Meeting of the minds: On the latest edition of Fox's most serious news show, Smartline, Fox owner Rupert Murdoch and Homer Simpson discuss the dispute with Time Warner that threatens to keep Simpson's reality show from being beamed to millions of New Yorkers. It's the 11th hour of Time Warner's fig ... More >>
F2K is a countdown of the 50 worst songs of the decade. Track our progress here. In which the poster girl for MySpace's musical efforts asks the timeless question, "And who the fuck is this bitch on your page, with her big-ass tits up on your top eight?"
You half-expected the Post this morning to have re- plated its front page with one of its many Page Six cartoons, the ones depicting a paunchy Teddy Kennedy, wearing heart-bedecked boxer shorts and chasing a perky blonde around the bedroom. Rupert Murdoch never forgave Kennedy for having ... More >>
Idiosyncratic sci-fi films Sans Soleil and La Jetée hit DVD. Plus, good directors gone bad and bad directors gone worse.
Mexican police gun down a counterculture hero
Alito vote again raises specter of unchecked White House
Radical or neocon? Same old or sold out? Christopher Hitchens has things both ways.
After a year-long campaign, America now discovers what the election was really about
Karl Rove's Republicans swerve right on the way to the middle
Steve Earle weighs in on the issues that look like winners
Don't cry when an iPod breaks a big house mix into a jillion pieces
Ways to Keep Your Computer Pest-Free
"I'm Never Wrong" vs. "This Is What I'm Good At"
How to get the public interested in campaign finance reform? Think Pam Grier.
Dean Finds That Courting Blogocrats Means Answering Tough Questions
The Current Quality of Low-Cost Calls Over the Net
The Public Plans and Secret Dreams of the Men Who Sold the Moon
Little Johnny and Big-Biz Music Duke It Out Over Peer-to-Peer Software
Its Ladies First This Season
Oops, Says Prez. Let's Keep That AIDS Office
Fox News Wears Veil of Neutrality
Not All Jews Feel Validated by Gore and God
Media Critics New New Thing
Overloaded Networks Leave Cell-Phone Customers on Hold