It’s come a long way since Apollo Creed died so Rocky Balboa could engage in character development.
“Why, in our modern age, are so many people turning to the Church for help in banishing incorporeal fiends from their body? And what does this resurgent interest tell us about the figurative demons tormenting contemporary society?”
Scholar Martha S. Jones offers a deep dive on pre- and post-Civil War origins of the birthright citizenship provision of the US Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment.
“People are sharing their deepest secrets on Facebook. Does the social network understand what it’s gotten into?” (And more importantly, what its responsibilities are?)
“What did the farmer say when he lost his tractor? ‘Where’s my tractor?’”
Do you think a giant asteroid caused the earth’s most recent mass extinction? Princeton paleontologist Gerta Keller has a competing theory, and her decades of research have earned her so much ire in the scientific community that she keeps a list of insults others have thrown at her.
An oral history of the groundbreaking hit show “Living Single.”
Anna Wiener explores what 13 years of the data she’s given Facebook can give back to her.
Contempt in court: female lawyers still consistently confront archaic discrimination.
Oy vey, seventy-five years of show business? Where did the time go? It hasn’t slowed down Brooks one bit.