Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren took a major step toward a presidential run on Monday, announcing in a video message and email to supporters that she is forming an exploratory committee ahead of an expected campaign for the Democratic nomination in 2020.
A criminal justice reform effort known as the First Step Act is just one step — a signature from President Donald Trump — away from becoming law and changing the lives of an estimated 30% of the federal prison population over the next decade.
Photoshop maker Adobe announcing some cool new features to Adobe XD, its vector-based tool for designing and prototyping user experience for web and mobile apps. The company says the new capabilities will streamline designers’ everyday workflows.
Two-thirds of Iowa's Republican voters say they would definitely vote to re-elect Trump if the general election were held today, but nearly as many say the state's party ought to welcome challengers to the President to Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses, according to a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll.
Apple’s video-streaming service was supposed to launch by Spring 2019 or somewhere between March 2019 and the summer of that year, per an August report by The New York Times. As it would seem, it should now arrive at some point in the second half of 2019.
Insider reports that the directors of Avengers: Infinity War, Joe and Anthony Russo, were at Business Insider’s Ignition Conference, and were asked about the chances of those characters appearing in the MCU. “I’m sure of it,” Joe Russo replied. "I'm certain, with [Marvel Studios President] Kevin Feige, who also has been on an historic run in the business, that he is going to incorporate those characters under the large Marvel umbrella.”
A statement this morning from the home of The Avengers and Spider-man used similar language to what the streamer signed off with to indicate that Hell’s Kitchen’s blind protector isn’t done yet on the small or even big screen. “We look forward to more adventures with the Man without Fear in the future,” the Disney-owned comic giant said Friday.
Erick Sermon is an undisputed icon in hip-hop. The rapper/producer made a name for himself back in the genre’s golden age as part of EPMD alongside Parrish Smith, dropping a run of classic albums that combined chunky funk breaks with cocksure rhymes. When EPMD disbanded in 1993, Sermon rounded up some of the talented artists the group had been associating with—including an animated rapper from New Jersey calling himself Redman, and a raspy-voiced spitter named Keith Murray—and the group banded together as the Def Squad, quickly establishing itself as one of ‘90s hip-hop’s most revered talent pools. Twenty-five years later, they’re still pumping out the funk.
Jean Grae is a polymath in every sense of the word. She first rose to prominence in underground hip-hop circles as an MC, but a quick glance at her Patreon page reveals the plethora of hats she’s worn since: “Writing, producing, rapping, singing, directing, filming, editing, acting, comedy, hosting, cooking columns, (a lot of cooking) freelance writing, voiceovers, hairstyling, putting on plays, lecturing at prestigious universities, teaching children, hosting my own live talk show, live music shows, free hug stations, improv, scoring podcasts…” It’s a lot.
InSight, or Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport, is going to explore a part of Mars that we know the least about: its deep interior. It launched May 5. InSight will spend two years investigating the interior where the building blocks below the planet's surface that recorded its history.
Black Friday is just days away, and pretty much every tech company’s getting in on the holiday shopping season. That includes Microsoft, which is slashing a few bucks off its Surface line of devices and Xbox One consoles, among other items.