Forget self-deportation: It appears the feds have stumbled across a case of secret self-outsourcing at New York University. On Monday, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara and the FBI announced charges against three NYU researchers who had been funded by the National Ins ... More >>
A graphic novel turns sacrosanct
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There were more reporters than protestors at a rally today at the new Apple store in Grand Central. A lot more reporters. But it's an important cause, especially for you iPhone-iPad-MacBook-Apple-loving folks, so listen up! SumOfUs and Change.org, two groups speaking out against labor practices i ... More >>
The Public hosts the monologuist's look at the late Apple chief
The anti-smoking ban pioneered in New York have finally caught on in its natural home of Red China, where the totalitarian government has ordered a ban on smoking in indoor public spaces in seven provincial capitals. It's up to the local governments of Tianjin, Chongqing, Shenyang, Harbin, N ... More >>
The next best thing: Jia's youthful dreamers want the world but settle for ersatz replica