By Peter Finn and Peter Finn National security editor Email Bio Follow Anne E. Kornblut The sputtering end of the Obama administration’s plans to prosecute Khalid Sheik Mohammed in federal court came day
Much has been written about the seeming influx of violent, disturbing threats made on the likes of Facebook and Twitter. Cases like the seemingly never ending threats made to Anita Sarkeesian and those
Hong Kong police reclaimed swaths of an area occupied by pro-democracy protesters on Monday morning after hours of intense clashes which led to scores of injuries and arrests. The clashes were perhaps
His fast-talking style and pop-cultural anecdotes have made him one of the biggest comedians in America, but now it’s time to tackle the big issues Overnight sensations rarely happen in stand-up comedy.
“I don’t know if people want me to get older,” Noel Fielding told a recent interviewer. This Peter Pan of comedy is our go-to talent for trippy, dippy surrealism, for childlike nonsense in Cuban heels
Female comedians have never been more popular. In October a Ticketmaster survey announced that sales for their shows had trebled since 2011. Five years ago female comedians made up only 2% of all comedy
Entrepreneur Elon Musk and his upstart company SpaceX are on the verge of upsetting a cozy and pricey military deal that for years has given two aerospace giants the exclusive right to launch the Air most
Right now there are three general types of life. There are probably more that we're completely missing. In high school biology, we are taught that there are three types of life: eukaryotes (that's us,