November 02, 2013
The uprisings now sometimes collectively called “The Arab Spring” seemed at first like stories about the political and economic empowerment of young people.
November 01, 2013
Who could be more American than an oil baron?
Such legal acknowledgement of the existence of intersex conditions, which have been known about for all recorded history, comes surprisingly late. Germany is the first country in Europe, and only the second in the world after Australia, to pass such a law.
Thursday night, the U.S.
October 31, 2013
The Amazon Guide to Tax-Dodging
And what to do when government catches up.
Hillary Clinton is a bigger favorite to be the next president than any non-incumbent in history at a comparable time in the election cycle.
What do Americans think about dressing in blackface or as a racial stereotype for halloween?
President Obama on Friday acknowledged that some people are losing their current health plans because those plans don't live up to the Obamacare's standards for benefits and pricing.
Solo cups are usually the domain of college kids at keg parties, but they’ve been in the news lately thanks to a very different demographic: politicians.
The End of the Rainbow
Big cities are turning against Bloomberg-style mayors. This 1993 TNR piece explains why we first turned to them.