April 11, 2015 Archive April 2015

This is what white supremacy looks like: A party at the Bundy Ranch, a funeral in North Charleston

"The GOP has scores of racists": A former Bush official condemns modern Republican orthodoxy

AP Top Sports News At 5 p.m. EDT

An Oklahoma KFC plays porn for its customers: The week in weird news

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Cheryl Strayed, Noah Baumbach and Sean Penn: 8 great movies about leaving home to find yourself

HBO's "Silicon Valley" leans in: The bro-tastic startup culture confronts its woman problem in season 2

Barack Obama's hip-hop fandom: ‘‘In my first term, I sang Al Green. In my second term, I’m going with Young Jeezy’’

"We go to really dark, awful places": "Veep" star Matt Walsh on improv, political humor and the early days of the Upright Citizens Brigade

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"There are no lost causes; there are causes waiting to be won": Katrina vanden Heuvel on 150 years of The Nation

Bill Maher's epic new anti-religion critique: "People say ISIS hijacked Islam. Actually the opposite is true"

Why America hates its poor

Fareed Zakaria tees off on Bill Maher: "You're not persuading people. You're getting applause lines in the West"

How the South could have been saved: Abraham Lincoln's last speech, and a vision unrealized

The ghost of Lehman Brothers haunts American higher education

The 1 percent are parasites: Debunking the lies about free enterprise, trickle-down, capitalism and celebrity entrepreneurs

Bill Clinton's surprising faith: From childhood through Monica Lewinsky, the real story of the president's belief in God

The best Paul Westerberg songs you never heard: A journey through his surprise 2008 solo gems

This is how the oligarchy wins: Money, politics, and the perils of part-time lawmakers

We gotta get out of this place: The GOP's war fixation and the lingering curse of Vietnam

Corporate America's equal-rights farce: The truth behind its Indiana opposition

AP Top Sports News At 1:42 p.m. EDT

"Everyone who considers himself a revolutionary should be armed": Bill Ayers, the Weathermen and the Days of Rage

America's insidious drone dependence: Why there's no going back

Invasive species will save us: The new way we must think about the environment now