March 19, 2017 Archive March 2017

Author Sharon Begley on why we "Can't. Just. Stop." being compulsive

The old, dirty, creaky US electric grid would cost $5 trillion to replace. Where should infrastructure spending go?

There's a lot more oil to keep in the ground all of a sudden

Yes means know: Respect, ravishment and the non-con job of being a wanton woman

Real Estate returns in new form, with new sound

Debunking the "gaydar" myth

Of mice and murder, and Ronald Reagan

WATCH: Pentagon issues new warning to March Madness fanatics

Chuck Berry dead at 90: Heartbroken internet reacts, and is thankful for his long run

Could the individual insurance market collapse in some states?

Trump’s planned military buildup is based on faulty claims, not good strategy

Fake news has a long history in the Middle East — and the lessons for Americans are unmistakably dire

So much for the Russian threat: Putin slashes defense spending while Trump plans massive buildup

WATCH: Journalism used to fight for the working man, now it's a bastion of "trust fund kids"

Trump's ruined credibility: What happens when the White House just can't be trusted?

WATCH: Baby boomer politicians have got to go

Trumpcare, Ryancare, Trashcare: While the GOP celebrates its found money, the poor will get sicker and die

The power of ordinary people facing totalitarianism

Can smarter clickbait save us?

Damage control: How does Donald Trump convince Americans he's not an anti-Semite when he's surrounded by them?

Hot food, fast: The home microwave oven turns 50

Paranoia, conspiracy theory and a plan to make America great again: The Illuminati panic of the 1790s

Calculating better, cheaper and well-planned school bus routes

Ask Donald Trump anything! Parenting tips, legal advice and the one character defect he can't forgive

The affordable-art paradox: Do reasonable prices make pieces of art less desirable?

Robert Reich: Reflections on the worst parts of Trump's bonkers budget

Eat (like) the rich: Our celebrity cookbook obsessions, ourselves