Unsolicited phone calls and messages can become a regular annoyance and even a cause of stress for many smartphone users these days. Thankfully, Apple provides features in iOS 11 that allow you to block
4 servings Who isn’t looking for a quick-to-make, easy-to-love dinner for busy weeknights? This roast chicken recipe will become one of your MVPs. February 2018Print Ingredients ¾ cup panko (Japanese read
By Alex Delany Brown. Red. Black. French. With so many types of lentils to choose from, you need to know what each one is good for. You want to make lentil soup. You open up your cabinet. You pull out
Apple’s quick fix for a major security flaw in macOS High Sierra has resulted in another issue for some users. The update introduces yet another bug that breaks file sharing, but Apple has published instructions
During a May 10 meeting in the Oval Office, the president betrayed his intelligence community by leaking the content of a classified, and highly sensitive, Israeli intelligence operation to two high-ranking
New Yorker writer Dexter Filkins says Sec. of State Rex Tillerson is a diplomat in an administration that doesn't value diplomacy: "Rex is a sober, steady guy, and the president is anything but that."
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Her show permits liberals to enjoy themselves during what may be the most unenjoyable time of their political lives. In Rachel Maddow’s office at the MSNBC studios, there is a rack on which hang about
She’s a West Wing-beat colossus and a sui generis creature at the paper of record. “Maggie’s success is very much part of that tabloid, Twitter-fied sensibility bleeding into the Times,” says a colleague.
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A data breach exposed the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers, including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates and addresses, the credit bureau Equifax disclosed Thursday. The breach,
On the ground in Pyongyang: Could Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump goad each other into a devastating confrontation? 1. The Madman Theory The United States has no diplomatic relations with North Korea, so
Zipping files is easy on the Mac. You just right-click on one or more selected files in the Finder, then click Create Archive. The files get turned into an easy-to-handle .zip file. On iOS, it’s a bit
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College professors dole out an incredible amount of required reading to their students. But what if they could only choose one book? When asked, professors at America's most prestigious colleges — those
Keep hackers at bay With high-profile data hacks regularly hitting the headlines, you might be wondering what you can do to keep your own data safe. The answer, as it turns out, is quite a lot. We've covered
By Alyse Whitney Two ingredients will make them look (almost) as good as new. No matter how hard you scrub, there are some stains that just won't come out with soap and water. Case in point: the eternally-dirty
Take it from these CEOs, founders, and other high-achieving leaders. Whether you turn pages, tap a tablet, or listen to audio, a good book can be a perfect relaxation aid, tutor, or source of inspiration.
Ann Morgan spent a year reading a book from every country in the world – 196 in total. Here she picks 10 favourites that vividly evoke the regions they describe • If you’ve read a book with a powerful
Get started, get organized, get rid of jerks, and much, much more. From its not so humble beginnings as a non-prank released on April Fool’s Day in 2004 to its billion-plus users today, Google’s illustrious
T_he following is an excerpt from an e-mail correspondence, which took place last year, between the Italian novelists Elena Ferrante and Nicola Lagioia, whose English-language début, “Ferocity,” will published