I asked a senior German diplomat the other day what issues the United States and Germany are cooperating on. He looked blank. Not Iran, obviously. Not trade, evidently. Not climate change, blatantly. Russia,
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A Brief History of Everyone who Ever Lived by Adam Rutherford review – genes, race and rewriting the human story
This effervescent book contains the latest thinking on the African origins of Homo sapiens and asks what our genes can really tell us In trying to categorise a new arrival in the film Mean Girls one character
Due to sheer amount of office holiday parties, family meals, and last-minute homemade gifts for friends, chances are you've spent at least one chilly night indoors whipping up batch after batch of cookies.
If words like “humble” and “homey” come to mind when you think about beans, this primer will change your tune. Whether tumbled with citrus, roasted with sausage, or stewed with all that is bright and these
• Author: Jon Krakauer This extraordinary work of investigative journalism takes readers inside America’s isolated Mormon Fundamentalist communities, where some 40,000 people still practice polygamy. both
Editor's note: This is an excerpt from the latest episode of the Invisibilia podcast and program, which is broadcast on participating public radio stations. This story contains language that some may offensive.
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Republican elites who want him to go away don’t realize that he’s already taken over an empty party. The most basic problem for the Republican Party isn’t that Donald Trump is so strong, but that his are
“Talent is insignificant. I know a lot of talented ruins. Beyond talent lie all the usual words: discipline, love, luck, but most of all, endurance.” In 1989, Paris Review founding editor and trailblazing
Consider these facts, culled from writings here: You share no DNA with the vast majority of your ancestors. • You have more ancestors — hundreds a few generations back, thousands in just a millennium than
The prolific author on the unreality of romance, the fickle memory of Americans and how tweeting has got her into trouble When Joyce Carol Oates, the 77-year-old author of well over 100 books, told the
Best known for moving pictures of Vietnam, McCullin says photography has been hijacked by digital cameras and art world One of Britain’s most celebrated and respected photographers has lamented the digital