Does the New York Times’ executive editor Dean Baquet really expect us to believe that he didn’t realize white Trump supporters are racist?
After nearly five years of being on edge, this is what it might take to reset our brains.
When we go to the polls, by mail or by booth between now and November, we are casting a ballot to save our Democracy.
Trump got into the Oval Office by hating our last president. Now that he doesn’t have Obama or Hillary, he’s set his sights on four congresswomen of color—especially Rep. Ilhan Omar. Will it backfire?
The media often minimizes women's rage as a fad, from the #MeToo movement to assault claims against the U.S. president, even by high-profile figures like columnist E. Jean Carroll. Are we on the cusp of revolt, or historical erasure?
The GOP may be up in arms over AOC’s calling migrant detention centers “concentration camps.” But what do you call it when kids are literally being held in WWII-era Japanese internment camps?
Affordable, quality health care has always been a challenge for people with disabilities. But will government-funded health care address these issues—or make them worse?
The more despotically Trump behaves, the more forcefully Senate Republicans display their loyalty to him and betray the country. And the Dems aren’t fighting back vigorously enough.
The meme-ready sight of eyerolling congresswomen in white and Nancy Pelosi’s clap-back was empowering. But this administration is a multi-pronged war against women and they may just triumph.
Bingeing on the ‘Law & Order’ franchise can be a comfort if you let yourself fantasize about how the lieutenant would put the cuffs on a rogue administration.