Is Vermont's new, far-from-the-border Border Patrol stop about stopping terror-- or just race-based "security theater"?
A $1 million study on the Internet has finally been turned in to Congress, seven years after they asked for it.
Is it just that these school shootings have become so commonplace that it isn't a big deal anymore?
Further proof that it is, indeed, a masterpiece.
Tastes like sex, it turns out.
Toxie, Mormon Porn Stars and Sleazy Nazis.
F for Fake (1976) -- which comes out as a Criterion DVD next month -- was one of the last films Welles finished, and it's a remarkable blend of fact and fiction, a very mid-1970s and early post-modern rumination on the relationship between reality and illusion.
How did Bill Clinton’s hummer overshadow the murder of 29 people?
All in all, the show is a delight, and the perfect follow up to a smash like Cowboy Bebop.
A new look at an old concept
I waited with bated breath for this book. Now that it's arrived, I can't think what I ever did without it.
One small step for robots, one giant leap for patients. Poor bedside manner? Change the batteries or hit refresh.
One small step for robots, one giant leap for healthcare. Poor bedside manner? Change the batteries or hit refresh.
"I had to tell my story as a warning to the living, and as a moral judgment for the greater good."
Only in merry old England could a book about punctuation become a " runaway best seller" and be fun.
So why is the music scene in Winnipeg hot? How have artists connected to Manitoba, Canada sold more than 100 million records world-wide?
To every hip-hop artist in America who make records about killing each other these kids just flipped it on you
When we first met Lucas (The Wizard, 1989) on the big screen, we all hated him. He was smug, pretentious and his hair was too perfect.
flawed windows securtiy patch, fuel alternative vehicles, DVD rental wars, Suge Knight parts with some serious cash
Is there a 'next big thing' anymore?
Burning in the Sun won't rock your world, but it will help you find your solitude to deal with the ups and downs of relationships. It's that CD you play over and over again to help you get through the rough times.
Statistical analysis, bread eaters and you.
Do you want the last thing you see to be the ghoulish visage of Jesse Jackson hovering over you?
Make God laugh, Mitch.
Comedic pioneer Mitch Hedberg passes away at age 37.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 31, 2005
Then there's Jesse Jackson, who is surely not just looking for another martyr into who's blood he can dip his figurative shirt.
Last year, I was fortunate enough to be asked by a history professor, from whom I have taken three semesters...
It's a bumpy ride, but an addictive one.