November 17, 2018 Archive November 2018

Stan Lee, me, and the liberal Jewish identity that binds us

Music also matters in the real world

After all their recent scandals, do you still trust Facebook?

Salon's reader comments of the week: "I'm not ashamed to be disturbed by bigotry"

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The International Monetary Fund flexes its muscles in Latin America

Watch this Al-Jazeera reporter demonstrate the right way to interview a Trump defender

How American tax laws encourage inequality

Orange County goes all blue: Last House seats fall and a GOP bastion is vanquished

These headphones use 3 drivers to showcase immersive audio

Why every Democrat in Congress should support Bernie Sanders’ minimum wage bill

Slow motion civil war

There’s more to health care access than pre-existing conditions

Creating a common-good politics

The future of artificial intelligence depends on human wisdom

How did Sam Bee's "Full Frontal" find its brilliant voice? By amplifying the unheard

The election cleared the way for bold climate policy in these 6 states

Steve McQueen on "Widows": "It is an emotional awakening for these women"

Québec’s push to ban the hijab is "sexularism"

Bird e-scooters launches campaign to come to New York

"The casting couch is real": Author Karina Longworth on Hollywood's long history of power abuse

Pioneering sociologist foresaw our current chaos 100 years ago

Why comments sections must die

Shift your state of mind with engineered playlists

Humanity under threat from antibiotic-resistant infections

Smart Watch: "My Brilliant Friend" and "Escape at Dannemora" mark the start of awards (bait) season

Alton Brown is wrong, listen to The New York Times' Sam Sifton & stop brining your Thanksgiving bird

Months after Hurricane Florence, undocumented farmworkers still struggle to recover