Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer to President Donald Trump, was sentenced to three years in federal prison on charges including tax fraud, lying to FBI investigators and campaign finance violations.
The nation mourned for the passing of former President George H.W. Bush, who died at the age of 94. Thousands of Americans paid respects at the Capitol, where he lay in state, followed by a funeral attended
Here at Flipboard, we’re as crazy about technology as we are about our community. So as we reflect on the moments that shaped 2018 for Year in Review, we thought we’d take a closer look at tech. While
We, the editors at Flipboard, spent the last few weeks looking back on 2018. It was a year of storylines that rocked our beliefs, people and leaders that challenged us, innovations that amazed us, moments
It was a rainy Monday night. I’d just survived the flight from hell: seven hours, non-stop turbulence and a vomiting stranger next to me. Plus, I had to wake up at 6AM the next day. Tired and irritated,
The leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico signed a trade pact meant to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Dubbed the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, the trilateral agreement
President Donald Trump declared his and the United States’ commitment to continued economic and political ties with Saudi Arabia and its ruling family, despite allegations of the royal family’s direct
Here is it, friends: Flipboard’s annual guide to the holidays with everything you need to make this whole season—from Thanksgiving all the way through the New Year—a breezy delight. (If only we could the
Thousands of people spent the week fleeing for their lives, sleeping in cars and shelters, and searching for their loved ones — all the result of still growing wildfires that have destroyed entire towns
As you already know, our North Star at Flipboard is to inform and inspire the entire world. It takes a village, and that’s why we’re psyched to be an official supporter of Unsplash Awards 2018, a month-long
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After months of campaigning and “get-out-the-vote” efforts, the midterm elections came and went this week, but not before resulting in historic voter turnout and a shift in the balance of power in Congress
Much of the week was dominated by the country reeling after a gunman entered a Pittsburgh synagogue last weekend and killed 11 congregants during morning services while shouting anti-Semitic rhetoric.
We at Flipboard are on a mission to inform and inspire the world. This election season, our editorial team is dedicated to curating perspectives and insights that motivate readers to vote and become civically
According to our data, readership of U.S. political content grew by 126 percent from January to September—an indication that people are engaged and paying close attention to the issues ahead of the U.S.
We’re always looking for curation that captures moments and shares perspectives about events and ideas that are shaping the world. This year, we’ve seen unprecedented civic youth engagement around the
A South Florida man named Cesar Sayoc, Jr., was arrested for allegedly mailing at least a dozen pipe bombs to prominent Democrats, military officials, and cable TV network CNN. Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo traveled to Saudi Arabia and Turkey to visit with their respective leaders regarding the disappearance of U.S.-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Turkish officials Khashoggi
Ottessa Moshfegh. DJ Koze. BlacKKKlansmen. The Mister Rogers documentary. Florence. Disgraceland. Cherry. Wild Wild Country. The Dirtybird Campout. Eighth Grade. My year in pop culture isn’t over yet,
Hurricane Michael devastated communities in the Florida Panhandle and Georgia before weakening to a tropical storm and flooding already hard-hit residents of the Carolinas who are still recovering from
The U.S. Senate voted 51-49 to end debate and move Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to a full vote, which could be held as early as Saturday. This development came 24 hours after the FBI completed its
Midterm elections are a reaction to the current occupant of the White House, influenced greatly by current events and predictive of the political tide. It’s usually the president’s party that takes a setting