The Atlantic Politics Daily: The impeachment inquiry is still partisan and divisive, and the Speaker seems to be resigned to it. Plus, how an old Democratic kingmaker might return to the scene. https://t.co/gILprOfd3D
Kimchi tacos, kimchi burgers, kimchi pasta, kimchi K-pop, space kimchi—the list goes on. @gastropodcast reports on how a staple of Korean cuisine made it onto fast-food menus across America: https://t.co/f3Yc8mj2ZU
"The Aeronauts" is a visual feat, but the script is as thin as the high-altitude air surrounding its heroes, writes @davidlsims: https://t.co/IhUZZjuCuw
"Trump has a ... personal attorney who agrees to work for free and folks who say they want to drain the swamp aren’t suspicious? That degree of tribal loyalty and incuriosity damages any republic that relies on government by the people," writes @conor64: https://t.co/Nygw6w4XLm
John Mulaney tried and failed to get Stevie Nicks to guest star on his new special. “When she passes on a TV project, she really passes on it,” Mulaney explained https://t.co/aoUVWQhg0X
The Kardashian-West family has apparently decided to celebrate the holiday season in the typical way they do things: in full, unrelenting monochrome and with extremely bizarre taste https://t.co/7frT7qWhQv
"The abuses of office of which the President now stands accused are the very definition of impeachable," the historian Jill Lepore writes.
"The Crown" attempts to make a heartthrob of Prince Charles, who is rumored to eat a boiled egg with each and every meal. https://t.co/QRodhqFqVI
Only one day after its release Marriage Story and the Internet are already a match. https://t.co/9Gmas1QTN7
It appears that Barr is still trying to discredit the entire Russia investigation—even if it means going against the word of his own agency https://t.co/Pb9avPKojL
Why is #TheMandalorion trending and not #TheMandalorian?
Anyway — here's a recap of Chapter 5 — with Amy Sedaris, @MingNa's Fennec Shand, and a stranger who walks with a jangling sound of spurs.
Could it be you-know-who? We're on Tatooine ...
In 2015, Haley had the flag removed from South Carolina’s statehouse. Now, she says it was seen as a symbol of “service and sacrifice and heritage” that was “hijacked” by a white nationalist https://t.co/6MDc3nA8FV
Books make great presents but you can't buy them on Am***n, so get them in our online store and support our journalism with your holiday shopping this year! https://t.co/pIx4jkfwJE
On this week's Start Making Sense podcast, @JoanWalsh talks about the new politics of abortion, @HeerJeet shares his analysis of Trump's pardons for war criminals, and @brycecovert explains the recent wave of strikes across the country. https://t.co/zoMjaO1WJR
Consultants told her not to talk about her past work for Planned Parenthood. She did anyway. She won anyway. 💅https://t.co/lTag2kbNGP
At least five Quillette contributors have gone on white nationalist Stefan Molyneux’s show to discuss their “research” on topics like race, intelligence, and “criminality.” https://t.co/RNm8GL8Xhl
2019 was a year of upheaval in the pop music world, with new voices rising to the fore through unexpected pathways.
Here are TIME’s best songs of 2019 🎶 🎶 🎶 https://t.co/Of9ILmI6De
Review: "Charlie's Angels" fails to give Kristen Stewart the glamorous action movie she deserves https://t.co/nzbYjmMMpU
Thousands of yellow vest activists join French pension protests amid police tension https://t.co/ARthr8Ohw8
“Children will continue to die if we don’t make sure that every child who goes through federal custody is evaluated by a medical professional with [pediatric experience],” said @juliemlinton of @AmerAcadPeds in my July @sciam piece: https://t.co/e2AcQK65Tw
Oil companies increasingly tout emissions reduction targets. But it’s often unclear how they plan to actually cut greenhouse gases. https://t.co/S89p8LAMNV
The origins of the mammalian middle ear have been traced to a newly discovered species that lived during the time of the dinosaurs, some 123 million years ago. https://t.co/auPDARqM3F