July 29, 2015
There's nothing wrong with that. But cutting the line, and leaving a mess? How rude.
The White House says a final climate plan will be stronger than the draft. Will it?
National Review's Bad Conscience
Why the magazine is quick to accuse liberals of fascism and Nazism.
Encouraging people to see their priorities reflected in distant tragedies is a valuable thing, but only when the connections are real.
Pope Francis Against the World
The backlash from liberals and conservatives alike is good for his mission.
July 28, 2015
How many different ways can she say "no comment"? Let's count them.
The number of "compound flood events" has increased in coastal American cities in the past century.
In Intersection’s first episode, Alexander Chee and Linda Villarosa talk marriage equality, Kimberle Crenshaw explains the origins of intersectionality, and a surprise guest talks about growing up in a queer family.
Obama wants to fix his immigration policy, but Republicans might make it worse.
July 27, 2015
The law passed at a time when Republicans weren’t unanimously opposed to using federal power in service of the common good.