The piece begins by detailing how Clinton helped the global bank.
This election cycle, two candidates have dared to touch a third rail in American politics.
A hawkish senator doesn't apply the lessons of Iraq
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Carter: No. The United States.
Graham: We. Win.
What is the Islamic State?
The IOC’s selection of Beijing as the host of its 2022 games is met with a lukewarm response.
Most of the big names in futurism are men. What does that mean for the direction we’re all headed?
In the future, everyone’s going to have a robot assistant. That’s the story, at least. And as part of that long-running narrative, Facebook just launched its virtual assistant. They’re calling it Moneypenny—the secretary from the James Bond Films. Which means the symbol of our march forward, once again, ends up being a nod back. In this case, Moneypenny is a send-up to an age when Bond’s womanizing was a symbol of manliness and many women were, no matter what they wanted to be doing, secretaries.
Why can’t people imagine a future without falling into the sexist past? Why does the road ahead keep leading us back to a place that looks like the Tomorrowland of the 1950s? Well, when it comes to Moneypenny, here’s a relevant datapoint: More than two thirds of Facebook employees are men. That’s a ratio reflected among another key group: futurists.
Who can devise the most convoluted way to wipe out the Islamic State?
A rock monster tries to save a village from destruction.
"If you think I'm a dirtbag, then you don't understand the lifestyle."