As we approach the one-year anniversary of the 2016 presidential election, we want to hear from Post readers about Donald Trump’s decisions as president-elect and as president. Please tell us what you think is the single best and the single worst decision he has made since Nov. 8. Click here or use the form below […]
Wrapping up here, because we don’t want anyone feeling left out, here is the HTC-made Pixel 2. From what we can tell, it’ll arrive in three colorways and match the Pixel 2 XL in terms of storage, while sticking to prices very similar to last year’s original smaller Pixel. Show More Summary
Iain Armitage, 9, tells USA TODAY's Bill Keveney what it's like to play the lead character in 'Young Sheldon,' and Zoe Perry and Lance Barber, who play his parents, talk about the young actor's capabilities.
Donald Trump and Mike Pence are revved up for repeal and have been working the phones to get the 50 Senate votes necessary so Pence can cast the tie-breaker, according to Tuesday's traveling press pool report. Perhaps most importantly, South Carolina Sen. Show More Summary
IFTTT.com is a powerful utility for automating all sorts of small things. The site's acronym stands for, "If This, Then That," which sort of tells you everything you need to know about using IFTTT. You set a trigger from any number of a massive array of things IFTTT can look for which cover everything from
Do you know what happened at the conclusion of Twin Peaks: The Return? If you do, please tell us. But what we do know only adds to the mystery surrounding those final few moments: Mary Reber, the current, actual homeowner of the Palmer residence in Everett, Washington, portrayed the fictional ... More »
David Hasselhoff must continue paying alimony to his ex-wife, because she's earned it after 16 long years of working for him behind the scenes... according to her, anyway. A rep for Hasselhoff's ex, Pamela Bach, tells TMZ... she worked hard…
Ryan Phillippe has hired a high-powered civil litigator to go after the woman claiming he beat her up... and he's using the "Taylor Swift" model of lawsuits... TMZ has learned. Sources connected with Ryan tell us, Ryan's plan is to file either a…
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During the president's first address to the U.N., he asked that the organization work more effectively.
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A hurricane expert talks to The Daily Beast on how Maria intensified so quickly—and what the eye of the storm can tell us about its destructive power.
On Monday, Kevin Durant shut down social media when many people noticed that he was talking about himself in third person and then it was quickly realized that he apparently had a secret Twitter account where he uses it to tell his real feelings about his situation in OKC. Then, someone went through his followers […]
The great institutions of modernity were not constructed to provide meaning. Science tells us how the world came to be but not why. Technology gives us power but cannot tell us how to use it. The market gives us choices but no guidance as to which choices to make. Show More Summary
Cris Cyborg says she's OVER her feud with Ronda Rousey -- because Ronda is no longer on her level and belongs in the WWE instead of the octagon. Cyborg called out Rousey for years -- once telling TMZ Sports she wanted to kill the first UFC…
The NFL tells TMZ Sports the league is looking into claims of domestic violence against line judge Carl Johnson. We broke the story... a woman claiming to be Johnson's former live-in girlfriend filed court documents and went to pol...
“Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime,” Trump said about Kim Jong Un.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) tells ABC News that she is “leaning no” on the latest Senate Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The Emmy sweep of The Handmaid’s Tale has brought on another bout of commentary about how it has much to tell us about Trump’s America. I wrote about it today: Based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, the series depicts a misogynist dystopia. Show More Summary
"It's okay to feel good about things here but there's no sense running down the street telling people about it at the top of your voice Minnesotans prefer to express their positive feelings through the use of negatives because it naturally levels things out. From the 1993 TPT video "How To Talk Minnesotan" by Howard Mohr. He also wrote a book with the same name. [via Kottke]