December 17, 2017 Archive December 2017

Heir apparent to Saudi throne on billion-dollar shopping spree

American Jews and charitable giving: An enduring tradition

Has the internet made us cold?

How to talk about sexual harassment with tweens and teens

How Coca-Cola invented Christmas as we know it

This portable battery pack charges up to 3 devices at once

President Trump’s national monument rollback is illegal

Tired of waiting for the feds, local groups target menthol cigarettes

Trump's Jerusalem fumble: If the U.S. is out as a Mideast broker, who's in?

"Saturday Night Live" tackles a very Donald Trump Christmas

Steve Bannon discloses source of $2 million in personal debt

How the New York Times published the Pentagon Papers

Don’t worry, conservatives: 6 signs Christmas is alive and well

Republicans find their email scandal for Robert Mueller's investigation

What Trump’s declaration on Jerusalem means to Palestinians

How America's militaristic, capitalist culture led to Trump

The GOP's bad math puts 1.5 million acres of Alaskan wildlife refuge in jeopardy

I'm a Christian and I resist: Roy Moore and his ilk don't speak for all of us

Censure, don't impeach: It's the right approach on sexual harassment

Fox News goes all-in on claiming the FBI is attempting a "coup" against Trump

How the Nazis co-opted Christmas

The government is seriously investigating UFOs, New York Times finds

The GOP's 10 biggest social media blunders of 2017

Why bad apologies are worse than no apology at all

The 25 movies that made 2017 a turning point for women in film

Virginia's governor-elect angers Democrats by saying he won't push for Medicaid expansion

Hustling only makes you tired, not rich

"Gunpowder": Kit Harington's miniseries has more sizzle than bang

Here’s how a real lightsaber would fare in a Star Wars-style lightning attack

Seasoned pop enthusiasts Squeeze quietly had a banner 2017

Finnish master Aki Kaurismäki discusses his unsentimental refugee drama “The Other Side of Hope”