Kendrick Lamar season has officially arrived. The rapper's new album DAMN., the highly-anticipated follow-up to his 2015 release To Pimp A Butterfly, arrives on April 14. Considering the weighty subject
Pope Francis made headlines across the globe when he suggested he was open to the idea of ordaining married men as a way to alleviate priest shortages in remote areas. Some raised their eyebrows and took
The scholar says his new TV show is just what minorities need. Critics say the opposite. What if both are right? Reza Aslan’s new show has come at the best possible time and the worst possible time. Believer,
Americans are growing more secular all the time — which is one reason why Trump voters are so angry |
"Same-sex marriage now garners majority support among most religious groups," the study authors wrote. "Roughly two-thirds of white mainline Protestants (66 percent) and Catholics (68 percent), and more
Paul Krugman (Reuters/Brendan Mcdermid) Tired of your low approval ratings and constant dysfunction? Change the narrative April 11, 2017 11:59am (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. Most
Global elites strike back: Have Jared and Ivanka defeated Bannon — and turned Trump into a cuckservative?
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner attend a dinner with Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, at Mar-a-Lago, April 6, 2017, in Palm Beach, Fla. (AP/Alex Brandon) The White House is at war with itself:
Christian conservatives who defend the rights of Muslims have come under attack by their ideological brethren. On March 28, Pamela Geller, co-founder of the group Stop Islamization of America, wrote a
Don’t be fooled by Donald Trump’s “tax reform” talk — just like Trumpcare, his plan is a massive tax cut for the rich |
"If any legislation cuts taxes for corporations or the wealthiest Americans by even $1, lawmakers should vote no," Stein suggests. This reasoning may seem a bit harsh, but, as Stein argued, a lot of our
Washington (CNN) — Donald Trump's travel to his private club in Florida has cost over an estimated $20 million in his first 80 days as president, putting the president on pace in his first year of office
After years of advocacy, the city’s first Haitian Creole–English school opens in the fall. Geralde Gabeau, a longtime leader in Boston’s Haitian community, used to work at the Boston Medical Center and
(Getty/Drew Angerer/Klubovy) The question isn’t if there are grounds to impeach Trump — it’s whether there’s the political will April 7, 2017 11:59am (UTC) This originally appeared on Robert Reich’s blog.
Leandro Arriaga has been in the United States illegally since 2001. He stayed despite a deportation order and over the past 16 years has made a living fixing and remodeling homes. He also started a family.
The president’s military action in Syria is a bitter disappointment for some of his biggest fans. Updated at 4:25 p.m. President Trump’s decision to launch airstrikes against the Syrian regime in response
MOSCOW — Russia on Friday froze a critical agreement on military cooperation with the United States in Syria after an American military strike, warning that the operation would further corrode already
President Trump's updated executive order, the one restricting travel from six Muslim-majority countries, is blocked for now. But administrators at Northeastern University in Boston aren't taking any "We're
When atheists claim there is no evidence for Christianity, I disagree. When liberal theologians assert there are many paths to heaven, I object. When young people say God isn’t relevant in the 21st century,
Mayer’s reporting on Trump’s reclusive mega-donor is revealing. “In my view, Trump wouldn’t be president if not for Bob. It doesn’t get much more effective than that.” That’s a quote from Nick Patterson,