December 31, 2017 Archive December 2017

Evangelical Christianity is facing a political crisis

Best essays of 2017: A borderline intimate education

New Year’s Eve party in Berlin will have ‘safe zone’ for possible sexual assault victims

A (scientific) defense of the Brussels sprout

Stop excluding people with disabilities from science

Mike Pence's vacation neighbors trolled him with ‘Make America Gay Again’ sign

Fifty facts reminding us New Year’s Eve isn't all it's cracked up to be

Why most of us lean to the right when we kiss

Seeing the unseen in Ukraine: Why is America sending arms?

Russia or tax cuts: Are MSNBC's corporate bosses causing a coverage dilemma?

The 10 most ridiculous things media figures said about climate change and the environment in 2017

Looking at the states Trump visited most in 2017 tells us something about his priorities

GOP tax plan ignites widespread confusion, as property owners rush for 2018 payments

What we discovered during a year of documenting hate

Where have all the pussyhats gone?

Former Joint Chiefs of Staff chair: We've never been closer to nuclear war with North Korea

10 good things about a terrible year

Looking back at 2017: A shape-shifting year that promises big change ahead

Anthony Scaramucci: Donald Trump's view on climate change would surprise people

Make self-compassion your top New Year's resolution

Six actresses who taught us how to deal with Hollywood misogyny in 2017

The top ten U.S. drug policy stories of 2017

How legal marijuana will change California in 2018

1 sheriff's deputy killed, several injured after shooting in Colorado

11 essential investigative podcasts, from Philando Castile's death to "Cosby Unraveled"

Amazon’s second headquarters may create jobs, but it will also drive inequality and housing crises

Why Silicon Valley loves to stereotype the Sherpa

Protests in Iran continue, despite crackdown warnings and social media restrictions

The National Rifle Association’s first year as Trump propagandists

Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch: "You've gotta have your radar up and your ears wide open"

How America's morning pot of joe became "coffee for one"