February 18, 2017 Archive February 2017

How robots could help chronically ill kids attend school

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

The Trump administration is giving cops unprecedented power

Congressional Republicans have an outline for their Obamacare replacement - and it leaves the poor holding the bag

Relentless toxicity: Wading through the AP's immigration scoop and the White House response

Divided, the unions are falling, as right-to-work laws are gaining ground

Largest branch of American Judaism opposes Trump envoy pick

Ted Nugent joins Kid Rock as potential candidate for U.S. Senate race in Michigan

Resistance recess: Activists gear up to pressure Republican lawmakers during congressional break

"Men and women see that relationships are not working out the way they used to": Verónica Echegui stars in “You’re Killing Me Susana”

We’re all livin’ on a prayer: How a hair band anthem from the least cool '80s rockers became a classic

WATCH: Finally! A co-working space for "sharks"

How a North Korean mountain and myth may have inspired murder

Washington may have finally found bipartisan consensus with Congressional Cannabis Caucus

Feds: Mexican gray wolves see increase in wild population

Biologists find weird cave life that may be 50,000 years old

WATCH: Hillary Clinton dines with “SNL” actress Kate McKinnon

Media Matters' Eric Boehlert on how journalists are getting it right: "A lot of journalists are doing the best they can"

Trump's entire campaign was a bait-and-switch: Washington's a mess, and it's all the president's fault

Big kahuna of climate indicators: This January was the third warmest on record globally

Out of darkness, light: Will the Trumpian nightmare lead to a real "political revolution" after all?

This week in Donald Trump's conflicts of interest: What a simple trademark can do to a president's foreign policy

A social conscience for the tech industry: Can companies help users cultivate healthier relationships with apps and devices?

Bright lights, big city: The Darfur teenager who came home a king

Trump, Putin and Flynnghazi: The president's apparent reversal on Russia and Crimea isn't all that hard to understand

WATCH: Bill Maher says liberals shouldn't be afraid of "impish, British fag" Yiannopoulos

Sincerely, Niccolo Machiavelli: An open letter to Donald Trump, from the guy who wrote the book on power moves

WATCH: Bill Maher calls President Trump's most recent press conference an "impromptu, 77-minute brain fart"

Trump's gift to Wall Street: When it comes to bank regulations, there's nobody better to consult than bankers themselves

Michael Flynn, right-wing hero: Will conservatives embrace him the way they did Ollie North?

#WhiteHouseSoWhite: "I Am Not Your Negro" illuminates America’s ongoing race problem

Robert Reich: We need answers to these 6 questions about Michael Flynn

From Edmund Burke to Mr. Burns: In the age of Trump, conservative thought has died at last

America comes in third: Trump's foreign policy is looking more and more like "China First," "Russia Second"

Bill Maher's public service: Milo Yiannopoulos isn't ready for "Real Time" and it shows

Netanyahu’s meeting with Trump: Good for Israeli-Palestinian peace?