December 11, 2016 Archive December 2016

Ecstacy drug reborn as medicine: How MDMA is being used to treat trauma

Ballad of a Bin Man: A.J. Weberman, the man who says he’s behind Bob Dylan’s Nobel Award for Literature

Win Ben Stein's friendship: After Donald Trump's election, people don't want to hang around him anymore

Ivanka Trump as first lady-daughter kills all hope for a Melania-run East Wing

"Moonlight" and "Loving": Film as symbolic resistance in the age of Trump

The cold comforts of "Designated Survivor" and "Madam Secretary"

Trump expected to tap Exxon's Tillerson for State Dept. post

Nada Surf rocks: Why the indie band, with a new live record, is one of life's great pleasures

Live spontaneously: Your weekend could actually be ruined by making fun plans

Stop saying you're "from the 'hood": Guys who are really from the 'hood never say this

Clinton’s inaugural address: What Hillary should say right before Donald Trump takes the stage

The conservative formula is wrong: Why liberal states won America's tax experiment

Media, morality and the neighbor’s cow: When did Ayn Rand become the Republican Party's bible?

Big Republican donors are even more extreme than their party — and they drive its agenda

Custody in crisis: How family courts nationwide put children in danger

WATCH: Jake Tapper and Bryan Cranston talk drugs on SNL: "I am the one who knocks"

Meet the 10 shadowy groups that snuck into your state races

WATCH: John Cena hosts SNL - shows brains, brawn and his bananas

All "fake news" is not equal — but smart or dumb, it all grows from the same root

Donald Trump's winner-takes-all wasteland: America will never be "great" if we continue to worship the hustle

Protect your privacy during Trump's reign: A hacker's guide to being cyber-safe

From the "Battle in Seattle" to Donald Trump: Remember when the anti-globalists were left-wing radicals?

Look Again: The week's most compelling images from around the globe

Alexander Hamilton explains the Electoral College: A way of opposing "cabal, intrigue, and corruption"