Jason Zengerle
Senior Editor

The Bizarre Life and Times of the Inventor of the Heimlich Manuever
And the mysterious enemy who tried to take him down
August 20, 2014

And the mysterious enemy who tried to take him down.

Here's Another Sign That Hillary Clinton's the New Boss in Town
August 14, 2014

Move over, Obama. There's a new money machine in town.

Michael Brown's Death Was Shocking. So Are the Racial Profiling Stats We've Been Ignoring.
93% of drivers arrested in Ferguson are black, but blacks make up 67% of the population.
August 13, 2014

But a teenager had to die for anyone to notice.

Clay Aiken Won't Sing for Your Vote
But this American Idol will do just about anything else to win
August 11, 2014

But this American Idol will do just about anything else to win.

The New Racism
This is how the civil rights movement ends
August 10, 2014

This is how the civil rights movement ends.

Rahm Emanuel's Top Nemesis Just Might Take Him On
Karen Lewis would make for a bloody mayoral battle
July 14, 2014

This will be a bloody mayoral battle.

There's Nothing Wrong With the Washington Free Beacon's Hillary Clinton Scoops
Except, perhaps, that the wrong person got credit for them
June 24, 2014

Except, perhaps, that the wrong person got credit for them.

Rand Paul Is the Real Target of the Cheneys' Op-Ed Attack on Obama
June 18, 2014

Welcome to the beginning of Liz Cheney's next campaign.

Eric Cantor Didn't Lose Because He's Jewish. But His Religion Has Caused Difficulties in Congress.
June 11, 2014

Portrayals of Cantor as an awkward grind—as someone who was no fun to be around—carried a whiff of cultural stereotyping.

Eric Cantor Rebranded Himself Out of a Job
The House majority leader's serial reinventions left him with few allies and myriad enemies
June 11, 2014

The House majority leader's serial reinventions left him with few allies and myriad enemies.

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