November 10, 2019 Archive November 2019

Mothers and monsters: On writing through the terror of parenthood

Saeed Jones on "How We Fight For Our Lives" and writing with "skin in the game"

Shakespeare’s "The Tempest" explores colonialism, resistance and liberation

Here’s why colleges are being forced to close their doors—and what they can do to stay open

Power and lies: Who is responsible for protecting democracy?

Class warfare: Billionaires vs. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren

Oil lobbyist turned Interior chief proposes giving "coveted" contract to ex-client

Who is Rudy Giuliani's friend "Charles"? An accidental text may have outed his identity

Winter is coming: Castle Black, the Syrian withdrawal, and the battle of the bases

What’s in a name? Ghostly spirits stalk the medical literature

Bernie Sanders to Michael Bloomberg: "You ain't going to buy this election"

Try “Green Eggs and Ham,” Netflix’s kids series rich enough for an adult palate

Pete Buttigieg: Addressing racial disparities in police forces is a "national challenge"

Virginia's new blue wave: A portrait of things to come — or things left undone?

Sustainable halal meat is making inroads in Muslim communities

Netflix's "Unnatural Selection" ducks the big questions about gene editing

Peace advocates have long been found among veterans who fought in America’s wars

GOP senator who said Nancy Pelosi is "dumb" says quid pro quo concerns about Trump are "red herring"

Here's why Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency is worrying politicians and people worldwide

IBM vs. Google and the race to quantum supremacy

Finally “Rick and Morty” is back with the inspiring nihilism we crave

Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman says US still wants to stop ISIS in Syria despite troop withdrawal

Trifle is the epitome of unpretentious decadence — try this pumpkin toffee version today

How Knorr seasoning became a staple in Mexican American kitchens

Brown butter salad is my new fall superhero