A meticulous analysis of online activity during the 2016 campaign makes a powerful case that targeted cyberattacks by hackers and trolls were decisive.
The claim dates to the 1983-84 academic school year, when Kavanaugh was a freshman at Yale University.
In shows such as "The Leftovers" and "Fargo," she exudes a Midwestern pragmatism that has its own kind of mystery.
The genre has been disdained by the church and mocked by secular culture. That just reassured practitioners that they were rebels on a righteous path.
What does the press secretary believe in — other than defending the President's every word?
The allegation dates back to the early 1980s, when Kavanaugh was a high-school student. In the letter, the woman alleged that, during an encounter at a party, Kavanaugh held her down, and that he attempted to force himself on her.
Can tech entrepreneurs like Ankur Jain make money helping people with down payments and baby food?
The most famous entrepreneur of his generation is facing a public reckoning with the power of Big Tech.
Three hours after the publication of this story, CNN reported that Moonves will step down from his position at CBS.
Even in its thirteenth season, there is, it seems, more for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” to say—a group of reactionary, mean-spirited, lying degenerates seems perfectly suited to the moment.
Online Ceramics' tie-dyed T-shirts frequently sell out — which only makes them more attractive to style mavens seeking to distinguish themselves from their peers.
In the nineteen-seventies, Burt Reynolds drove cars, chewed gum and delivered an easy, roguish charm.
The free solo climber has ascended the granite face of El Capitan. Next up: a luxury apartment building.
The former mayor's theatrical, combative style of politics anticipated — and perfectly aligns with — the President’s.
In a New York town, grown men throw a child’s toy at ninety miles per hour.
Aiken, a children's-book author, treated her fanciful premises with deadpan seriousness, creating an atmosphere that's ironic and enchanted all at once.
What can hyperpolyglots teach the rest of us?
Since its beginning, Magic has spread to more than thirty million human operating systems. Today, those humans play with some combination of the game’s eighteen thousand unique cards, in eleven different languages.
A leftist journalist's bruising crusade against establishment Democrats — and their Russia obsession.
Pawson became known, especially, for his kitchens (smooth-walled, tight-seamed, with scant knobs), but he doesn't cook—or, at least, he didn't in 2001, the year he released "Living and Eating," which is, to my mind, one of the most wonderful cookbooks ever published.