The cruise to hell and back, the Hagel filibuster, Cory Booker’s path to the Senate, why is Wikipedia being used by people who could you to prison, and the political price of opposing same-sex marriage.
Archives for February 14, 2013
People in 205 countries today are taking up the idea of walking out of work or school to dance, raising awareness of the fact that one in three women worldwide will be raped or beaten in her lifetime.
A Minnesota man heads for the NBA All Star weekend, and brings his game with him.
It’s certainly unusual that the CEO’s blog is able to provide such a scathing rebuttal to the review. It’s even more unusual to have a journalism ethics debate break out in the usually dull auto section.
Here’s my theory: The bigger public spectacle you make of your wedding proposal, the shorter your marriage.
Love stories, a tribute to a musician, hockey politics in Farmington, the people who stop to help, and finger guns.