December 2, 1942, was the coldest day in Chicago in almost fifty years. That frigid afternoon, a crew of men and women—many of them hailing from countries an ocean away, where the Second World War raged—gathered
Here’s the real truth about America’s national security bureaucrats. Loren DeJonge Schulman is deputy director of studies and the Leon E. Panetta senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security.
Nobody has made quite the lasting impression on fashion imagery as Helmut Newton. Hired by French Vogue in the 1950s before being propelled to fame in the 1970s, Newton came to be renowned for his controversial
I love cold brew coffee. Its rich and delicious flavor, and low acidity, means it tastes great over ice. Traditional hot-brewed coffee methods simply can’t compare; when chilled and served on ice they
"When we tell you all this, we're not f**king with you." ABC's Jimmy Kimmel took a swing at former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on his late-night talk show Monday, criticizing the Republican for denying that
According to Experian's quarterly "State of the Automotive Finance Market," the average car payment for a new vehicle is an astounding $482 per month — stretched out for 67 months, or more than five years.
"I am not interested so much in the movement but in the moments before it starts and after it’s over." A dancer's body, when in motion, is a magnificent machine. Every limb, every arch, every glance conspires