With Seventeen Moving to “Digital-First,” the Era of the Teen Print Magazine Is Over—as It Should Be
What a Dad of Two Spends on His Kids During One Week in Arlington, Virginia
On the Centenary of the Armistice, We Should Remember World War I for What It Was—a Bloody Waste of Human Life
Trump Called Barbed Wire at the Border “a Beautiful Sight.” But It Has a Long, Troubling Legacy.
How Disinformation and Conspiracy Culture Are Convincing Young People They Don’t Know Enough to Vote
I Am Not a Crackpot for Having Parenting Ideals!
The Far Right Is Claiming That Letter Bombs Are a “Liberal Tactic.” But History Shows Equal-Opportunity Terrorism.
The Proud Boys’ Acceptance at a Fancy Republican Club Looks a Lot Like the Courtship Between Conservatives and Fascists Before WWII
Thought Trump’s “Pocahontas” Joke About Elizabeth Warren Was Just Racist? Great News: It’s Also Kinda Sexist!
SCOTUS’s Future, the Senate in 2020, and Kara Swisher’s Bosses
Drag in A Star is Born, Jamal Khashoggi’s Disappearance, and the Democrats’ Hispanic-Voter Problem
A Star Is Born Soundtrack, White Supremacy on Discord, and Misogyny vs. the Democrats
Brett Kavanaugh’s Roommate, A Star Is Born, and That FBI Report
Mass Notifications, Google’s Changes, and Kavanaugh’s GoFundMes
The GoFundMe Campaigns for Kavanaugh Are a Disturbing Reminder of His Nomination’s Forgotten Controversy
Kavanaugh’s Drinking, Stormy’s Memoir, and a Child Star’s Memories
Kavanaugh’s Rage, #MeToo in the Archives, and the “Devil’s Triangle”
Should We Force Shy Kids to Do Class Presentations? Here’s What Experts Say.
Kavanaugh’s Dishonesty, Ford’s Credibility, and the Democrats’ Failures
Christine Blasey Ford Fan Art Is the Only Good Part of the Internet Right Now