He groaned at Valkyrie and despaired at Saving Private Ryan. The award-winning historian takes aim at the war films that make him furious – and reveals his own favourite For a long time now, my wife has
One airline ventured to blame its 2016 bankruptcy on its inability to hire enough pilots, and even at always-profitable and carefree Southwest Airlines, the challenge of recruiting millennial aviators
How Cambridge Analytica used your Facebook data to help the Donald Trump campaign in the 2016 election. This article was originally published January 28, 2017. Update: March 17, 2018: Facebook lawyer Grewal
These colourful images show the heights and density of buildings in different cities around England. Taken from a new interactive map produced by Emu Analytics, they are created using Environment Agency
The forensic technique is becoming ever more common—and ever less reliable. One evening in November of 2002, Carol Batie was sitting on her living-room couch in Houston, flipping through channels on the
How New York's gossip pages helped turn a lying real estate developer into a celebrity phenom. I have a confession to make, and please don’t shoot when you hear it: I helped make the myth of Donald Trump.
To understand how the $60bn company is taking over the world, you need to stop thinking about cars Every week in London, 30,000 people download Uber to their phones and order a car for the first time.
He’s a Sign of American Decline (Just Not in the Way You Think) Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com "Low-energy Jeb." "Little Marco." "Lyin’ Ted." "Crooked Hillary." Give Donald Trump credit. He has a memorable
By Michael Hudson Each week, In Theory takes on a big idea in the news and explores it from a range of perspectives. This week, we’re talking about financialization. Need a primer? Catch up here. Michael
On a central London street renowned for high-class healthcare sits a property that houses 2,159 companies. Why has this prestigious address been used so many times as a centre for elaborate international
What advertising does to TV. Ever since the finale of “Mad Men,” I’ve been meditating on its audacious last image. Don Draper, sitting cross-legged and purring “Ommmm,” is achieving inner peace at an retreat.