Rain and a Hurricane Almost Changed the Course of History on September 11, 2001

Everyone remembers the weather fourteen years ago. Every remembrance story, every “where were you when” conversation, every newscast before the attacks mentions how the sky was a brilliant, deep shade of blue the morning the world turned upside down. However, had the sky not been as clear as it was that day—if the…

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Atlantic Runs Stupid Article About the 'Death of Monogamy,' Then Runs Righteous Takedown of Their Own Stupid Article

The latest Atlantic features an article called "A Million First Dates: How online romance is threatening monogamy"—a shallow, moony hagiography of "simpler times" trussed up like trenchant social analysis. Huzzah. Online dating, author Dan Slater argues, is destroying monogamy by giving people (he says people, but he…

Martha Stewart Pushes Sustainability, Used To Think The Glass Ceiling Was A Postmodern Fixture That Would Light Up Any Home

In an interview with Atlantic senior editor Corby Kummer, Martha Stewart, performer of 2009 hit "Shine Blockas" ft. Gucci Mane and owner of Chow Chow guard dog Genghis Khan, says that when she first started her company and people began telling her that she broke through the glass ceiling, she did not have a fig what…