This morning, the wife of the Orlando shooter knew about the attack and could be charged, Clinton gets a 12-point lead over Trump in a new poll, Iran threatens to "set fire" to the nuclear deal if the US reneges, and more.
This morning, Michael Bloomberg says he won't run for president, a US air strike in Somali has killed 150 al Shabab fighters, Nike has withdrawn its sponsorship of Maria Sharapova after she failed a drug test, and more.
Who remembers Dogmageddon, the weekly round-up of news about organized religions ruining the world? I'm back! Except this time, instead of examining religion, I'm recapping the news a.k.a. a wide swath of terrible people doing terrible things for no reaso…
Many people have talked about stop-and-frisk and the NYPD's racial profiling, but we've heard little from those who have been unjustly stopped-and-frisked. We spoke to three innocent men who were stopped-and-frisked. These are their stories.
Nicholas Heyward is a haunted man. He is one of many New Yorkers who have lost loved ones to the police. The tragedy Heyward suffered has turned him into an activist. These days he spends much of his time calling for the Justice Department to review cases…
Have you noticed how lame graffiti in New York has become in 2013? Especially the one-liners you see more and more of, with their pseudophilosophy and visual impairment. Where exactly is the art? And what's the message?
A study says that 180,000 people die every year thanks to sugary drinks. Really? Like, if we could magically erase soda and energy drinks from the Earth, the 180,000 people who died of diabetes and heart disease would still be alive? That sounds right?
The really tragic events at Downton Abbey are not Lady Cora's miscarriage (brought about by the sinister, ever-machinating Miss O'Brien with a strategically placed bar of soap), or Bates's unjust conviction for killing his wife (who ate a poisoned pie to