If scientists really want to know who’s to blame for bad science, they need to look at themselves.
This is not about partisanship. It is about obtaining freer lives.
More is at stake than just Trump’s credibility.
No one is talking about the real job-killer: technology.
Analyzing the ABC’s of civil-military relations.
And important questions remain unaddressed, says a journalism expert.
Cracks have appeared in the teleprompter paradigm. It’s at risk from growing distrust of intermediaries, filters, reputable third-parties of all kinds.
New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait points to studies that show rioting makes America more conservative.
Donald Trump may seem like the last person in the world who could unify us, but one has to admit: he's shown a knack for exceeding expectations.
Media wrestle with who belongs in a ‘women’s march’.
With a Trump presidency at hand an inescapable historical irony deserves to be noted.
Can we trust Russia? Should we trust Russia? Should we trust Trump on Russia?
The appropriateness of the Electoral College should be seen in light of what our form of government is supposed to be - a democratic republic.
Crime, like everything else in America, has become politicized.
Christians are unable to speak freely. Religious freedom is under attack. Society is materialistic and immoral. Western civilisation is facing huge threats, from within and without. And apparently the one powerful emerging leader is no saint.
You’re thinking America 2016? No. Rome 312.
Recent presidential elections have ignited talk of it.
The election is over and we’re all digging out from a rather surprising night. Here are five interesting facts you may have missed in the hubbub:
These results are particularly remarkable when one considers the Latino vote, which it seems Trump should have alienated by his quest to build a wall.
Earlier this year, it was predicted that a Clinton match-up would be "an unmitigated electoral disaster."
In desperation, old, white America seeks a strong man to upend the current order, to preserve their vision of America.
If more Americans followed his advice, perhaps we would experience a more informed and civil election season than the one we’re expecting.
David Wong at Cracked explains how Donald Trump became president.
The New York Times overpaid for its information.
Judge Learned Hand wrote one of the great defenses of tax avoidance.
Watch a man wearing a a "Make American Great Again" hat get cornered, beaten, and chased by a mob.
Bread and circuses
'No longer are our debates about government. They are about the nation. Do we have one? What are its interests? Who benefits from it?'