Just over a week ago, on Friday December 7, the Special Counsel’s Office headed by Robert Mueller for the first time outlined in a court filing the grand narrative of the Russia Probe. The court filing
The humanities subjects do not benefit from the research excellence framework. They need a better system The government’s research excellence framework (Ref) is perhaps the ultimate in bureaucratic exercises.
"I just felt shattered. I had a job, a wife, and two beautiful children, and yet I felt that I would never experience joy again.” Last November, on the Monday before Thanksgiving, David* was sitting in
Young black women are leaving Christianity and embracing African witchcraft in digital covens. “We may not be Christian here, but we still pray,” said a woman dressed entirely in white as she addressed
After learning her ancestral ties to witch persecution, photographer Frances F. Denny decided to shoot a series that reframes the narrative around the occult. When visual artist Frances F. Denny began
Potatoes deserve more than to just be a boring side dish. They've got serious star power, and these Cajun-spiced baby potatoes—first boiled until creamy, then crisped in a skillet, and finally topped a