Political commentator Monica Crowley talks with the Wall Street Journal about the Department of Justice investigating the IRS’ harassment of conservative groups.
Hoover Institution fellow Fouad Ajami on President Obama’s disappearing red line and shifting stances on the rebellion and protracted civil war in Syria. H/T Wall Street Journal
Bitcoin is attracting the attention as a wildly volatile, all-digital currency. How does it work? How are criminals taking advantage of it? How risky an investment is it? The Wall Street Journal‘s Jason Bellini has “The Short Answer,” explaining the dynamics underlying the bitcoin market.
David Stockman, former Reagan budget director, explains why he believes the machinery of government is massively failing, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal‘s Jerry Seib.
How much is the average tax refund? How does your own gross adjusted income compare to that of other taxpayers? The Wall Street Journal‘s Jason Bellini mined IRS data for intriguing facts about U.S. taxes.
Getting pumped for Iron Man 3? Need a refresher course on your Mark I, Mark II and Mark VII armors? Here’s a quick — and in no way comprehensive — look at Iron Man’s evolving style over the years. H/T Wall Street Journal
It was 40 years ago that the first cell phone was invented, and they’re getting sleeker all the time — no cellulite. The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Bellini gives The Short Answer to these burning questions — Who made the first cell phone call and to whom? When did the phones start getting more trim and smart?
In response to saber-rattling by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the US sent B-2 stealth bombers for a “practice run” in South Korea. Why is North Korea threatening missile strikes against U.S. cities like Austin, Texas? The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Bellini has The Short Answer.