By Eugene Robinson Eugene Robinson Columnist focusing on politics and culture Email Bio Follow Once in a great while, House Republicans get it right. So let me praise them for leading a bipartisan effort
If CGI and shoot-em-up's aren’t your bag, you probably dread summer at the movies. But this year, even a surfeit of brash and expensive blockbusters can't crowd out the slate of bold and surprisingly summer
Long-haul space missions are going to need a way to produce their own supplies. One day in the future, humans might jump ship from Earth and move to space. But with resupply missions from Earth proving
If you wanted to explain the dilemma of privacy versus security to a curious relative, the Protecting Cyber Networks Act would be a good place to start. The bill has just been passed by the House of representatives
Amy Keil's third marathon was almost an hour slower than her second, for good reason. Amy Keil has been a lifelong runner, completing several long distance relays with friends and finishing two marathons.
To most young fans, actor Robert Downey Jr is better known as the beloved superhero Iron Man. To seven-year-old fan Alex, he’s just Robert. Joining with the non-profit charity Limbitless Solutions as bionics
A Martian day is 40 minutes longer than a day on Earth—a seemingly small difference that adds up quickly. What would you do with an extra 40 minutes in a day? Not 40 minutes shaved off some regular daily
After serving almost two years in a federal prison in Pennsylvania, former CIA officer John Kiriakou, the first agency official to publicly confirm and detail the agency’s use of waterboarding, is back
Talk about a blast from the past! In 2010, furniture designer Nathan Chandler purchased an American home built in the mid 1950s. It was never occupied and the kitchen appliances were kept in mint condition.
Not all looks are created equal. On Sunday, we will inevitably be reminded that not all Oscars looks are created equal. This isn't to say that it won't be a parade of stunning numbers (duh), but if history
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Unlike the often long, arduous slog of making documentary films, with subjects sometimes followed for years, the bulk of Oscar contender “Citizenfour” came together in eight dramatic
More than 1,000 limousines will fill the streets of Los Angeles ahead of the Academy Awards. One limo manager shares his secrets. On Oscar night - this year 22 February - the usually car-clogged streets