October 1, 2014
If you're arrested in America, it's best to be an American.
September 30, 2014
Literally. And while it sinks, pols and environmentalists sling mud.
Coders are 'makers.' But what exactly are they making?
In fact, it might just cause more problems.
"In my opinion, force is not necessary," he told me.
Republican judge in Oklahoma upholds legal challenge. Will the Supreme Court care?
A truly terrifying look at how we're destroying our planet.
After all, Assad is collaborating with ISIS and killing his own people by the thousands.
And we start saying these other things instead.
Lies, lies and more lies.
A reading list for anyone who wishes to better understand—and love—a person touched directly or indirectly by dementia.
This ad for a New Republic t-shirt had readers up in arms.
No, Mitt. It was the entire foundation of your campaign.
Whatever happened to critical thinking?
And there's no plan for how this will end.
New reports reveal it could wean us off coal, as long as we take action now.
September 29, 2014
Proof that Obamacare is changing healthcare for the better in this country.
Behind the barricades, everyone knows each other and works together.
The Chinese government is too repressive, and the Chinese people too politically inexperienced, for a pro-democracy movement to take hold anytime soon.
One of America's most reliable professions is producing too many graduates and not enough jobs
Sam Brownback tried to create a conservative utopia. He created a conservative hell instead.
Engineers, rejoice! Painters, go get a drink.
A transgender woman discusses the challenges she faced while transitioning, both in the workplace and in her own home.
It has the lowest rate of failure of any birth control method out there.
That's a big, dangerous, scary mistake.