• Politics
    Watch Don Cheadle shake it in an ’80s R&B video

    By Constance Grady On The Late Late Show Monday night, James Corden revealed what might be Don Cheadle’s darkest secret: He used to be a backup dancer. “It was not a career,” Cheadle insisted. He just happened to go along with his friend to an audition for a music video choreographed by Debbie Allen, of […]

  • World
    Daily Meditation: Something Good

    By Antonia Blumberg We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness exercises can be part of bringing spirituality alive in your life. Today’s meditation features a song by English-Irish musician Maverick Sabre. In “I Need,” Sabre sings of needing sunshine, angels and something good […]

  • World
    Here’s What It Looks Like To Have A Ronaldo Kick Fly At Your Face

    By Justin Block Earlier this month, Canadian soccer fan Sarah Arcand was lucky enough to grab some prime real estate behind the goal at the Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid’s stadium, during the team’s 4-0 victory over Sevilla. She should’ve gotten video of a signature Cristiano Ronaldo penalty, but instead of capturing footage of the superstar […]

  • Business
    3 LinkedIn Hacks I Bet You Didn’t Know

    By Anfernee Chansamooth LinkedIn, every professional knows about it, but how many actually leverage it properly? Not many it seems. Yeah sure, most create a profile, put their 5 year old business photo head shot up and cut and paste a resume straight into it hoping to land their next big gig. Fingers crossed, Mark […]

  • Business
    Labor Unions Dodge A Bullet At The Supreme Court

    By Dave Jamieson Labor unions can breathe a sigh of relief. On Tuesday, an equally divided Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s ruling in a case that posed an existential threat to public-sector unionism. As a result of the split decision, the system unions use to collect fees from workers will remain intact. It’s unlikely […]

  • Politics & News
    Homeland Sec Jeh Johnson: “Terrorist-Inspired Attacks Are Part Of The New Era That We’re In”

    Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told Morning Joe President Obama is concerned about “terrorist-inspired” attacks in the U.S. and Ted Cruz’s comments about patrolling Muslim-majority neighborhoods. “I think that, in this phase, it is critical that we build bridges to American-Muslim communities, not vilify them, not drive them into the shadows, and encourage them to […]

  • Politics
    Public sector unions just avoided a huge defeat at the Supreme Court

    By Libby Nelson A case that had the potential to weaken public sector unions across the United States ended with a somewhat unexpected victory for unions on Tuesday, as the Supreme Court divided 4-4 on the question of requiring nonmembers to pay a fee to the public sector union that negotiates the collective bargain agreement […]

  • Obama blames media for Trump’s success

    US President Barack Obama says the media is partly to blame for the rise of Republican Donald Trump as a political force. …read more Read more here: Obama blames media for Trump’s success

  • Politics
    Frank Miller gave us the best Batman — and the worst

    By Peter Suderman When Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was announced at the San Diego Comic-Con in the summer of 2013, director Zack Snyder introduced the film by bringing actor Harry Lennix to the stage to read a passage from Frank Miller’s seminal 1986 Batman story The Dark Knight Returns. The passage in question […]