Felt compelled to flesh out the various ways in which Rudy Giuliani was wrong in his Ferguson comments.
(I wrote about race today.)
Even for a job the title of which is basically "catcher," this is impressive.
A woman was killed after messing around with a gun purchased out of fears of Ferguson unrest.
"Still, the Constitution does not provide white Americans with a remedy when a president bypasses congress."
Andrew Cuomo blames the National Weather Service for snow forecasts I guess he didn't pay attention to.
The inventor of the 8-ball jacket makes his way back into the news.
"Everybody tells me I'm getting too old to do both" chimney sweeping and pro wrestling.
Photo of a Japanese Olympic official with a member of the Yakuza that got a reporter worked over with baseball bats.
People in Hollywood are working Google Maps to keep people looking for the big sign out of their neighborhoods.
Rudy Giuliani says that white cops wouldn't be in black communities if black people would stop killing each other.
Also, Chuck Todd does his best to keep the conversation from getting interesting, but fails.
Two things worth adding to that debate: black men are far more likely to be killed by police than white men.
North Dakota's oil boom has happened as oversight has gone bust.
Scroll down to the map with the yellow dots representing oil wells.
I think I speak for every sports fan when I say I hope that guy gets money back from his broker if the broker does a bad job.
My broker is a unicorn made of beer.
New Yorkers still blame John Lindsay for the city's crime going from Jets/Sharks to the Warriors in 18 years.
Very tempted to replace all of the music on my phone with the brass-heavy opening credit overtures from black-and-white adventure films.
In selfies, I look at the background mess. In phone screenshots, I look at the carrier, time, and battery life left.
Hard to believe someone with this many visible logos would be into camping out for Black Friday.
Dumb Internet garbage is an American phenomenon though, to be fair, we've been online slightly longer.
An engrossing, superbly written look at forest fires and the blaze in Mann Gulch.
"Everything that evolved on Earth ... did so in the presence of fire."