If you get frustrated with your job tomorrow, remember: it could be much worse.
The kicker on this piece about D'Souza is almost as unflattering as the giant photo of him.
Now the planet itself is trolling American climate change activists.
Ranking the toughest Republican campaign ads, by toughness, with GIFs.
The spammer who just sent me an email from "jessie pinkman" did a poor job researching his audience.
Upshots fired: The Times gives Dems 51 percent chance of holding Senate. 538 had GOP at 51 percent.
This is a weirdly antagonistic headline. X groups push X agenda on X Day. Well, yeah.
My 2014 is kind of ruined, since neither the Knicks or Mets is in contention to win a championship.
A portrait of endemic poverty in West Virginia, made worse by the collapse of coal.
Hard not to think of Evan Osnos' description in The New Yorker: "Once or twice a generation, Americans rediscover Appalachia."
Blake Griffin's shooting success, by season. This is almost a very good infographic.
Oh, so here's some news: I'm starting a new gig at the Washington Post next month.
I'll be blogging about politics, as usual, from the cozy confines of New York City. I am, obviously, excited.
And I leave a great, great organization at The Atlantic, to which I am hugely indebted and grateful.
Give to the GOP; George Bush will send you socks.
Warning: Those socks will clash badly with seersucker.