November 08, 2015 Archive November 2015

"SNL's" inexplicable Trump fiasco: Why the Donald's unprecedented hosting gig deserves all the criticism

Rhiannon Giddens: "Songs don't change anything; they inspire people to change things"

#MerryChristmas Starbucks! Watch the absurd "war on Christmas" call-to-arms over red coffee cups

"He had a vision for rock ‘n’ roll long before the music existed": Peter Guralnick digs deep into the history of the man who made Elvis Presley

There is sex after childbirth: What to expect in the bedroom when you're done expecting

The Hero's Journey: The idea you never knew had shaped "Star Wars"

You gotta love a great literary hoax: Abe Lincoln and JFK get the "lost letters" treatment

Our stuff is burying us alive: Hoarding and the mountains of garbage we call "collections"

I was determined to be a great mother and a loving daughter: This was easier said than done

"I wish I could be white for one day": Women reveal a gut-wrenching secret

The wing-nut's answer to "P.C. police": Why Quentin Tarantino really became the subject of conservative outrage

George Will's had enough lying: His battle with Bill O'Reilly is finally an intellectual battle to reclaim the GOP from Fox News

You know Ben Carson is crazy, right? Let's discuss the craziest things he actually believes

Donald Trump's epic "SNL" fail: At least Larry David played Bernie Sanders again

Love can get you high: New research reveals its incredible effect on the brain

"The N-word is a horrible word, but how is it a threat?": The search for justice after a terrifying racial violation

Ads for erectile dysfunction, breast augmentation, no problem. Where are the ads for an essential women's service?

White Republicans are revolting: They keep winning elections, and keep getting angrier

They want kids to be robots: Meet the new education craze designed to distract you from overtesting

“SNL”'s Donald Trump trainwreck: Welcoming a racist megalomaniac under the guise of edgy humor blew up in the show's face

"I don't call it profiling. I call it good police work": When a Georgia official challenged her county's entrenched racism