July 22, 2017 Archive July 2017

WATCH: Getting naked and painted: Bodypainting Day celebrates inner beauty, too

Deeply unpopular, DeVos and ALEC in lockstep in trying to destroy public education

What Trump’s Putin love reveals about conservatives

Draining the swamp — of brainpower: Trump's corrupt administration is fueled by anti-intellectualism

This week in Donald Trump's conflicts of interest: Trump properties flourish in Trump era

Sexual violence on campus must not be tolerated — but using Title IX as a censorship tool is not the answer

Hire power: Los Angeles employment program breaks new ground

Neck-deep in Russkies

At midway point, 2017 is second-hottest year on record

WATCH: Historian decodes Dunkirk, the Allied defeat that helped win World War II

Pardon-palooza: Trump could wreak havoc by abusing the presidential pardon

"The Daily Show" says goodbye to Sean Spicer with in memoriam tribute

Is America’s digital leadership on the wane?

Trump won on "white fright": Why identity politics win elections

Minneapolis police chief resigns following the shooting death of Justine Damond

They want to bust blue bubbles: Right-wing overrides of progressive local laws are on the rise

“This is what democracy looks like”: Why Black Lives Matter is a struggle to save our democracy

Washington, D.C. journalist Jim Vance dies at 75

Americans are quitting like crazy and that’s good news

Democrats are still chasing rural white voters, and it's a strategy doomed to fail

Fifty years of immoral occupation

Sexist "Doctor Who" haters don't just deserve our scorn, they need it

We need each other: Why people with disabilities should defend the rights of care workers

Federal investigators in Russia probe hope to flip Paul Manafort: report

How to re-watch “Entourage”

"Full transparency": Anthony Scaramucci informs Twitter that he's deleting old tweets in effort to be transparent

Was James Earl Ray innocent?

Congress agrees on Russia sanctions bill that will go to President Trump for his signature or veto

These preventive measures might help delay dementia or cognitive decline

With "Ozark," Jason Bateman takes a dramatic turn

Why "servant leaders" are so effective

“The Wrong Light”: Sex, lies and the story of Mickey Choothesa

The blurred boundaries of mothering an addict

The Bruce Springsteen concert that sparked a political firestorm in Reagan's America

WATCH: Female friendship is spectacular

Why longtime Sam fans should feel vindicated as "Game of Thrones" season 7 unspools

This army base once drove West Oakland’s economy. Now it drives discrimination.

His first run outside: 27 miles from prison to home