As the next Democratic debates approach, Joe Biden’s advisers are probably giving him a crash course on Spotify; Elizabeth Warren’s are likely polishing a zinger about being pregnant in the workplace.
People are flocking to free e-books and streaming movies at their public libraries, but in the age of digital media, it’s hard to own and lend a digital book. If you haven’t visited your local public lately,
Hillary Clinton is suddenly everywhere these days, except for where roughly 66 million Americans wish she were, which is the White House. She’s on “The View.” She’s on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
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Jeromy Brown, a 46-year-old teacher in Iowa, considers President Trump a white supremacist. "If the shoe fits, then say it, and the shoe fits him," Brown said, while waiting in a photo line at an Elizabeth
Photographer Claudio Piccoli makes otherwise ordinary pups look like superheroes. In his mesmerizing series called Dogs in Action, four-legged friends soar through the sky like Superman. They make the
I shake my head and smile every time Ryan Holiday sends me an advance copy of his latest book. Even though his skill as a writer makes me feel weighed, measured, and found wanting, I immediately put down
It's one of those poems people reach for in times when it feels like the sky is falling. It's also generally regarded as one of the great poems of the 20th century. "September 1, 1939," as its title signals,