Keller At Large
The geniuses at Facebook are once again issuing a public apology for an intrusive, tone-deaf gaffe.
For those of us in the news business, there is a long list of things we could and should resolve to do better in the new year.
Jon Keller wonders what the electorate will think if Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are the major-party presidential nominees.
No one with an ounce of intelligence and integrity wants police, law-abiding citizens, or even petty criminals to be harmed.
This whole story of the alleged North Korean hackers breaching the Sony Pictures computer system and forcing the withdrawal of their movie mocking North Korea’s dictator has no shortage of villains.
Bostonians have seen their pockets picked by big public-works projects with vague price tags before.
The company party can be treacherous terrain if you don’t know what you’re doing.
One of the first life lessons anyone learns is how to negotiate for things.
Washington, D.C., keeps lurching along, passing a trillion dollar spending bill.
The recent spat between a Harvard professor and a Chinese restaurant shows how quickly the Internet can be used to turn against someone.