March 03, 2018 Archive March 2018

Are the Academy Awards ready for #MeToo?

If you want to know how to stop school shootings, ask the Secret Service

America's richest 2% made more money in 2017 than the cost of the entire safety net

Get ready for Trump 2020, Democrats

A speech by Putin heats up a global arms race in hypersonic weapons

This DSLR remote will change how you take photos

This blanket helps improve blood flow and muscle recovery

The ignored war within: America's addiction to violence starts young

Why Trump may usher in the biggest gas tax hike ever

Closing the circle of collusion

#MeToo in the sciences: female researchers are often harassed, new investigation finds

Lehigh professors explain why they voted to revoke Trump's honorary doctorate

Democrats want to flip the script on reproductive freedom

All talk, little action: How Trump bungled an opioid fix

Why we need rise-up economics, not trickle-down

Why Americans are such easy targets for trolls and bots

Roy Moore wants you to help him pay his legal fees

"The Young Karl Marx," Raoul Peck and radical filmmaking

These five states have seen the most rapid increases in homelessness over the past decade

A touch of bourbon helps plan a red-carpet-worthy Oscars party

"Two societies, one black, one white" — the Kerner Commission’s prophetic warnings

Census rushes to respond to request to add citizenship question

Kushner faces scrutiny over whether his business ties impacted Trump's policies

How Xi Jinping’s "lifetime presidency" could change China — for better or worse

A new study claims most Uber and Lyft drivers earn less than minimum wage

Ding dong! The Obamacare tax penalty is(n’t) dead

No fairy tale: "The Magicians" conjures empowerment after violation

Ira Kaplan on Yo La Tengo's Sprawling "There's A Riot Going On"

Man shoots himself to death in front of the White House

The tech moguls driving mass layoffs in the economy want universal basic income as a cure

Stevie Wonder: Signed, concealed and delivered

Bill Maher lays into Republicans for deciding that "treason is better than working with Democrats"

“The Looming Tower”: A pre-9/11 thriller for the post-facts world

"We regret to inform you that your husband has been killed"