Roe has been under siege for decades, yet mainstream journalists are just now playing catch up—and it's leading to a lot of misinformation that could have dire consequences.
From anti-maskers and anti-vaxxers to legislators banning books and terrorizing trans kids, people are going out of their way to make life worse for everyone else. When did we stop caring for one another?
Are we really supposed to feel sorry for a college student who has the privilege and opportunity to publish an op-ed in the New York Times about self-censorship?
The just-asking-questions crowd, like "comedians" Joe Rogan and Whitney Cummings, wants you to think they're harmless. They're anything but.
Covid rates have never been higher. Yet people are behaving as if the pandemic is over. But with so much inscrutable advice, is it any wonder?
With most of us vaxxed and boosted, some of us are anxious about gathering with our FOX-watching families again. Can we set boundaries without being accused of "canceling" them?
Our cultural columnist, a recovering conservative, explores the motivation behind reactionary writer Bari Weiss's announcement of her new unaccredited university in Texas to counter so-called cancel culture.
Cancel culture’s critics make bad-faith arguments about censorship and worry about artists’ ability to rehabilitate their careers. But what about their fans, who are grappling with the grief of relinquishing a beloved relationship with their work?
Often formatted to stoke fear and keep audiences from flipping channels, broadcast news is heavy on soundbites and light on context.
The president has agreed to attend a media-sponsored event and suddenly news outlets are gushing that it's a possible truce. Now, when has Trump ever been kind to the press?