Earlier this year, the retired astronaut Scott Kelly posted a harmless tweet quoting Winston Churchill’s famous line, “In victory, magnanimity.” Left-wing Twitter went berserk, and Kelly felt obliged grovel.
We're far from the shallow now. Just ask Paddington. It wasn’t until June that the movie year really set sail. You see, that’s when the trailer for “A Star Is Born” overtook the internet. By then, the
Of all the places to discover a lost city, this pleasing little community seems an unlikely candidate. There are no vine-covered temples or impenetrable jungles here — just an old-fashioned downtown, drug
Born during the silent era and perfected by Alfred Hitchcock, the cat-and-mouse crime thriller is practically as old as cinema itself. It has also become a staple of television in the binge-viewing age,
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Fifty years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African Americans and Latinos continue to be routinely denied conventional mortgage loans at
Author Keisha N. Blain knows Donald Trump and Dylann Roof didn't come out of nowhere. Shock has emerged as the signature emotional response to the organized confusion of the Trump era. The president is
Archaeologists found thousands of hidden structures in the Guatemalan jungle — and it could re-write human history
• Archaeologists uncovered 60,000 previously unknown Mayan structures deep in the Guatemalanjungle using state-of-the-art laser technology.• The find could completely rewrite what we know about the Mayan
This week we were told that rats didn’t spread the plague, the Aztecs weren’t wiped out by smallpox and ‘whipping boys’ may never have actually existed. So what other ‘facts’ are historically suspect?
All Over the Map The largest known world map of its time—made of 60 individual sheets—can finally be seen as the mapmaker intended. This colorful and intricately detailed map from 1587 is more than nine