When we are living in a time when accepting and refuting facts have become a polarizing issue, is there a way to engage in meaningful dialogue with those across the aisle?
It didn't matter that Senator Harris was a strong candidate with a passionate base. The misogynoir of press coverage doomed her from the outset.
Why do we care whether Richard Spencer is articulate and dapper? It's time to stop critiquing news figures with our feelings instead of facts.
The U.S. has always depended on immigrant labor to remain competitive in science, technology, agriculture, and manufacturing. Trump closing the borders would be disastrous.
Donald Trump turned his fraud into free press and rode the wave of exposure all the way to the White House. But he's hardly the first to play this game—and he won't be the last.
News outlets are obsessed with Beto and Buttigieg, but it’s the five veteran female lawmakers running for the Dem presidential nomination who deserve deeper coverage. Where is it?
The 1983 TV film warned us about the consequences of a nuclear arms race. Could we be headed there again?
The smart, outspoken, social-media-savvy Democratic freshman congresswoman from Queens is confounding to Republican men, whose only response to strong, intelligent women is sexploitative vitriol.
Comedy is more than just a balm; for women, it may just be the one way to get America’s ear.
In the darkest times, laughter can serve as the best medicine. But it’s also a powerful tool for making people listen.