August 20, 2017 Archive August 2017

Do college presidents still matter?

The damage we do to boys and men that explains the Trump presidency

As Houston plots a sustainable path forward, it’s leaving this neighborhood behind

When all the world’s a war: A history of declared and undeclared wars on enemies real and imagined

"An Inconvenient Sequel" conveniently leaves out one big truth

Van Jones: "There was only one white guy in Hillary Clinton's ad — and it was Donald Trump"

Brexit and Ireland: Britain's troubled relationship with the island next door is a problem again

Here's how Sean Hannity's Charlottesville propaganda works

Trump loves the Confederacy? Since when does he like losers?

Waiting for a grown-up to occupy the White House

Salon Stage: Vitamin String Quartet blends chamber music with pop in an exclusive set

"Looming danger" in Missouri: Why the NAACP says the state is dangerous

Cities need more than air conditioning to get through future heat waves

Trump and the Nazis: Our troll-in-chief has a deep affinity with the alt-right — and with their ancestors

Dick Gregory, comedian and civil rights activist, died Saturday at 84

Can Disney fix its broken "Princess Culture"?

A claustrophobic tour de force, "Clash's" director talks film and the fate of Egypt's revolution

First signs of Trump support fading in Rust Belt battleground states: new poll

How Donald Trump killed the conservative promise of Pax Americana

Back to the progressive future: It's not too late to overcome the mistakes of the Clinton era

Brian Stelter opens Sunday show by asking if President Trump has a mental "illness"

We're supposed to be a democracy, but half the GOP is ok with postponing 2020's election

Charlottesville, "happiest city in America" — but for whom?

How we lost the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

Jerry Falwell: President Trump "doesn't say what's politically correct, he says what's in his heart"

8 great pop-culture podcasts to keep you up to date on TV, movies, music and more

Why shifting regulatory power to the states won’t improve the environment

"Survivor's Remorse": Real comedy that finds honest laughter in pain

What the Safdie brothers’ crime caper “Good Time” says about America in 2017

With Charlottesville attack, NRATV confronted with terrorism it doesn’t want to hype

There's a big fight brewing between 1 billionaire and 2 million school kids in Illinois

One more thing we love about Issa Rae: How "Insecure" showcases black artists

Jerry Lewis, comedian and showman, dead at 91

Salon talks to writer Scot Armstrong about working with "The Diceman"

In defense of Solitaire, the “perfect game”: Mindfulness, video games and the importance of downtime

Welfare as we know it now: 6 questions answered

The world according to bikers: A Sturgis Motorcycle Rally report on the state of the union