March 31, 2018 Archive March 2018

Wilbur Ross overruled career officials at Census Bureau to add citizenship question

Lying is a fundamental part of American police culture

Why can't we talk about reparations? A congressional candidate broaches an unmentionable topic

Same old song from automakers: "we can’t do it"

Don’t ask, don’t tell Part Deux

The congressional map is even more rigged in favor of Republicans than you realize

The everyday ethical challenges of self-driving cars

We have failed our kids: Is it time for a Young People's Campaign?

Morphine, mercenaries and cash: My secret Cold War mission in the Congo

Trump’s go-it-alone approach to China trade ignores WTO’s better way to win

How they made Germany great again: The Nazi social media campaign of 1932

Why Wikipedia often overlooks stories of women in history

Is it time to delete Facebook?

MS-13 is a street gang, not a drug cartel — and the difference matters

"Legion" season 2 and the art of depicting sanity in a mad world

Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistani hometown

Jonathan Ames on what it took to make Joaquin Phoenix's cold-blooded character

A guide to talking about climate change like a Trump official

The soft burn of "Whiskey & Ribbons": Talking to Leesa Cross-Smith about her debut novel

Sustainable cities need more than parks, cafes and a riverwalk

The Year Abba channeled Phil Spector and conquered the world

Advocates raise awareness for equality on International Transgender Day of Visibility

Time to rethink how we talk about older people

Artists transformed a Trump hotel suite into an art exhibit with rats

Should public transit be free?

Red flags in writing class: Surviving their violent fantasies and targeted rage