Noam Scheiber
Senior Editor

LeBron James Stole a Page Out of Louis CK's Playbook by Returning to Cleveland
July 11, 2014

The only way for LeBron to really cash in was to change the way the world saw him.

Hillary Clinton's Inequality Rhetoric Is Weak
No, we're not "all in this mess together"
July 09, 2014

No, we're not "all in this mess together."

Hillary Has a Plan to Attack Inequality—Without Attacking Her Corporate Donors
How she's dealing with the most emotional issue of our time
July 02, 2014

How she's dealing with the most emotional question on voters' minds

How Hillary Won Over the Skeptical Left
The surprising source of Clinton's invincibility
June 29, 2014

The strange psychological roots of Democrats’ passion for Clinton.

A Populist Just Kneecapped Eric Cantor. Should Hillary Be Worried?
June 11, 2014

A populist just kneecapped Eric Cantor over his Wall Street ties. Could the same thing happen to Hillary Clinton?

The Unsentimental Strategy Behind Obama and Hillary's Marriage of Convenience
June 09, 2014

Hillary Clinton's new book reveals several disagreements with Barack Obama. Here's why the White House is taking them in stride.

The One Way to Harness Silicon Valley's Self-Interest for the Good of the Country
Tech Moguls Are the Last Best Hope for Campaign Finance Reform
June 04, 2014

The 1 percent have a stranglehold over our government. There's only one group who can save us: Tech moguls. 

Rand Paul Is a Deeply Cynical Politician
It's his biggest difference with his father
May 26, 2014

Rand Paul is often described as more pragmatic than his father. What he actually is is much more cynical. 

Uber and Airbnb Are Waging a Libertarian War on Regulators
Silicon Valley's politics get complicated
May 20, 2014

Silicon Valley's politics get complicated

Tim Geithner: More Banker Than the Bankers
The former treasury secretary's unintentionally revealing interviews
May 12, 2014

In the NYT, Geithner unintentionally gives it away: He's accepted the financialization of the economy as a plus—and it colors his every utterance as he promotes his book.

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