July 11, 2017 Archive July 2017

CNN's "man of the resistance" is the person most responsible for Trump being president

How bills to replace Obamacare would especially harm women

Five questions for Trump’s FBI director nominee Christopher Wray

Want a satisfying relationship? Don’t present yourself as a sex object

The odds are not in favor of working mothers

How brands turn customers into devoted followers

America hits peak anti-intellectualism: Majority of Republicans now think college is bad

With staged reenactment of DNC staffer’s death, Seth Rich “truthers” enter a new phase of obsession

Hotspots for gun violence track closely with racist redlining policies of the past

Putin’s flacks: Russia’s stealth public relations war

Millennials are the biggest public library visitors

Donald Trump Jr. knew Russia was trying to help the Republican nominee, met anyway: report

Donald Trump Jr. crashes and burns: Supposedly smart presidential son finds himself at the center of the storm

Stephen Colbert "isn't a least bit surprised" about the Donald Trump Jr. situation

Donald Trump's troll army is attacking civil servants who they view as a threat

Sean Hannity blames Democrats for the Donald Trump Jr. problems

Meet the $2 Million iPhone Case

Need a Mental Break? There's an App for That

David Brooks: Friend with no benefits

Blackwater founder Erik Prince wants America's Afghanistan strategy outsourced

Watch Kit Harrington of "Game of Thrones" audition for Daenerys, Cersei, your heart

Kermit the Frog's voice actor is leaving after 27 years without explanation

Emails reveal Donald Trump Jr. wanted to work with Russia to get Hillary Clinton dirt

Sebastian Gorka says Trump Jr.'s meeting isn't a big deal: That's "what political campaigns do"

These are the most (and least) expensive places to live in the U.S.

Here is Donald Trump Jr. last year saying that Russia isn't trying to get Donald Trump elected

Report: Wonder Woman may take on the Russians in sequel

Pioneering queer show "The L Word" to return as a sequel series

Maisie Williams of "Game of Thrones" slams Hollywood for sexualizing young women

Mark Meadows: I'll shut down the government if Trump's border wall isn't funded

Chris Christie hosts sports talk radio program, meets caller who trolls him about beach closures

Blogger completely debunks claim Amelia Earhart was a Japanese prisoner

Pepe the Frog's creator raises $20,000 to reclaim him from the alt-right

Ant civilization depends on intricate system of odors, scientists find

Newspapers seek antitrust exemptions to fight Google and Facebook

Donald Trump Jr. likely committed a federal offense: experts

Republicans in Congress don't see collusion in Donald Trump Jr.'s Russian email chain

WATCH: Syrian refugees and mental health: "We can’t leave them stranded simply because we don’t see that wound on their face"

"National Review" mansplainer tries to take down Bechdel Test with "cowboy test"

"Trump Jr. burns GOP defenders": Even Fox News can't spin the Russian email story away

Trump applauds his "high-quality" son for "his transparency" — after Don Jr. changes his story four times

Salon's author questionnaire: "Everyone appreciates a short book"

With Haim's "Something to Tell You," the soft-rock revival hits its peak

"Salvation" gives us the fantasy of ending with a bang in a story that whimpers

“Insane in Moscow": The unbelievable but partly true story of the zany English publicist, the Azerbaijani pop sensation and the “high-quality” presidential offspring