Book Resources has a weekly column where a stable of artists draw fan requests, compiled by theme. A recent post collected western redesigns of anime and manga characters -- something distinctly up our alley. The image in the header was done by Marco D'Alfonso and depicts a Jack Kirby-style Akira remake. Show More Summary
In my most recent column, I talked about listening for the "ping," or voice in our personal lives. Looking past what we think is on the surface, and trying to find the truth deep down. The same could be said for our political leadership. Show More Summary
As Alice said: “Curiouser and curiouser!” Fox News is reporting that a small column of armored vehicles sporting a Russian flag and troops in camouflage uniforms has been spotted in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk. At least some of the troops claim to be members of the Ukrainian 25th Airborne Brigade that had […]
JAMES TARANTO: Race Against Time: Is there a high-minded justification for Dems’ divisive rhetoric? This column probably isn’t the first to notice a recent intensification of liberal and Democratic rhetoric about race. Last month Paul Ryan was the object of a Two Minutes Hate for some comments on the culture of poverty “in our inner [...]