March 05, 2017 Archive March 2017

With "Feud: Bette and Joan," a Hollywood rivalry for the ages becomes an epic TV experience

Try before you buy: 4 companies revolutionizing recruitment, hiring processes

James Franco defends himself against the haters: "I can’t and won’t let it kill my spirit"

The Media’s Rapid Retreat

Batwoman and Midnighter: DC’s two badass, Batman-ish, gay characters you should be reading

The Golden State of hate: “I don’t need to serve you anymore. We’re trying to make America great again”

Trans-ported: the power of walking in someone else’s shoes

"You can’t play basketball anymore": What kind of life doesn't include the court?

Japan’s long history of blurred sexualities and gender-bending

My first time using the men's room

Trump wins no matter what: The president's 10 steps for turning lies into half-truths

Bad Trump, good Trump: The president is a master at softening up the opposition

Vladimir Putin has a plan to upend the political order of the Middle East. Spoiler alert: It's working

Here's the key to Trump's outrageous lies: He sells them with conviction

You can't argue with "support the troops": How intelligent debate over military policy, defense spending and war shuts down

Why Yale should shun Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman

WATCH: Smuggling percentage: Major League Baseball player says he ate his passport to flee Cuba

WATCH: Life is like a box of racist chocolates for Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions

Fox in the henhouse: Will incoming EPA chief Scott Pruitt endanger recent progress in humane farming?

WATCH: Donald Trump, Jr. and Eric Trump talk dad's business, with Cheerios

Who wins? Donald Trump vs. the Koch Brothers on jobs

Trump and Mussolini: The same, only different? Eleven key lessons from historical fascism

President Pence's problems: Indiana Democrats say VP was "the worst governor we ever had"

From protests to the polls, Democrats rebuild the party through local elections

America's infrastructure disaster — and why Donald Trump will do nothing to fix it

Ask Donald Trump anything: "Doesn’t freedom of speech extend to perjury?"

WATCH: Clapper denies Trump's wiretap allegations; Sunday pundits say tweet-storm meant to sidetrack Russia probe