Winston Churchill forced her to move into Buckingham Palace in 1953. COVID gave her cover to move to Windsor. Few expect the queen to spend a night at her iconic London home again.
The rich aren’t waiting for crap infrastructure to get fixed—they’re busy building their own in the skies.
The mystery over Queen Elizabeth’s recent illness goes to show how much the future of the shaky edifice of the House of Windsor still rests on the shoulders of the queen alone.
Money gets you into space, but it can’t buy success up there.
While it has the altruistic reason of airline safety and the commercial reason of lower air traffic, there’s a third, nationalistic reason Beijing is slow-walking Boeing's return.
The mission was Silicon Valley utopianism—role models for a nicer, fairer, more inclusive version of American life that we can all look up to.
Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk knew that space flight didn’t need them. That’s why the future of “space tourism” is likely to be theirs.
Nobody took Fox News seriously. Then came the War on Terror. They beat out CNN and never looked back.
His failure in Afghanistan and his refusal to squarely acknowledge it keep flashing me back to how he left Anita Hill out to dry during Clarence Thomas’ confirmation.
Lord Mountbatten’s diaries have finally been released. Historians are examining them for any new evidence of links between the royal family and the Nazis—and other palace scandals.