O Canada, our home and native land…
You know, it’s a very short step from buying an island to hiring henchmen and building a doomsday device. I’m just saying.
The Cookie Monster debate gets settled once and for all.
Why do email scammers claim to be from Nigeria and not somewhere else?
Want to make sure you’re not giving money to the Koch brothers? There will be an app for that.
Twenty-five accomplished women whose accomplishments you should know.
Bush v. Gore is the only precedent that matters these days.
Being acquired by AOL was the kiss of death for WinAMP.
RIP, Lonesome George. The world is a lesser place without you.
Hang in there, Georgia Democrats. We here in Texas understand.
Yes, voter ID is all about voter suppression. They know it and we know it. If only it got reported as such.
Of course, voting is just a privilege, like a driver’s license. Which means it can be taken away from you at any time, for any reason.
Who knew the Loch Ness Monster was proof of creationism? They sure are smart in Louisiana.
When you have to reach back to precedents involving laws used to harass freed slaves, you’re probably on the wrong side of the argument.
The Republicans sure are focused like a laser beam on jobs and the economy, aren’t they?
“Are Paperweights Making Our Papers Fly Away?” and other counterintuitive cover stories in The Atlantic magazine.
Generational warfare is as big a problem as class warfare.
A new mineral from outer space.
Richard Posner calls out Antonin Scalia.
It’s reasonable to ask the question “what should a ballplayer do when he is the beneficiary of a truly wretched call?”, but honestly the only answer is “accept your good fortune and move on”. The rest of us can add it to the call for expanding instant replay reviews.
A new victim of serial killers Dean Corll and Elmer Wayne Henley is found.
LULAC hops on board the marriage equality train.