The curse of Santayana in the age of climate change.
Inside his rise and fall.
The new speech wars are a push and pull between individuals, governments and platforms. At the center of this is attorney Marc Randazza, fighting for Nazis, satanists and unapologetic trolls.
Whelan, a conservative lawyer and a close friend of Brett Kavanaugh, wrote a Twitter thread publicly accusing one of Kavanaugh's classmates, a private citizen, of being Christine Blasey Ford's real assailant.
With skepticism growing around this costly 76-year old machine, and heads of state including German chancellor Angela Merkel, Chinese president Xi Jinping and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau skipping UNGA, the question is: Do we still need the UN?
Though Donald Trump has made it into a catchphrase, he didn't come up with the metaphor "drain the swamp."
A liberal's search for God and faith in a divided country.
"I can't believe this needs saying, but: It's never okay to try to rape somebody, not even in high school."
Art is imitating life, as the tension between generations is beginning to boil over into new works of fiction and nonfiction alike. But are young people and their retiring parents really so different?
On Jill Lepore's "These Truths" and the myths on which the United States is built.
Civility will never defeat fascism, no matter what The Economist thinks.
Genetically engineering a smarter population to fend off existential catastrophe isn't the worst idea, but it has some caveats.
One flipped and is cooperating with the government, the other is close to having the government flip on him.
In a tell-all memoir, the pornographic actor Stormy Daniels details salacious descriptions of her time with Donald Trump, wonders if he is fit to be president and claims he offered to cheat for her in his reality TV show.
The public's response to looting in the literal wake of immense human tragedy and emergency proves how the carceral state is embedded within every citizen.
Kavanaugh will reportedly return to the Senate Judiciary Committee next Monday to testify about allegation that he sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl at a party when he was 17.
On Kavanaugh, Ghomeshi and who gets to tell the story.
What does the press secretary believe in — other than defending the President's every word?
President Trump's bid to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was thrown into uncertainty on Sunday as a woman came forward with explosive allegations that Mr. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers more than three decades ago.
Earlier this summer, Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to a senior Democratic lawmaker alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than three decades ago, when they were high school students in suburban Maryland.
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