Elementary’s third season began with missing time: for much of the season, we had little idea what Sherlock had been going through in London before his return to New York, a mystery that paid off in the conclusion of Kitty’s arc at the season’s midpoint. Show More Summary
The full-on free-agency frenzy begins next Tuesday, March 10, so it's time for one last primer on how the New York Giants plan to right their salary-cap situation and conquer the NFL's open market in 2015. On Monday, March 2, the NFLPA...Show More Summary
(March 6, 2015 12:06 AM, by Bryan Caplan) My debate partner, Vivek Wadhwa, has made feminists so angry that he's decided to stop talking about sexism in the tech industry. The New York Times on the conflict:Women in tech criticized Mr. Wadhwa for clumsily articulating their cause. They... (0 COMMENTS)
From the March 5 edition of MSNBC's The Ed Show: Previously: The Clintons And Another Media Guttural Roar David Brock Calls On The New York Times To Issue "Prominent Correction" To Sloppy Clinton Email Reporting The New York Times' Deceptive Suggestion That Hillary Clinton May Have Violated Federal Records Law Media's Double Standard On Transparency For Hillary Clinton
Author Jamie McGuire first hit the New York Times bestseller lists as a self-published author with her breakout, new adult romance novel, Beautiful Disaster. Traditional publishers came knocking with a two-book deal she couldn't refuse. In July 2012, she sold the book's rights to Atria, a division of Simon & Schuster. Show More Summary
When Zillow told New York City-based brokerage CORE in December that the price of “featuring” its listings on the portal in 2015 would be four times what it paid in 2014, the company decided to cancel its ad spend. Instead...
The New York Times is holding Jeb Bush to a lower standard over his selective release of emails from his time as governor of Florida, taking Bush's word for it that enough emails have been "made public" despite reports that Bush hand-picked the emails he would release. Show More Summary
Willie Soon has gained a global spotlight from many recent news articles (New York Times, Boston Globe, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, etc). This was lit by documents obtained from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA),Show More Summary
A few years before Gone Girl became a New York Times best-seller and a cultural phenomenon, author Gillian Flynn published Dark Places. While that similarly dark and mysterious novel may have been overshadowed by its followup, it landed...Show More Summary
Many colleagues in the fields of creative arts therapies were sad to read Oliver Sacks’ recent and poignant essay in the Op-Ed section of The New York Times about the return of his cancer and his thoughts about death. And here's why his body of work continues to impact the fields of art therapy, music therapy, and other expressive therapies.
Writing in the New York Times, columnist Linda Greenhouse is dismayed that most of the obituaries for pro-life pioneer Dr. Jack Willke featured his controversial views about rape and ovulation. Surprisingly, she acknowledges that he deserves a better send off. Show More Summary
Google officially jumped into the insurance business today with the launch of its car insurance comparison website in the United States. The New York Times Bits Blog reports that Google introduced its car insurance shopping site Google...Show More Summary
The chief justice said almost nothing. – Supreme Court Appears Sharply Split in Case on Health Law, Adam Liptak, New York Times Okay, so how well did my predictions from three days ago hold up at the argument today in King v. Burwell? Well, I got the outcome right, but not the mechanism by which it […]
Her name is Mary Cain, she's 18, and she might someday be the best female runner in American history. A profile in the New York Times Magazine charts Cain's path from high school phenom—if a middle-distance record exists in that age group, she's probably broken it—to her decision...
Mel Kiper Jr.'s third mock draft of the offseason is out, and once again he has an offensive lineman going to the New York Giants at No. 9. But this time it's Stanford's Andrus Peat instead of Iowa's Brandon Scherff, and I'm intrigued...Show More Summary
The New York Times notes the paradox of Jeb Bush’s early campaign: “He is well out in front in the race for elite Republican donors and for the support of the party’s establishment. But he is unpopular with many in [...] The post Bush Confronts ‘Family Fatigue’ in Iowa appeared first on Political Wire.
The reports I discussed yesterday regarding Hillary Clinton using private email as Secretary of State are leading some, such as Frank Rich, to wonder if Democrats need a backup plan for 2016. A follow up story in The New York Times reports how Clinton used her private email to thwart requests for information, including requests [...]Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton reportedly will not be taking any questions at an event honoring excellence in journalism. Organizers of the March 23 Toner Prize Celebration, which is named after the late New York Times reporter Robin Toner, told the Center for Public Integrity the event would be open to reporters. Show More Summary
Guest Post by Professor Amelia Smith Rinehart (University of Utah) Recently, the Federal Circuit held that the New York Times and others infringed patents claiming methods and systems for delivering content to smartphones. In a related Patently-O essay, Professor Sam Ernst states that the Federal Circuit’s opinion in Helferich is “directly contrary to Supreme Court […]
TMZ had not one but two chances to get Hillary Clinton on the record about her recent email controversy. The gossip site managed to botch both opportunities in truly spectacular fashion. First, after The New York Times released it'sShow More Summary