December 30, 2013
It's time to end the worst awards show in America
Scott Brown Is a Carpetbagger—and There's Nothing Wrong With That
December 11, 2013
Scott Brown Is Getting Ready to Run in New Hampshire—And Take On American Politics' Most Fatuous Tradition
All of These Famous People Visited Nelson Mandela's Tiny Prison Cell
December 06, 2013
Evo Morales, Beyonce, Tariq Aziz: Sooner or later, everyone visits Mandela's cell in Robben Island.
Four Frightening Charts About America's Struggling Lower-Middle Class
December 04, 2013
The people the pols praise are having trouble making ends meet.
The Fox News Canon
December 03, 2013
What would a liberal arts education look like from the conservative network's biggest stars? We built the bookshelf.
Obama and Sebelius Still Can’t Decide Whether Healthcare.gov Is Ready
November 27, 2013
The only question is when the administration will decide to toss her.
After today’s Senate vote to eliminate the use of the filibuster for presidential nominees (except for the Supreme Court), Mitch McConnell vowed revenge. Evoking the tragicomic specter of unified Republican control over government, the minority leade
The Ten Baddest Elizabeth Warren Clips Out There
November 10, 2013
As chronicled in Noam Scheiber's cover story this week, Elizabeth Warren's unapologetic populism and intellectual credentials have endeared her to those on the left looking for a champion.
Take the World War II Memorial—Please!
October 15, 2013
If architecture is, as Goethe put it, frozen music, then which classical opus is suspended within the granite semicircle of Washington’s National World War II memorial?
Why Henry Louis Gates, Jr.'s New Miniseries About Civil Rights Matters More Than Ever
October 14, 2013
There was a Dickensian mood at the National Press Club when, on a stormy Wednesday last week, Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.