The bombing at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester was an act of terrorism on youth—specifically a deadly assault on girls and girl culture, and we cannot ignore the misogynist message.
He loomed, lied, gaslighted, threatened to jail his opponent, snorted, even dissed his running mate. But did Donald Trump win over undecided voters?
Last night's acceptance speech portrayed a country that is on the precipice of collapse. And only a Roger Ailes–created monster can save us. In a single day, apparently.
The GOP thrives on stoking fears of the American public. And with the Orlando tragedy, they can conveniently hide their homophobia behind Islamophobia.
The writer appreciates how powerful a gun can make her feel. But it is imperative we let go of the good guy with a gun fantasy if we want to live to see another day.
This Beirut-based reporter's Syrian friends empathize with Paris's victims. But will Parisians sympathize with the growing number of refugees created by France's airstrikes?
When an outpouring of social-media support for the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks gives way to grief-shaming, are we losing sight of our humanity?
It's tempting to compare the Syrian terrorists—who are forcing women's clinics to close—to Republicans. But ISIS is far worse than anything we can imagine.
Republicans claim they're up in arms over Clinton’s “incendiary” remarks. But if any of them want a shot at the White House, they might want to consider what she actually did say.
"Appalled" by James Foley's murder, the president has vowed to be "vigilant and relentless." Doesn't the murder of Mike Brown warrant his rage and vigilance, too?