December 16, 2018 Archive December 2018

What Fox News could learn about the "War on Christmas" from the Lower East Side

Wisconsin GOP’s power grab is a danger to democracy

Jeanine Pirro was paid to speak at GOP event with Kevin McCarthy — who thanked her the next day

News from the far side of nowhere: In a crippled world, all the news that’s fit to splint

Is the next Standing Rock looming in northern British Columbia?

Lessons of Maria Butina: Are men too easily flattered by young women to be trusted with power?

Make government shutdowns hurt

What story would Charles Dickens tell this Christmas if he visited New York City in Trump's America?

Brexit rooted more in elite politics than mass resentment

Climate hero Neil deGrasse Tyson may be a MeToo villain. What now?

The most influential designer of the twentieth century is finally getting his due

Is Obamacare going to be repealed? Probably not, experts say

Barry Jenkins: "'People in Korea don't want to watch black characters,' you can't say that anymore"

Philadelphia just passed the strongest fair scheduling law in the nation

Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney once called Trump a "terrible human being"

New vaccine may protect people with celiac disease from gluten exposure

Christian nationalists are trying to seize power — but progressives have a plan to fight back

Giuliani says Trump will only do in-person Mueller interview "over my dead body"

Congress likely to legalize hemp in farm bill. It should also heal USDA’s history of discrimination

"Hannity" substitute says that seven-year-old immigrant girl's death should be a warning

Diamonds are forever — whether made in a lab or mined from the earth

The regeneration of "Doctor Who": Jodie Whittaker's Time Lord proved the naysayers wrong

Trump adviser Stephen Miller threatens to do "whatever is necessary to build the border wall"

Honey-poached pears with burrata is winter’s new favorite dessert

How Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman split emotional labor and "the diva card"

One implant, two prices? It depends on who’s paying