In her testimony at yesterday's impeachment hearings, former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch described the smear campaign against her by Trump and his allies.
Trump attacked Yovanovitch on Twitter during her testimony, amounting to what Schiff called "witness intimidation in real time" and what Fox News's Bret Baier said was "adding an article of impeachment."
Found guilty yesterday of witness tampering and making false statements, Roger Stone is the sixth Trump associate to be convicted of charges stemming from the Mueller investigation.
This week, more people watched the first day of the impeachment hearings than the CMA Awards. And also, people don't watch TV much anymore.
Social media is being weaponized for the impeachment hearings—and Facebook is only too happy to rake in the ad dollars.
Trump has pardoned two service members accused of war crimes and restored the rank of a third acquitted of murder—ignoring the Pentagon's protests.
The Pentagon's chief spokesman: "US allies and partners rely on the integrity of the military justice system to hold troops accountable for wrongdoing."
"In some cases, US exports will never recover." The effects of Trump's trade war are setting in.
Armed with consultants, privileged New Yorkers have an inside track to secure spots at the top public schools—while other families are left in the cold.
"Nobody here has realized that the temperature has already increased by two degrees." How climate change is affecting the Alps.
SETI researchers worry exploration of the far side of the moon could create noise that obscures extraterrestrial signals.
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The Washington Post's TikTok is bucking the trend of presidential candidates' reluctance to jump on social media trends.
"[The] Hartford Dark Blues placed a man in a small shack on a telegraph pole beyond the outfield wall to alert their batters to when that newfangled curveball was coming." A brief history of stealing signs in baseball.
Streaming overload means torrenting is again on the rise, and The Mandalorian is already one of the most popular to pirate.
The Patent and Trademark Office wants public opinion on whether AI output created without human involvement is copyrightable.
Among jobs that no longer exist: knocker-ups, human alarm clocks who'd wake you by making noise at your window at the time of your request.
"I discovered there was a penis museum in Iceland but no vagina equivalent anywhere else so I decided to make one."
America's largest skate park: "It's entirely possible to fixate on one perfect corner before ever thinking to explore the rest."
Listen: Slowdive have recorded a new version of their glorious Syd Barrett cover, "Golden Hair."
A chart of who sang lead on each of the Beach Boys' studio albums.
“She wrote hundreds of songs that summer.” Ten years ago, Mary Steenbergen woke up from surgery with a songwriting ability she didn’t previously possess.
Fantastic collage work in João Pombeiro's music video for Surma's "Wanna Be Basquiat."