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Apple's virtual assistant gets an upgrade with iOS 12 and might finally be ready to compete with Alexa and Google Assistant. [Read More]
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It doesn't all come down to the wire. The New York Times story about the deputy attorney general has some much more important details. [Read More]
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A Cleveland victory is the very definition of small sample size, but Mayfield was genuinely special against the Jets on Thursday. [Read More]
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The ballet is still spectacular, but the rest of the show is more serious—and political—than the Gene Kelly movie you remember. [Read More]
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Knives out. [Read More]
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The Political Gabfest debates who should investigate the accusations against Brett Kavanaugh and the efforts to undermine Ford's story. [Read More]
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The darkly comic Western is Jacques Audiard's English-language debut, but he already has a feel for the territory. [Read More]
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"Confirming Kavanaugh might preserve Republican turnout, but it could also energize Democrats." [Read More]
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The prime minister is stuck between two sides with no interest in compromise. [Read More]
Manufacturers will now be required to ramp up password security. [Read More]
The woman behind Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and The Devil Wears Prada explains how she succeeded in film and television. [Read More]
It's a reminder that we're not the primary market—not the real audience (as if we're not reminded of our global irrelevance regularly enough). [Read More]
Kavanaugh's defenders appear to have genuinely believed that this would exculpate the nominee. [Read More]
"One of the roles of democratic socialists is to pull the political debate back to where it needs to be." [Read More]
He will play John Clark in Paramount's adaptations of Without Remorse and Rainbow Six. [Read More]
Blessed be the fruit of late capitalism. [Read More]
The Daily Show's "Minorities Report" takes on racist police. [Read More]
Rosenstein denies the report, while one source claims he was speaking "sarcastically." [Read More]
Trump originally thought declassification was necessary on the advice of "the great Lou Dobbs, the great Sean Hannity, the wonderful, great Jeanine Pirro." [Read More]
The way Christine Blasey Ford has been treated by Kavanaugh partisans has reinforced the dynamics that keep victims quiet. [Read More]
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