April 1, 2015
It's not time celebrate yet. But we're close.
"Women do cry more easily," he writes. "But life on this planet isn’t threatened by women’s tears."
It was even more extreme than Indiana's.
A letter of sympathy—and support—to the Wisconsin governor.
All of the other presumptive Republican candidates for president have weighed in.
Maybe he thinks the Supreme Court won't gut the law. Or maybe he's hoping it will, so he has a good story for the campaign trail.
March 31, 2015
This is unexpected.
The message this sends: The world’s great chefs can do more with vegetable scraps than home cooks can with prime cuts of meat and high-quality produce.
Hope is not lost.
Who else could survive the internet outrage machine?
Trevor Noah and Lena Dunham learned that lesson the hard way.
He thinks Spotify is the enemy, but it's really record labels like his.
Obama plans to go it alone.
Conservatives just don't get it.
What will Reid's legacy be?
It's not about boutique wedding shops. What if Hobby Lobby refused to allow gay customers?
March 30, 2015
In 2012, Gabby Douglas was the adorable underdog at the London Olympics. This weekend, she was the veteran trying to make a comeback.
"Religious Freedom" Laws Don't Legalize LGBT Discrimination. That's Already Legal in Most of America.
The reality is so much worse than one Indiana law.
The cause is much more complex than that.
The South African comic can bring "The Daily Show" fresher targets than Fox News.
Cynthia Ozick's argument makes no sense in today's literary economy.
But will it matter?
What do you learn when you use your own body in your research?
How taking sexual discrimination claims public forces cultural change.