November 1, 2012
It makes everything better. You'll see.
A return to the politics of climate, just in time for Barack Obama.
Two in the front, and two in the back. There's a (sort of) logical reason for this.
Bloomberg cited climate change as a major reason for why he's voting for Barack Obama's reelection.
Outside Richmond, a protester began shouting, "What about climate? That's what caused this monster storm!" The heckler, holding a sign that said "END CLIMATE SILENCE," was escorted out — as the crowd booed.
Redistricting and a national election push a House Republican to the center. "The Illinois Democrat."
Campaigning today in Ohio, Ann says she told her husband after the his 2008 run that she was "never doing this again." Romney's response: "You say that after every pregnancy!"
In a powerful moment at an Ohio rally Thursday, Ann Romney told supports she constantly hears the voices of those who need help "echoing in my head and in my heart," she said. "The only thing I can tell them is that help is on the way."
This line doesn't look so good in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
They're blowing up users' Facebook feeds, but red flags abound. The FTC warns to be cautious of overnight charities. Updated.
So, at least, they said in the final days of 2008. So don't mistake bravado for actual knowledge this time.
Toronto: "We're like Cleveland with health care." BOOM. Roasted.
Democrat Shelly Adler, who is running against Republican Congressman Jon Runyan for New Jersey's 3rd Congressional District, ran a radio ad in the lead up to Hurricane Sandy equating the storm's potential destruction to her opponent. "She should be embarrassed," says the Runyan campaign.
Because abortion is "putting more violence on a woman's body." A new day, and Democrats point to another Republican making the case against abortion in the case of rape.
These Amazon orders aren't going to deliver themselves. To everyone out there working through this disaster, thank you.
An unexpected briefing. And thus, New Zealand completes its transformation from a country to a realm of Middle Earth.
One man's strange campaign has shocked Americans from Manhattan to Florida. Not, he says, racist.
Comes out swinging after a hurricane-caused truce. Obama back on the trail too.
What does it all mean!? Back in August, Lucas took Hamill and Fisher to lunch to talk about the new trilogy, according to Entertainment Weekly.
New research hints at a new kind of SEO: reverse-engineering Twitter from the inside.
And it would've worked too, if not for that meddling fence.
November is National Novel Writing Month ("NaNoWriMo"), a challenge to write a novel in 30 days. Twitter has suggested a few ideas for a first sentence. For the record, I'd read all of these.
Tech shuttle buses have taken over San Francisco's streets, creating a transportation caste system. I wanted to know what it was like inside. So I got on.
30 seconds of serenity.
Full-page ad running in today's Indianapolis Star addressed to Republican U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock.
Everything you need to know to get ahead in candy trading. Everything.
On Brooklyn's wrecked coastline.
Chuck Todd said what few reporters, and fewer pols, have acknowledged: "It's called climate change, folks." "When the surge of water comes straight at the media capital of our home planet, it may really make a difference," says Bill McKibben.
Support for Todd Akin. A source says the decision comes as Missouri polls tighten.
He backflipped off a cop car and over a cop! Can't tell if he's dressed as "Egon" or "Ray."
Rachel Weisz as the green-skinned baddy. The most evil witch in all of Oz has never looked so good.
Less chest-thumping, more math. “This is a very tight race that’s very far from being decided," says Newhouse.
Hurricane Sandy's most malicious tweeter, Shashank Tripathi, slammed by his old boss. "Shocked and disgusted," says the candidate.
Jenny Odell captures a truly unique bird's eye view by stitching together images of airplanes, pools and even nuclear cooling towers from Google Satellite View. The effect is both bizarre and alluring.
The horror, the absolute horror!
But wherever he goes, he is always Joe Biden.
Buzzfeed submits 13 pieces of interview evidence proving the Sandman creator is the best. We sat down to talk about the Halloween book-giving tradition, but we got distracted.