The, Er, Case for Omarosa
An Author Defends His Decision to Write Yet Another Book That Celebrates Henry Kissinger
What Egypt Felt Like During the Arab Spring, and How It All Went Wrong
Why Some White Supremacists Eventually Give Up on Hate
The Tech Companies Are Showing Their Power to Regulate Speech by Booting Alex Jones. We Should Fear It.
Will Trump’s Tweet About the Don Jr. Meeting Put Him in Legal Jeopardy?
Is It Unproductive to Be Angry at Donald Trump?
Why White Liberals Are So Unwilling to Recognize Their Own Racism
What Is Michael Cohen’s Endgame? Some Theories.
Can “Angry Female College Graduates” Win Back the House for Democrats?
“We Are All Brainwashed Morons.” The Author of My Year of Rest and Relaxation Is Not Here to Teach You Good Values.
What Should We Expect From the Flamboyant, Demagogue, Cricket Star Who’s Poised to Lead Pakistan?
“Punitive, Cruel, Vicious, Heartless”: a Former Homeland Security Adviser Quits Over Trump’s Immigration Policies
Why Bipartisanship Might Be the Real Enemy of a Universal Basic Income
Wisconsin Used to Be Progressive. What Happened?
The Most Explosive Revelation From the DOJ Charge Against This Alleged Russian Agent
What Americans Don’t Understand About Russia, Putin, and the U.S. Relationship
Chris Hayes on the “Civility” Debate, the Rifts on the Left, and His Own Role as a Prominent Liberal
We’re Not Headed for Nazi Germany, but We’re Also Not Headed Anywhere Good
Just How Scary Is the Rise of the Far Right and the Backlash to Centrism in Europe?