Just about to sit down for a few uninterrupted hours with my favorite television event of the year: the Latin Grammys.
This image from the White House on Obama's immigration plan is not, as it claims, an infographic.
Fox's scoop last week on Obama's immigration action was pretty accurate.
O'Reilly says Obama is "perhaps the most secular president in history." cc Thomas Jefferson
Laura Ingraham is about to weigh in. I wonder how she viewed the speech.
To grasp the sheer weirdness of Ted Cruz's oration today, you should compare it to the original.
In case you missed my wedding ring, I am also wearing white socks with dark pants and dark shoes.
Can a guy who barely beat a scandalized Republican in a Dem wave year beat Hillary? No.
If you were wondering if the new Post/Kindle app would have great content, skip ahead to the 26-second mark in this video.
By far the best part about the new Post app, by the way, is that Brian Feldman works on it.
Yesterday I teased about a great-looking graphic. It's the last one here.
Laura June's terrific explorations of parenthood make me feel more comfortable with this eventuality than anything.
Read this story about gingkos shedding their leaves all at once on the train; emerged in the Village to see it had happened overnight.
I realized tonight that "Shake It Off" is just Taylor trying to steal attention from "Let It Go."
The most powerful words ever spoken in American politics:
We cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground.
The rhythm alone sets it apart.
A map of San Francisco's human feces reports over time.
Lovely city by the bay.
This is an amazing line: "I contacted Smith and told him it seemed unfair that Uber suffers for my lapse."
That's from a guy who spent a week furious at a movie theater for not letting him bring in juice.
I remember when Nixon's secretary called the Post and said it seemed unfair for him to suffer for her lapse.
I plotted out Bill Clinton's bucket list travel plans to Asia and Africa. (He can afford it.)
Front-page Times articles get picked up by other papers only slightly more than stories about dogs.
Telling quote from Sen. Whitehouse (a Dem): "We will have more tools in the minority than we had in the majority."
Uber's "Godview" to track users just got pulled. The HTML is here.
I was exploring it and found these interesting snippets: