The “social web” was with us long before the rise of Facebook, Twitter and its kind and that the old style sharing is actually much more important than the new.
Emily DePrang looks back at “‘Baghdad Bob’ and His Ridiculous, True Predictions.”
The Army has ruled, correctly, that the victims of Major Nidal Hassan are not entitled to the Purple Heart.
Mal Moore, who was part of ten football championships at Alabama, has died at 73.
Election rules should be oriented towards increasing participation, not based on partisan calculations.
So what, exactly, is going on in North Korea? And how should we respond to Kim’s bluster?
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes uses a quota system to make sure his guests aren’t all white dudes.
Apparently, some significant number of people are starving themselves to “save calories” for getting drunk.
Susan Patton, president of Princeton’s Class of 1977, offers some retro advice to her successors: Find a husband while you’re still in school.
90 percent of Americans support background checks for gun purchases. They are unlikely to be enacted into law.
An American fighting with Syrian rebels faces life in prison for firing an RPG against a government we’re trying to oust.
Conveying military experience to civilian human resources departments is hard.
Bill McClellan calls for ending military funeral honors for most veterans.
The Defense Of Marriage Act didn’t fare very well during today’s Supreme Court oral arguments.
Targeting terrorist leadership may be counterproductive.
The economy has been steadily recovering from the Great Recession. But the jobs may never come back.
The man who played Captain Kirk is not amused by an IRS training video featuring his iconic character.
Today’s hearing on Proposition 8 left some wondering if the Court may end up punting the case away.