Mental Illness Doesn't Negate Political Motive
June 21, 2015
Dylann Roof and the intersection of psychology and extremist ideology.
No criminal charges are expected.
Which Is Scarier, Clowns or Zombies? A Debate to the Death.
October 30, 2014
One laughs. One moans.
Mexico's President Must Not Ignore This Mass Grave of College Kids—or the Corruption It Represents
October 10, 2014
43 students were marched to their deaths—by cops acting on orders from above.
Ferguson Protesters Want the Grand Jury to Deliver "Justice." Here Are Two Reasons They Might Not Get It.
August 20, 2014
The evidence is ambigous and the prosecutor may be ambivalent
A Young Lee Harvey Oswald's Brief, Troubled Life in New York City
November 10, 2013
It was a happy moment when twelve-year-old Lee Harvey Oswald and his half-brother, John Edward Pic, met up in the streets of New York in 1952.
Truman Capote's 'In Cold Blood': "This is Reddiwip writing"
September 30, 2013
Though In Cold Blood received near-universal praise upon publication—and is generally regarded as the first of its kind, a non-fiction novel—not every critic was immediately enamored of it.