‘Mitt’ offers a behind-the-scenes look at Romney’s failed campaigns. But what does the documentary tell us about the man who could have been president?
If you’re a professional who needs to communicate without a paper trail, Confide is for you—at least until gets it hacked or bought by a big, privacy-invading tech firm.
The surveillance state sold itself to hackers as the coolest place to work. Now it’s seen as the enemy, and that means going elsewhere to build an army of digital cat burglars.
You’ll have to pry incandescents out of their cold, dead hands. How one little-noticed new budget provision keeps alive the most ridiculous element of Republicans’ culture war.
Robert Redford, Peter O’Toole, Cary Grant, and even Clooney and DiCaprio. In the last 86 years, on Oscar night the most beautiful dudes tend to lose—if they’ve even been nominated.
I Snapchatted with Senator Rand Paul. Is this the future of elected official-constituent communications? Doubtful.
Edgy, brilliant, and a little bit dangerous, Joshua Compston shook up London’s art scene in the 90s, championing the YBA’s and revitalizing Hoxton and Shoreditch, before he died at 25.
When cosmetics magnate Stanley Picker died in 1982, he left behind a gorgeous house and notable art collection. Elizabeth Price’s documentary invites viewers to come in and explore.
South Sudan is sliding toward full-scale civil war but there is a way for peace talks to succeed and salvage the world’s newest nation.
Cheating amid those guarding our nuclear arsenal may sound terrible, but an ex-‘missileer’ and a secret study suggests it’s a symptom of a strategic weapon that’s become irrelevant.