It is, at the time of this writing, 32 degrees Fahrenheit in Park City, Utah. That's freezing. Like, exactly freezing. And while it's no polar-vortex level temperature, it's low enough on the thermometer
WASHINGTON—On November 28, 1998, a lawyer named Samuel Dash quit his job. Dash was a heavy hitter. 25 years earlier, he had been the majority counsel on the Senate Watergate Committee under Sam Ervin.
“‘I don't know what you want to do when you retire,’” Kobe Bryant recalled friends telling him after he stepped away from the game, in an interview with USA Today just days before he died in a helicopter
WASHINGTON—Mike Braun, Republican of Indiana, heretofore has been the very model of a modern nondescript senator. He’s in his first term. He has left no footprints on any major issue. No important legislation
“You wanna hear a story about why me & this bitch here fell out? It’s kind of long but full of suspense.” That quote opens director Janicza Bravo’s magnetizing, rollercoaster second feature film, Zola,