May 6, 2015
Change is happening but it needs to be quicker.
The deepest oil patch in North America is finally going to be governed by people who believe climate change is man-made.
The New York Times columnist would like to see the country become "a more serious, activist global power." Is that wise?
Here's what's going on in Britain.
'Charlie Hebdo' is a complicated issue, so it's worth going to informed sources, not instant experts.
The fact that Texas tempts federal intrusion more than any other state explains the whole story.
Stanley Kauffmann reflects on the "overgrown baby," Orson Welles.
May 5, 2015
The latest season of "Survivor" divides contestants by class—but forgets to talk about money.
Democrats have a legitimate economic agenda. The GOP has ... repeal Obamacare?
A wake-up call for anyone who thought sports were becoming less hostile to women.
What the Baltimore prosecutor's charges in the Freddie Gray case mean to native residents.
One goes up, the other goes down. And vice versa.
Scientology's canonical text was full of pseudoscience, and this book reviewer knew it.
"We were retaliated against."
This is internationally embarrassing.
Why Mike Huckabee will lose, and what it means for evangelicals.
Where to start? These five falsehoods.
May 4, 2015
Cities need to focus on preventing police abuse, not the riots that protest it.
A job that once gave a woman a middle-class life is fading away.
The most clarifying test cases for free speech involve the defense of the vile.
It's been barely five months since a Cleveland Police officer gunned down the 12-year-old.
Nearly every Republican presidential candidates wants one low rate for everybody.
If her Republicans rivals criticize her over questionable donors, they'll expose themselves.
May 3, 2015
The "Corinthian 100" have backed out of a meeting planned for Monday.
Now that "natural" living has gone mainstream, its days are numbered.