August 03, 2014 Archive August 2014

Fracking's untold health threat: How toxic contamination is destroying lives

What TV and movies think school plays are like

Everything you've heard about millennials is wrong

"The Lottery": Lifetime's dystopian disaster tries to reverse-engineer prestige TV

My life is a Bravo reality show: How "Jersey Belle" smooths over my hometown's poisonous history

Climate change could make cheap travel a thing of the past

AP Top Sports News At 9 p.m. EDT

Gaza health official says 10 dead after strike near UN school

How did things get this bad? Polarization, dysfunction and the collapse of everything

In the age of Reddit, can the Internet ever really grow up?

Ayn Rand's libertarian "Groundhog Day": Billionaire greed, deregulation and the myth that markets aren't free enough

Wingnuts' economic hysteria metastasizes: How it could set us back years

From "Scalped" to "Thief of Thieves": The most engrossing crime comics in history

New York City's appalling "poor door" fiasco

Strike in Gaza near U.N. school leaves 10 dead, 35 wounded

The raging contradiction at the heart of the conservative "reform" movement

NYPD drags a 48-year-old naked woman from her apartment as neighbors protest and tape arrest

We must consider Gaza images: It's OK to wonder about the lives of the dead -- it makes us human, and it makes us understand

How the FBI is creating terrorists

Creationist Ken Ham responds to Neil deGrasse Tyson and "messed up" Bill Maher

Great for the Tea Party, bad for the people: How the 1 percent conquered Internet activism

Texas firearms instructor accidentally shoots himself while teaching family how to clean and shoot pistol

Renisha McBride was an unarmed black teenager, too

Pick your doomsday: 9 end-of-the-world theories that will haunt your dreams

Despite Donald Trump's objections, Americans with Ebola returning to the United States for treatment