Actually, it’s been going on for years.
What we’re doing about an episode of plagiarism.
Nothing doing here. Except in the fever swamps.
New words for a new political era.
The latest leaked recording to rock European politics.
Jewish Republicanism never amounted to much. But can anyone hold the Koch and Adelson wings of the party together now?
UKIP supporters at the Newark by-election explain why they back the upstart party, in their own words. Libertarianism, free education, anti-immigration, quite a lot of things.
Aide asks other top state officials to refuse Working Families endorsement.
Warren, de Blasio, and Ed Miliband? An anti-immigration protest vote is “not about prejudice,” he says.
A promise to “bring peace.”
Home to masked militants, a growing number of captives, and a makeshift medical clinic, the separatist headquarters in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk is braced for war. Not far beneath the surface, one already seems to be raging.
Craig Robinson lost more than he won. UPDATE: Now with updates from OSU athletic director’s press conference.
Matt Daniels compared Shakespeare’s vocabulary across his works — estimated to be 28,829 words — to some of the most famous artists in hip-hop. One stunning chart is below; his complete analysis is here.
“A badge of honor,” says Leibovich.
Tom Lehrer is considered one of the most influential figures in comedy — despite a body of work consisting of just 37 pitch-black songs and a career that stopped abruptly when the counterculture he helped spawn eclipsed him. You can ask him why he quit, but good luck getting an answer.