Starting in July, member of The New York Times editorial board, writing on the Supreme Court and legal affairs.
nytimes.com — NOT long after 10 a.m. on March 27, a restless audience waited for the Supreme Court to hear arguments in the second of two historic cases involving same-sex marriage. First, however, Justice Antonin Scalia attended to another matter. He announced that the court was throwing out an antitrust class action that subscribers brought against Comcast, the nation's largest cable company.
capitalnewyork.com — A new byline will soon begin appearing in The New York Times' opinion pages. Jesse Wegman has been hired as the Times editorial board's new legal and Supreme Court writer, replacing the outgoing Linc Caplan. Wegman was most recently an editor at Newsweek and The Daily Beast.
business.time.com — If the success of past Ubisoft games written by Jeffrey Yohalem are any indication, millions of people will be spending Christmas afternoon sitting in front of their X-boxes playing Far Cry 3, or wishing they could. The game, after all, was released on December 4 and has garnered solid critical reviews and an impressive Metacritic score.
thedailybeast.com — The news today that Jonah Lehrer resigned from The New Yorker following reports that he fabricated quotes from Bob Dylan in his bestselling book Imagine has to be devastating to him, his family, friends and colleagues. I know. Nine years ago, I was Jonah Lehrer.
thedailybeast.com — My mother and I once got into an argument about what constituted a good parent. At the time, I'd been in the parent business for the better part of a decade, and neither child had died or started torturing small animals in the basement, so I was feeling pretty cocky.
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