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We've all been there and felt the gut-wrenching pain. You bring that delicious lunch you've carefully prepared at home to the work office. You place it in the communal fridge, get on with your morning's
(Getty/Brendan Smialowski) Democrats could be baited while House Republicans would control the impeachment process Steven Rosenfeld March 26, 2018 11:00am (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet.
We're here for you during this difficult time. Any parent knows that there are a few phases of acceptance of TV shows such as “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Caillou,” “Peppa Pig” and “Dora the Explorer.”
"If this is my 15 minutes, I would like to leverage it to meet Adam Rippon." The police needed help and Jason Triplett wouldn’t let it go. The 37-year-old attorney was dressed as Elsa from “Frozen” at
By Shashi Tharoor Shashi Tharoor is author of “Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India.” He chairs the Indian Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee. “History,” Winston Churchill said, “will kind
How a farcical series of events in the 1880s produced an enduring and controversial legal precedent Somewhat unintuitively, American corporations today enjoy many of the same rights as American citizens.
By Erin Blakemore Between the 11th and 18th centuries, the Islamic world absorbed and interpreted lessons from classical Greece and Rome, leading to advances in science, medicine and philosophy — and expression
Abraham Lincoln (Wikimedia) Perhaps this President’s Day, Trump could spend the holiday reflecting Donald Nieman February 18, 2018 10:29pm (UTC) This article was originally published on The Conversation.
A full face reconstruction model made from the skull of a 10,000 year old man, known as 'Cheddar Man.' (Getty/Justin Tallis) Those in the trans-Atlantic right who want to imagine a pure, “white” European
In the mid-1930s, the Federal Writers’ Project interviewed thousands of former slaves, some of whom claimed the president came to their plantations disguised as a beggar or a peddler, telling them they’d
The path from ape to modern human is not a linear one. Hannah Devlin looks at what we know – and what might be next for our species Let’s go back to the beginning. When did we and our ape cousins part
Military parades say more about those who order and watch them than those who participate in them. It is a safe bet that by the time the Pentagon does actually get around to giving Donald Trump the parade
By Christina Barron Christina Barron Editor of KidsPost, a section of The Washington Post for ages 7 to 13 Email Bio Follow There’s no danger of people forgetting Abraham Lincoln. Some 15,000 books have
There’s plenty of evidence that the former Trump campaign adviser, for all his quirks, was on suspiciously good terms with Russia. On Friday, Washington was convulsed by a contentious four-page document:
By Alexandra Petri Alexandra Petri Columnist offering a lighter take on the news and opinions of the day Email Bio Follow Columnist Sebastian Gorka was right when he told Fox News that the Nunes memo be
President Trump doesn't drink, but you may want to. President Donald Trump is set to deliver his first State Of The Union address on Tuesday. Pair that with a drinking game, and there may be no better
A rare celestial event will grace the skies during the coming week when a blue moon and lunar eclipse combine with the moon being at its closest point to Earth, resulting in what is being called a “super
(Getty/Chip Somodevilla) The president is more “bad than mad,” according to the man who wrote the book on personality disorders Kali Holloway January 28, 2018 12:29am (UTC) This article originally appeared
Hmmm... Neil deGrasse Tyson is known for using his Twitter account to tackle everything from urgent scientific issues to pop culture. But on Sunday, he took to social media to wonder about bears ― and,
Historians have long looked to a few key criteria in evaluating the beginning of a president’s administration. First and foremost, any new president should execute public duties with a commanding civility
Rude? A black senator decrying racism to a Cabinet member who says she can't recall whether Trump called an entire continent a 's---hole'? Please. The legacy of Barack Obama is secure. It was never the
Hint: not by discussing IQ I’ve never met or interviewed Donald Trump, though like most of the world I feel amply exposed to his outlooks and styles of expression. So I can’t say whether, in person, he
"Existentialism grade 101." Things got surprisingly philosophical when a teacher in California posed a riddle for his first-grade students. Bret Turner said an “awed, somber, reflective hush fell over