This tantalizing finding raises more questions than it answers.
When it comes to air travel, like any customer service experience, it’s more likely that passengers remember a negative experience than a positive one. But it’s these pain points that provide the launch pad for ways airlines can improve their UX.
When I was asked to run the Democratic Party after the Russians hacked our emails, I stumbled onto a shocking truth about the Clinton campaign.
What if Mueller proves his case and it doesn’t matter?
From all sides, the message is coming in: the world as we know it is on the verge of something really bad. From the Right, we hear that ‘West’ and ‘Judeo-Christian Civilisation’ are in the pincers of foreign infidels and native, hooded extremists. Left-wing declinism buzzes about coups, surveillance regimes, and the inevitable – if elusive – collapse of capitalism.
Almost two-thirds say this is the lowest point in U.S. history—and it’s keeping a lot of them up at night.
On this day 500 years ago, an obscure Saxon monk launched a protest movement against the Catholic Church that would transform Europe. Martin Luther's Protestant Reformation changed not just the way Europeans lived, fought, worshipped, worked and created art but also how they ate and drank. For among the things it impacted was a drink beloved throughout the world and especially in Luther's native Germany: beer.
Three reasons why you shouldn’t consult the nineteenth-century WebMD archives.
We're quietly replacing an open web that connects and empowers with one that restricts and commoditizes people. We need to stop it.
In Washington DC, politics sometimes matter more than a rocket's power or price.