Has the time come for Westphalian sovereignty to coexist with web failson sovereignty?
When the bad guys at Rikers are the guards.
Vice Media grew from a free alternative magazine into a company with 3,000 employees and a multi-billion-dollar valuation. It’s also been investigated for sexual misconduct and has struggled to deliver on its promise of bringing millennials back to television, raising questions about its future.
She said came from a German family of art collectors and tipped generously in cash. But when the months-long hotel bill came due, Anna would find an excuse, then an escape, leaving her friends to pick up the bill.
Doug Schifter waged a one-man campaign to stop Uber from putting his fellow black-car drivers out of business. Then he decided to take his own life.
The New York City Police Department’s Special Victims Division attempted to bust Harvey Weinstein in 2015, but the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office put a stop to the case.
One reason to believe that UFOs exist is terrifying enough, but these thirteen reasons make too strong a case to ignore.
Will Leitch’s father taught him how to shoot a gun because he “thought it was something that a man was supposed to do.” Now with a son of his own, Will is conflicted: Should he teach his son to be the best, to be a “golden child,” or should he teach his son that the world wasn’t made just for him?
Jamison Bachman fooled roommate after roommate into believing that he was a respectful tenant who had a few pets and just needed a quiet place to stay. In reality, he was a serial squatter who drove his roommates into court and out of their homes.
A profile of Katja Blichfeld, the co-creator of HBO’s High Maintenance, in the wake of her coming out as a lesbian, and the amicable end of her marriage to Ben Sinclair — her collaborator on the show, and its star.