Topic: Slate Magazine
DVRs and online providers like Hulu and Netflix are making marathon TV-watching easier than ever.
A newspaper published names and addresses of thousands of legal handgun owners, generating widespread criticism. In retaliation, a blogger mapped the names and addresses of the journalists.
Today's must reads include an interview with a mercenary in Timbuktu; Qaddafi's control of water pipelines; and how a US government policy to arm Mexican gangs may have backfired.
09/01/2011 08:30 am
Spitzer lawsuit: The two executives, William Gilman and Edward McNenney, worked for Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc., and were the target of a prosecution by Spitzer when he was attorney general of New York.
08/23/2011 04:56 pm
Yesterday a new lead was announced in the infamous D.B Cooper case, a week before a new book about the Cooper case is scheduled for release. Coincidence?
08/02/2011 03:05 pm
How much government growth is too much government growth?
02/25/2010 09:23 am
Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, penned a parable about a country that looks very much like the US. Its title? "Basically, it's over."
02/24/2010 09:31 am
A predominately white segment of America sees the incident as further evidence that the country is becoming a post-racial society. Many blacks disagree.
07/29/2009 01:00 am
Write an inaugural speech for Obama, learn where the real dragons live, listen to Bonnaroo in the dead of winter, and more.
01/09/2009 12:00 am
Tuesday, after invoking Kosovo to recognize two separatist republics, Russia changed its tack.
08/28/2008 01:00 am