Cuba announced Thursday it would allow its residents to buy and sell real estate for the first time since the revolution, in yet another bold free-market reform that effectively legalizes a practice Cubans have been secretly engaging in for years. (Photo above by yours truly.)
Woman said to have felt hostility at work after complaining about Cain.
For the New York Times, Nate Silver handicaps the 2012 election.
Support for gay marriage continues to rise.
Is there a Razzie in Clint Eastwood’s future?
David Lynch says that sometimes the fish talks back to you.
Related: Lynch is The Guardian’s guest music editor today.
HBO’s adaptation of Jonathan Franzen’s The Corrections, with Noah Baumbach set to direct the pilot, appears to be officially official.
Murmuration in action:
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