Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s van was involved in a minor accident on Monday while pulling into the parking garage to attend a fundraising event for Sen. Bob Menendez (D., N.J.).
In a Tuesday tweet, former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave his best wishes to the University of Michigan Wolverines football team.
Plaintiffs who charge Harvard University with bias against Asians in its admissions practices will have their day in court Monday.
NBC News tweeted out a misleading video on Monday of actor and vocal Trump critic Alec Baldwin telling a group of Democrats they need to “overthrow the government” under President Donald Trump.
By his own telling, former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper entered politics almost accidentally. He joined the Reform Party of Canada as a side project while pursuing his masters in economics; the man who would go on to be Canada’s prime minister for more than nine years only stood for political office because his party simply was not fielding enough candidates.
David Peace grew up in Yorkshire. So he moved to Tokyo in 1991, age 27, because who wouldn’t? And once settled in Japan, he began to write the fiction that would make him successful. In English. Mostly about Yorkshire, because . . . well, because David Peace is one of the best and most peculiar writers in English today, and he apparently needs distance to allow himself to slip inside the minds—conscious and unconscious—of the people about whom he writes.
I embarked on a culinary mission: to sample 10 fried things at the Texas State Fair—as a service to our readers, of course.
I get the sense there are two things Damien Chazelle hoped to accomplish with First Man.
Steve Carell said in a new profile that his NBC comedy The Office would probably not “fly now” because of the “very high awareness of offensive things today.”