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Murder considered in death of another Putin opponent in UK

Ellen Barry, international correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about British authorities treating the death of Russian exile...

New sanctions reveal Russian hacking of US energy infrastructure

Nicole Perlroth, cybersecurity reporter for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about new details of Russia's efforts to hack vital U.S....

Mueller demands Russia documents from Trump Organization: NYT

Rachel Maddow relays a report by The New York Times that Robert Mueller has sent a subpoena to the Trump Organization for Russia-related documents over a...

Hospital Obsolescence or Hospital Reinvention?

Mike Magee Two weeks ago Zeke Emanuel asked the question “Are hospitals becoming obsolete?” In his New York Times Op-Ed he flagged the high water mark for the industry as 1981, a year when 6,933 hospitals nationwide admitted 39 million patients or 171 for every 1000 Americans. Show More Summary

Interior Officials Are Citing Coal Execs And Crank Bloggers To Defend Climate Stances

At the federal agency in charge of 20 percent of the U.S. landmass, blogs like "Watts Up With That" trump The New York Times.

The New York Times Has Determined that China is Violating International Rules on Patents and Copyrights

It would be interesting to know how the paper made that determination, but it referred to "China’s theft of American intellectual property" as a matter of fact. China is bound by the TRIPs provisions in the WTO, but there are many different...Show More Summary


From the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs, a radical new way of thinking about depression and anxiety. What really causes depression and anxiety - and how can we really...Show More Summary

Obituary: Photographer Nitin Vadukul, 52

7 hours agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Photographer Nitin Vadukul, who created surreal and eerie images for commercial, editorial and music clients, died February 17 in New York City, according to The New York Times. His brother, photographer Max Vadukul, told The Times the cause of death was colorectal cancer. Show More Summary

The good news about all these firings

7 hours agoNews : ComPost

The good news is that President Trump feels much more comfortable now. According to the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, Trump finally feels like he has a handle on this presidency thing and is making the changes he wants to make. Good. So Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is gone. Poor Tillerson. The former ExxonMobil executive had wished to be […]

The Politics of Blaming Single Mothers for Poverty

Research on poverty often focuses on economic differences between married and nonmarried people, especially mothers. However, in a recent New York Times op-ed, David Brady, Ryan M. Finnigan and Sabine Hübgen push back against common cultural arguments, like criticism about having children outside of marriage, that blame single mothers for poverty. Instead, the authors ask […]

Instagram Roundup: Brielle Biermann, Sonja Morgan, Tom Schwartz, Johnna DiGrigoli, & More!

With the Season 10 premiere of Real Housewives of New York on its way, expect more photos from the show’s stars on social media, just in time to get us all hyped up. Tinsley Mortimer shared a photo with (most of) the cast by the water. Show More Summary

NY Times’ Maggie Haberman Makes Unsourced Claim Aides ‘Decided to Whisk’ Pres. Trump to Golf Course After Sunday Morning Twitter Storm

Who’s the boss? According to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, President Donald Trump went golfing on Sunday under orders from White House aides who ‘whisked’ him to a golf course trying to keep him from tweeting and watching TV. Show More Summary

Steam, Cool Down, Repeat: Our 4 Favorite New York City Bathhouses for Men

Steam, Cool Down, Repeat: Our 4 Favorite New York City Bathhouses for Men From the East Side Club to the West Side Club, here are four bathhouses to explore the next time you're in the Big Apple Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

World’s Oldest Message In A Bottle Uncovered In Australian Beach

The world’s oldest message in the bottle had reportedly been found by an Australian woman on the shores of a beach near Wedge Island, Australia. According to The New York Times, Tonya Illman was just strolling down the beach in January when she stumbled upon the discolored old bottle poking through the sand. Show More Summary

“Today, Explained”: An Edgy New Vox Podcast to Compete with “The Daily”

Sarah Larson reviews “Today, Explained,” the Vox podcast, hosted by Sean Rameswaram, that aims to compete with the New York Times podcast “The Daily,” hosted by Michael Barbaro.

Uber's self-driving trucks are now in service

Uber has officially put its self-driving semi-trailer trucks into operation under the new service Uber Freight. In fact, Uber has had the self-driving trucks in service for a few months in the state of Arizona, The New York Times reported last week. It comes after the startup Otto, which Uber has since acquired, sent a self-driving semi on its...

How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions

Matthew Rosenberg, Nicholas Confessore, and Carole Cadwalladr, reporting for The New York Times: Details of Cambridge’s acquisition and use of Facebook data have surfaced in several accounts since the business began working on he 2016...Show More Summary

Hacker Adrian Lamo Has Died at 37

The Colombian-American hacker became famous in the early 2000s for breaking into the systems at organizations like The New York Times, and later for his role in Chelsea Manning's arrest.

Living sensor can potentially prevent environmental disasters from fuel spills

The Colonial Pipeline, which carries fuel from Texas to New York, ruptured last fall, dumping a quarter-million gallons of gas in rural Alabama. By the time the leak was detected during routine inspection, vapors from released gasoline were so strong they prevented pipeline repair for days. Show More Summary

Michael Ferro Steps Down as Chairman of Tronc Following Sale of LA Times

Michael Ferro, the largest shareholder of tronc, Inc., is stepping down as chairman of the publisher which includes the Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News, South Florida Sun-Sentinel and other newspapers. Justin Dearborn, CEO of tronc, Inc., has been named chairman of the board. Ferro's decision to step down follows the company's $500 million deal...

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