Under the guidance of the Strokes' lead singer, Mexico City band Rey Pila sounds like all sorts of energy. Rey Pila, a band from Mexico City handpicked by the Strokes' Julian Casablancas for his label,
It is hard to believe that the roster of 10 men could land such a despicable debate. It is a shame for them, and a shame for their party. I congratulate the moderators on having found enough substance
This post has been updated to note that Perry has entered the 2016 presidential race. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry released a video Thursday morning strongly suggesting that he's running again for president.
Putting gender and race stereotypes to bed Your brain does a lot when you are asleep. It’s when you consolidate memories and integrate the things you’ve learned during the day into your existing knowledge
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who set off homemade bombs at the Boston Marathon and embarked on a week-long police chase with his brother Tamerlan in April 2013, was sentenced to death on Friday. The seven-woman,
Rather than going the responsible “tax and spend” route, Reagan decided to “borrow and spend.” Reagan achieved this with the help of Alan Greenspan, who he appointed as the Chairman of the National Commission
'Game of Thrones' hair stylist Kevin Alexander told us how to style long, curly hair. Even with dragons and ice zombies, one of the craziest, most magical things about Game of Thrones is Jon Snow's hair.
During an interview with Variety before headlining the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, “Saturday Night Live’”s Cecily Strong made a bold proclamation about President Barack Obama: “He’s known as an
“A corrupt, unresponsive and plutocratic disaster”: How Mitch McConnell and the GOP remade Washington in their image
Ted Cruz, Mitch McConnell (Reuters/Brian Snyder/James Lawler Duggan/Photo montage by Salon) Now that the GOP’s in control, Mitch McConnell is letting some things pass — and taking all the credit April
The Republican Party’s imperial rebirth: How Dick Cheney’s twisted worldview became the guiding light of the GOP |
I didn’t write about this a whole lot in my own book on the 2014 midterms, but did discuss it: towards the end of that cycle Republican Senate candidates—led by Scott Brown, who ran a surprisingly strong