No serious fan of the sketch comedy show “Key & Peele” will be surprised that Jordan Peele (the shorter half of its starring duo) is making his directorial debut with a horror film. Their acclaimed Comedy
People often ask me “who these people are” — those who elected Donald J. Trump or those who voted for Hillary Clinton. They’ll ask, “What’s the single best description of Trump supporters?” My answer disappoints
2015 video shows Jeff Sessions asking Sally Yates if she would say no to the president if he asked for something 'improper'
The video resurfaced after Yates was dismissed for telling Justice Department employees she was not convinced Trump's executive order targeting immigrants and refugees was lawful. During Yates' 2015 confirmation
“The notion that dangerous individuals could rush into the country in the timeframe of a week flies in the face of reality,” according to one immigration lawyer. President Trump’s signing of an executive
Photographer: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Some people who study climate change believe that addressing it later -- when economic growth has made humanity wealthier -- would be better than taking drastic measures
I once worked as a speechwriter, so sometimes I get speeches in my head. Like tonight, after two federal judges dealt a setback to Donald Trump's Muslim immigration ban. If you're speaking at a protest
From Goldwater to Reagan and now Trump. But Americans will fight this latest brand of cartoon conservatism
The war against the liberal consensus began as a backlash against Roosevelt’s New Deal. Trump has simply stripped away its genteel veneer ‘Greed is good,” Gordon Gekko assured Americans in the 1987 film
President Trump’s recent decision to temporarily ban people from seven Muslim-majority countries, along with all refugees, is billed as religion-neutral. It’s not a Muslim ban, the argument goes, because
The war between journalists and the White House is only just beginning. In fact, Trump’s chief strategist is counting on it. (A version of this column originally appeared on Poynter.org.) Shortly after
President probably owns a 2012 Samsung Galaxy S3, which no longer receives software updates, leaving Trump vulnerable to hackers and nation-state actors Donald Trump is a big fan of the phones in the House.
President Trump could very well make U.S. consumers, not the Mexican government, pay for the Great Wall of America. According to a pool report from the New York Times' Michael Shear, Press Secretary Sean
One of President Trump's best tools to "drain the swamp" is under threat from his own side. A mere four days after he took office, Republican Congress members began attacking a key piece of anti-corruption
This week, President Trump's transition team put new restrictions on government scientists' freedom to communicate. The restrictions are being characterized as temporary, and some have already been lifted.
In our current “post-truth” climate, inoculation may provide the key to making facts matter again It’s fitting that as Donald Trump continues to flirt with anti-vaccine conspiracy theories, inoculation
Donald Trump is already trying to muzzle leakers — but government employees have broad free speech rights
(Getty/Drew Angerer/uschools) Federal employees have broad rights to tell the public what they know, which is bad news for President Trump Amanda Marcotte January 24, 2017 8:00pm (UTC) For decades now,
The Trump administration has put the agency—and the planet—at serious risk. If you live near an ocean, now may be the time to put your house on stilts. FEMA has a guide. One government group that apparently
Frans de Waal, a primatologist at Emory University, has a new book out called "Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?" and in it he gives hundreds of examples of surprising intelligence from