If, as most suspect, Rex Ryan is fired at the end of this season, his legacy will include two AFC Championship Games, a substantial amount of lost weight and a signature defensive style that electrified New York when times were good...
Earlier this week, New York Times technology columnist Farhad Manjoo wrote a column about an app called "Luxe" that helps people park their cars. The way it works is simple: You punch your driving destination in to Luxe. It estimates when you're going to arrive. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) The New York Times has a longish story today about an internal fight going on at the Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley, CA, where Unitarian Universalists apparently go for advanced theological instruction. Show More Summary
Willow Smith looks pensive while running some errands around town on Wednesday (November 19) in Los Angeles. The 14-year-old singer recently opened up about her first hit song in a revealing interview with The New York Times. “I mean, ‘Whip My Hair’ was a great thing. When I look back I think, ‘Wow, I did [...]
The New York Jets are going to Detroit to play the Buffalo Bills, prompting us to go to the record books to determine the last time the Jets played at a neutral site. Actually, the Elias Sports Bureau did the work, and here's what it found: There have been only two true neutral-site games in franchise history. Show More Summary
Very impressive. At this week’s “Conversation Series” hosted by the New York Daily News Innovation Lab, time.com managing editor Edward Felsenthal reminded the audience about a second layer of precociousness framing the magazine’s current cover story. Show More Summary
Responding to the Nov. 20 ruling buy the US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously affirming Albert Woodfox’s third overturned conviction, the New York Times has written a scathing editorial condemning the treatment of Albert Woodfox by the state of Louisiana. In response to the Fifth Circuit ruling, Amnesty International and Amnesty USA have each [...]
U.S. President Barack Obama has signed a secret order authorizing a broader military mission in Afghanistan in 2015 than originally planned, the New York Times reported on Saturday. The decision ensures a direct role for American troops in fighting in Afghanistan for at least another year, it said,...
The US still plans to wind down its mission in Afghanistan by the end of 2016, but the troops who remain in the country until then are going to be doing more fighting than previously planned, reports the New York Times. President Obama has quietly approved a broader mission with...
There are times when you just need a little privacy on the fly, no matter where you are. One designer, Eden Lew, at the New York City School for Visual Arts, has come up with a solution that she calls the Nutshell. It is a hood in which you can cloak yourself for a little immediate privacy in the middle of your day. Yep. That's privacy in a nutshell.
Yesterday The New York Times posted a story about beer garden play dates and I nudged All About Beer magazine editor John Holl on Twitter because he once wrote a story for that magazine (before he was editor) about beer gardens and of course mentioned the family friendly aspect. Later in the conversation that followed […]
NEW YORK — Battling freezing temperatures, paisanos walked the streets of New York City on Nov. 20, 2014 to demand –yet again– answers about the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala, Guerrero on September 26. This time the march kicked off at the Mexican … Continue reading ?
WHO among you is surprised at the fact that when a NY Times reporter publicly challenged Al Shaprton after her paper ran the story about his unpaid taxes he TURNED THE TABLES and dropped the names "Obama and De Blasio" as the REAL motivation...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Jason Horowits writes political features and profiles for the New York Times. Yesterday the Times published Horowitz’s feature/profile on Harry Reid chief of staff David Krone. I don’t think Horowitz’s report rises to...Show More Summary
It’s simply shocking that the New York Times Editorial Board would be so enthused, like school girls going to their first One Direction concert, over Obama’s executive action for illegal
New York Times says Obama has given hushed green light for Pentagon to continue Afghanistan mission for at least a year.
Yves here. Readers may recall that we criticized the New York Times' reporting on an important story on a criminal investigation underway involving both Goldman and New York Fed employees. A Goldman employee who had worked at the New...Show More Summary
Some people at the New York Times apparently feels so strongly about pushing the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Pact (TTIP) that it is prepared to abandon the longstanding separation between the news and editorial pages. A newsShow More Summary
In hardcover:Anne Rice's Prince Lestat maintains its position at number 3.Patrick Rothfuss' The Slow Regard of Silent Things is down three spots, finishing the week at number 5. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.William...Show More Summary
On Thursday, New York Times best-selling author, Andy Borowitz, wrote: In a sharp Republican rebuke to President Obama’s proposed actions on immigration, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell accused the President…of “flagrantly treating...Show More Summary