Politics

July 11, 2014

Science Is Not About Certainty
The separation of science and the humanities is relatively new—and detrimental to both
3:05 PM

The separation of science and the humanities is relatively new—and detrimental to both.

Fine, Republicans, Play Politics With the Border Crisis. But How About Some Solutions, Too?
10:55 AM

How do Republicans want to handle the 50,000-plus migrant children who have already entered the U.S.?

Here's What We Can Do About the Border Crisis Right Now
There are no easy solutions, but there are some clear first steps
7:50 AM

In my business, I’m supposed to have this all figured out. I don’t.

July 10, 2014

John Roberts' Supreme Court Is the Most Meddlesome in U.S. History
How radical libertarianism is reshaping the bench
8:00 PM

How radical libertarianism is reshaping the bench.

John Boehner's Lawsuit Against Obama Proves the President Isn't Lawless
7:50 PM

It turns out Obama's vast and indisputable misconduct is limited to this one thing, according to John Boehner.

The Immigration Case Backlog Just Hit an All-Time High
1:50 PM

An already terrible problem just got a whole lot worse.

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Became the Most Popular Woman on the Internet
Web culture's revolutionary celebration of powerful female leaders
12:12 PM

How web culture learned to celebrate powerful female politicians.

Obamacare Is Working, But Some Insurers Are Behaving Badly
8:03 AM

Many more Americans are getting health coverage, but some of their insurers aren't behaving very well.

Republicans' Battle Plan for Reform Hasn't Changed—Only Its Chance of Winning Has
7:00 AM

If the Republicans capture control of government in 2016, they'll enact the Ryan budget, and reform conservatives will be thrilled.

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