Here's a succinct — well, uh, a more succinct — list of everyone involved and what they did and did not know.
A conversation about race and 2020.
It's hard to discern much difference between the unearned advantages that William Singer's clients enjoyed, and the ones that Harvard's legacy admissions do. But the problem is much broader than that.
It's an aggressive proposal, to say the least, and the first of its kind in the presidential race. Max Read and Brian Feldman, two of Intelligencer's technology writers, read through the proposal and detailed their reactions to some of its more interesting ideas.
The story starts with Walt Whitman's depictions of gay cruising in "Leaves of Grass," likely the first in American letters, and continues through to the queering of Sands Street between the World Wars and the demolition of landmarks of gay life during Robert Moses's construction of the BQE in the early '60s.
Socialism is AOC's calling card, Trump's latest rhetorical bludgeon and a new way to date in Brooklyn.
The issue at hand isn't whether Musk was right or wrong in any of his previous tweets or even if the tweets caused the markets to move; it's whether Musk and Tesla were upholding their agreement for Musk to obtain preapproval from Tesla's lawyers. Per the SEC and Tesla's own admission, he did not.
Amid all the engineering whiz-bang designed to battle climate change, this wood-frame body freckled with sensors and veined with five miles of cable stands out for its self-evident simplicity and radical potential.
Lime, the app-based scooter rental company, was suspended by officials in Auckland, New Zealand last week after a software glitch caused more than two dozen injuries.
The Airbus A380 is awesome and huge — the biggest passenger plane ever made, in fact. But less than 12 years after its entry into service, airlines feel they have enough of them. With orders having slowed to a trickle, Airbus has announced a wind down in production.
The nomination of Queens State Senator Mike Gianaris to a post with veto power spelled the beginning of the end for HQ2. His next target: New York's vast system of corporate tax breaks.
Hudson Yards is a billionaire's fantasy city, and you never have to leave — provided you can pay for it.
For the vast majority of Americans, robocalls and spam phone calls are a fact of daily life.
The "Big Iron" resurgence can be traced back to 2010, when it was included in the video game "Fallout: New Vegas."
After weeks of grim news out of the media industry, the Times' revenue numbers are a bright spot.
The business is as dirty as you'd think. But one man keeps coming up smelling like roses.
Believing in a comfortable future for our planet probably means some giant carbon-sucking machines.
The Poo Flip was uploaded to Twitter by user @P4u1_13 at 4:12 p.m. on January 28, 2019. It has more than 50,000 retweets and 133,000 likes.
"I got added to a BuzzFeed community Facebook page by BuzzFeed workers. They'd give us challenges. Like if it was near Christmas, they'd be like, 'Oh, it's a Christmas challenge make as many Christmas-related quizzes and post them in here and we'll promote them.'"
It is the Wednesday after the midterms, and comedian and longtime New York political stuntman Randy Credico is smoking an e-cigarette at the Friars Club bar, expounding on his theory that the president of the United States is addicted to crystal meth.