From Facebook to TV networks, everyone wants to pick the numbers that are most convenient for them. It's our shared reality that pays the price.
Maggie Shea spent her childhood sailing Lake Michigan with her family on her grandfather’s boat. Stephanie Roble grew up sailing scows and dinghies on Lake Beulah, located about 30 miles southwest of Milwaukee.
This story was a collaboration of the Food & Environment Reporting Network and The American Prospect. What if all it took to make a dent in agriculture’s contribution to climate change was to pay farmers not to farm? That’s the theory behind the recent expansion of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), a decades-old initiative that [
Defensive midfielder on dealing with criticism, why she is enjoying Hege Riise’s management and the hotel ‘corridor club’ in Japan
Stefanie Dolson had five points and eight rebounds in the semifinals and finished with seven points and nine rebounds in the gold medal game. | Christian Petersen/Getty Images
While the face of skateboarding remains largely white, straight and male, queer skaters are finding a place for themselves within the community. Across the country, there’s a growing queer skateboarding subculture, with LGBT skate groups and events popping up in cities like Atlanta and Chicago.
Do low startup revenues compared to their valuations indicate that there are many houses of cards set to fall in time? The answer is maybe, but probably not. Let's discuss why the math can work.
With nowhere to go, Mary O’Neill started spending time in her backyard. On the opposite side of the fence, Benjamin did the same.
The psychological horror continues with the first full trailer for Syfy’s continuation of the “Chucky” saga as a TV series. Jake thinks he finds a steal with a retro Chucky doll, only to find that his new friend has a mind of its own and a thirst for blood. Jake’s awkward teenage years meet Chucky’s awkward murderous tendencies and based on this trailer alone -- maybe no one survives!
A meteorologist examines the atmospheric conditions in these classic images.
Ellis Coleman’s back aches constantly these days. This is what you do for an Olympic dream — even when that dream belongs to someone else.
Leave the filibuster rules in place. But carve out an exception for "major bills" — after amendments are fully debated.