Thirty Years Since we said hello to Morrissey and his gang, they still sound as epic as ever. Even if you don't like them, they are still probably your favorite band's favorite band.
Here is first ever single: Hand in Glove
The tragic tale of the New Orleans Mother's Day shooting hadn't even finished before the media lost interest, while the Boston Bombing story was covered for weeks. Why do we make one story a tragedy and ignore others? Kanye West may have revealed the answer back in 2005.
Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane was forced to land in Vienna because of concerns he may have been carrying Edward Snowden. If this had happened to the President of the United States, it would most likely been grounds for war.
Just as Ronald Reagan was deified in America, similar attempts to white wash Margaret Thatcher's legacy are under way in the UK. The beneficiary of a $12 million state funeral during a massive recession, shouldn't Brits be talking about her actual record?
In a case of terrible poetic injustice, it was the principle of 'innocent until proven guilty' that allowed George Zimmerman to go home to his family - the very same principle he denied Trayvon Martin. The truth is, in America, all black men are guilty until proven innocent.
Those of us who are inclined not to worry are rightly concerned when the people who are promising, "We got this" keep demonstrating that they don't actually got this.
London is still in shock from the public beheading of an off-duty soldier two days ago. In recent years the war-time 'Keep Calm and Carry On' posters have become popular, but can the British public prove its legendary resolve and not succumb to fear and hatred?