September 16, 2014
Rather than waiting for Congressional approval, Obama is using outdated Bush-era legislation to fight the Islamic State.
Step One: Eliminate every cliche from your vocabulary.
It's called reading, Bobby.
The Ukranian government is going to give separatist rebels self-rule.
Ignore the fuss—Tuesday's government reports don't tell us much about how the program is doing
The New Republic publishes "Insurrections of the Mind" to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
It's the defining relationship of your twenties, or beyond. Until it's not. Lessons from a new rite of passage.
September 15, 2014
It wouldn't be charity. It would be restitution.
A preview of what a world agreement could and couldn't do to contain global warming.
This has been building for quite a long time.
Haunting photos of clothes that have been dug up from anonymous graves.
If Britain cannot work out how to stay together, the portents for the 21st century are dark indeed.
So let's get a female president, stat!
When are people going to wake up?
Saudi Arabaia's existential struggle with Iran has drastic implications for fighting ISIS.
And both liberals and conservatives want them to be progressive.
If he’s not preparing for failure, then we shouldn’t be preparing for war.
The ultimate essay in defense of the masterpieces we know and love.
The two charts show clearly what a difference the Obamacare label makes.
Hint: Job growth didn't implode
She served comfort food, even by the standards of a steak fry.
September 14, 2014
It's time to do something. Here are five ideas that could really have an impact.
Two female writers battle it out over that very question.
Watch this amazing two-foot-long fleshy-looking robot crawl around.