And so does everyone else
A conversation with New York, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair contributing editor Vanessa Grigoriadis about how she consumes information.
Tucson reflections from the Weather Underground, warnings from Chinese classrooms, and glimpses of the past--from telescopes
Steve Benen is unconvinced by Steele's response--which, though snobby, confuses Tolstoy with Dickens
The euro survives, WikiLeaks not so much, and China will do very nicely
Partying, kissing, drinking, shooting; rioting, singing, driving, looting
The dogs that help us, the years that mark us, the terms we make, the songs we sing, and the way we live
A discussion of this New Year's Eve tradition
Fox's Megyn Kelly lists the things Michael Vick did to dogs--no excuses, she says, for Obama's support for the quarterback
You may be dreaming of hot buttered rum, says Daniel Arizona, but you probably can't name three characters in A Tale of Two Cities
Janet Napolitano addresses concerns in an interview
Let's turn to the Brits to understand this holiday tradition
National Review's The Corner allows a writer to vent his frustrations with commercialized Christmas--and that pesky Tchaikovsky
And why mainstream doesn't have to mean commercial
The Telegraph's Iain Hollingshead picks apart Google's annual list
Examining the process by which longterm unemployment decreases a person's ability to find a job
You may not have money, but at least you have taste
Neither have ever hosted before. Shock waves throughout soccer land.
We'll find out today, along with the 2018 host
The FDA gets recall power, small farmers and foodies get a pass, and baby bottles stay possibly poisoned
It passed in what, in today's climate, looks a bit like a landslide--but it might not actually become law
Object to being serenaded by a starting pistol, bongos, and narrator? Not for long...
A New York Review of Books piece brings him back into the national debate
Jim Geraghty manages to get them all into a single newsletter
Conservatives pleased but unimpressed, liberals skeptical
You'd better believe the Internet's loving this one
Will the lagging economy help or hinder Democratic and Republican chances?
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