Rudy‘s tactics to cry election fraud have gotten even more absurd.
Every now and then a tiny glitch appears in the prose, like the third leg hiding in a heavily Photoshopped magazine cover.
It‘s not just the magic of sitting in a darkened theater that‘s been whisked away.
It feels like it is March again, but in many ways, it is Not March.
If he weren‘t a senator, Graham might be facing years in prison.
It‘s going to take more than a trial to reverse the damage caused by his administration.
If only the whole 21st century could have been built so sturdily.
‘It‘s the sort of nonsense thing that you can imagine retired colonels with enormous mustaches getting all uppity about.‘
Just don‘t call them ‘ugly.‘
What to do when a comfort object is also supposed to be dinner.
Happiest Season gives a tired genre a delightful queer makeover.
Who‘s gay, who‘s bi, and who‘s just an icon.
Mass loan forgiveness is a mediocre solution to a complex problem. Its time may have come anyway.
"A cash buy-in, winner-take-all betting pool for supervisors and managers..."
The only real limitation on law enforcement‘s use of facial recognition technology is fear of public outrage.
The two Wayne County Republicans have changed their minds-again.
A school civics lesson gone very, very awry.
I need to divorce him, but he‘ll take everything.
This holiday season, relax with one of these great diversions.
They‘re clever, thoughtfully designed, and most importantly, so much fun.
Legal reform? An investigation? A orange jumpsuit? A ‘truth and reconciliation‘ commission?
Especially if you want to reform law enforcement.
Open carry will always be dangerous, even if the desire is peaceful protection.
The most dumbfounding moments from Giuliani‘s first court argument in nearly three decades.