November 27, 2017 Archive November 2017

An affordable housing movement is rising from the wreckage of the foreclosure crisis

The new hobby of the super-rich: Hunting aliens

12 therapeutic house plants that can boost physical health, emotional well-being and brain power

Toilet training 101 for parents who need to relax

Behind America's silent occupation of the Amazon

Democrats be warned: Your corporate education reform isn't enough

HIV drugs control disease – for those who can afford them

Shock, awe and net neutrality: Decoding the FCC's controversial order

How the Camelot myth was born: Reflections on JFK's public execution

Progressives should do more than defend immigration — we should celebrate it

The backlash against the bullies: Why the resistance is slowly working

The rehabilitation of George W. Bush has gone quite well so far

Sinclair’s conservative news takeover will rock 15 regions

The New York Times just taught us how not to profile a Nazi sympathizer

Tillerson and Trump wreak havoc at State: It's a right-wing tradition

Donald Trump is spurring a legal battle over the future of the CFPB

Al Franken doesn't know if more groping allegations will come out

Let's take another look at the GOP's terrible tax bill, which could be passed or killed this week

Big, tough Anthony Scaramucci threatens to sue university newspaper over op-ed

Net neutrality repeal's opponents are speaking up — especially tech giants

The Koch Brothers purchase interest in Time Inc.

Cyber Monday deals on a robust Apple-alternative smartwatch

Those "Fake News Trophy" stories reveal the worst part of Donald Trump's Twitter obsession

CNN's Chris Cuomo is having none of Trump's "Access Hollywood" tape backtracking

How social media, and Kim Kardashian, could help an imprisoned former teen sex worker get justice

Roy Moore claims a vast conspiracy against him in new ad

Susan Sarandon still can't admit we'd be better off with Clinton as president

Trump calls Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas" during tribute to Navajo WWII veterans

Bernie Sanders could be running again in 2020, and that opens a can of worms

John Conyers may reveal a troubling Democratic double standard

It's perfectly okay not to give a hoot about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Breitbart editor uses Ringo Starr song to defend Roy Moore from sex-abuse allegations

Right-wing plant tries, fails to dupe the Washington Post with a false Roy Moore story

"Word-for-word:" Alex Jones boasts that Donald Trump repeats things the host tells him

"The Lost Tapes: Patty Hearst" shines a jaundiced light on celebrity culture