But is that really a good idea? The New York Times' David Brooks says no, not because he cares if some people smoke, but because he says a healthy society cannot be built on the backs of dopers.
Jim’s Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club — Volume LIX
Strap on your seat belt. You’ll need it because the latest recommendation from this pseudo-intellectual will take you to the flak-filled skies above Nazi Germany, where survival is a such a long shot that it can depend on a little professional courtesy from a German fighter pilot.
A budding superstar who's been charged with murder, NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez
lived a double life. A profile from Rolling Stone explain.
The reason that truly compelling personal stories are few and far between is because they border on the incomprehensible — seemingly more fiction than fact.
Louis Zamperini’s story was, unfortunately, all fact — triumph and then tragedy, despair and ... well, you’ve got to read it to believe it.
Is there a doctor in the house? If so, don’t let him near the patient.
That’s the essence of the story surrounding the 1881 assassination of President James Garfield, who had been in office for roughly three months when he was felled by an assassin’s bullet. The bullet to Garfield’s back wasn’t the major problem, Garfield’s doctors were.
Deadspin broke the story of the non-death of Manti T'eo's fictional girlfriend.
Here's a few things to think about as we begin 2013. A columnist from The Street predicts the future.
Interesting if not necessarily accurate. But who can say it's wrong?
If you haven't made it up to North Prospect Avenue in Champaign lately, there's a new burger joint.
It's called Five Guys, and it's the hottest "better burger" franchise in the market. Business is booming nationally for Five Guys, and the new one in Champaign is going great guns.
New York Magazine is the latest to take an in-depth look at the emotional problems of Jesse Jackson Jr.
The onetime king in waiting isn't doing too well.