The latest New York Times/CBS News Poll is based on telephone interviews conducted Jan. 7 through 10 with 1,276 adults throughout the United States. Of those, 1,094 said they were registered to vote.
A new book reports that the father of billionaires Charles and David Koch helped build a refinery approved by Adolf Hitler himself. …read more
The interview appears on Faris’s podcast Unqualified. …read more
“The desire to keep moving looms really large for Chris,” says a former friend. …read more
As his opponents launch increasingly sadder attacks on his boots, we’d like to resuscitate his image. …read more
Born to a wealthy family at the end of the twentieth century, the French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue began taking photos as a young boy, capturing with rare visual wit and style the recreations of his élite Parisian milieu. He remained an avid photographer and painter throughout his life, but …read more
Via: Lartigue in Color
If you want to believe, we have some good news. …read more
Let’s look at the text—and subtext—shall we? …read more
“I’m a skeptic of 3-D, but when I saw the paintings I knew I had to use it,” Werner Herzog told Judith Thurman in 2010, after the New York première of his documentary “Cave of Forgotten Dreams.” The film examines some of the world’s earliest known paintings, which cover …read more
American officials said that the military had lost contact with the boats in the Persian Gulf, and that Iran had promised to return the sailors soon.