The American Bar Association backed away from the "libel bully" label out of fear of a lawsuit, The New York Times reported.
Just in time for the election, the New York attorney general has released a study showing that many crime guns originated from other states.
Chris Wiggins gave an excellent talk at Rice this afternoon on data science at the New York Times. In the Q&A afterward, someone asked how you would set up a machine learning algorithm where you’re trying to optimize for outcomes and for information. Here’s how I’ve approached this dilemma in the past. Information and outcomes are not […]
You can get your hands on the digital edition of Joe Hill's Horns for only 1.99$ here.Here's the blurb:Joe Hill's critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling, Bram Stoker Award-winning debut chiller, Heart-Shaped Box, heralded the arrival of new royalty onto the dark fantasy scene. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: Someone, somewhere had to compute the sheer number of objects of Trumpian scorn. It was The New York Times and it keeps computing.
The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT): 8:13 p.m. Hillary Clinton is attending a New York City fundraiser on Monday night ahead of her 69th birthday. The … Click to Continue »
Over the weekend, the New York Times published a full list of every insult Donald Trump has disgorged since this dumpster fire of an election cycle began. It’s a masterwork of research – people, places, things. And every insult is...Read more
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(Paul Mirengoff) Confident of victory in the presidential race, Democrats are now fretting about whether Hillary Clinton will have an “illegitimacy” problem when she assumes office. Charles Blow of the New York Times is the latest leftist to express this concern. Show More Summary
Privacy, a new off-Broadway play starring Daniel Radcliffe at the Public Theater in New York City, contemplates all the ways in which the digital revolution has destroyed privacy -- and it mourns for its loss. The provocative production...Show More Summary
Straight from the press release desk at TBS! TBS's late-night show CONAN will be heading back to New York City for the first time since 2011 for a week of shows airing Oct. 31 – Nov. 3. Joining host Conan O'Brienduring the week will be special guests Louis C.K., Ryan Reynolds and Tracy Morgan, along with comedian Rory […]
Paul Krugman, New York Times: The presidential campaign is entering its final weeks, and unless the polls are completely off, Donald Trump has very little chance of winning -- only 7 percent, according to the Times' Upshot model.... Everyone who endorsed Trump in the past owns him now; it's far too late to get a refund. Show More Summary
It takes up two full pages that could have been devoted to literally anything else
Michiko Kakutani did not actually name Donald Trump in her New York Times review of Volker Ullrich’s Hitler: Ascent, 1889-1939, but the review was hard to read as anything but a comparison. “Regardless of whether this review was intended as an article length Trump subtweet, that’s the reception...
It’s time for another big Microsoft event. The software giant is holding a software and possibly hardware event on October 26th in New York, where the company is expected to talk about the future of Windows 10 and a lot more. Unlike Apple or Google events, there haven’t been many leaks about what exactly Microsoft […]
Recode’s Peter Kafka reported today that the New York Times has agreed to pay $US30 million ($39.4 million) for The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, both of which were founded by Brian Lam, the former editor of Gizmodo. The paper laterShow More Summary
In a deal reportedly worth "more than $30 million," The New York Times announced today that it has purchased The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, consumer product review sites created by our friend Brian Lam. Congratulations, Brian and team! You built something amazing and we can't wait to see what you do next. (more…)
DraftKings and FanDuel are both pretty much broke according to a new report in the New York Times. The controversial daily fantasy sports juggernauts are close to reaching a settlement with New York state attorney general Eric T. Schneiderman that will see them pay somewhere between $8 million and $12 million complaints of false advertising. […]
Founder Brian Lam: "I can’t wait to show you what's next."
Annie Apple and Eli Apple at an event earlier this year (AP) In a brave, powerful and at times painful-to-read essay for SI.com, Annie Apple, the mother of New York Giants’ rookie Eli Apple, shared exactly why the tone-deaf comments of Giants co-owner John Mara last week hit such a nerve with her and many others. Show More Summary