If Netflix's numbers are accurate, viewing habits for the movie-watching public are dramatically changing. Most regular Netflix viewers are by now at least passingly acquainted with the streaming service’s
Moore’s indecorous Senate candidacy highlights a conflict as old as republicanism itself. And America will pay the price in the form of political dysfunction and radicalization. Say what you will about
Matt Gorman The Democratic debates are a minefield. I couldn't be more excited to watch the explosions.
The Republicans I once worked for also had to argue with gadflies and I gritted my teeth as the Democrats enjoyed it. Now the tables have turned. I’ve spent the last few days envisioning this week’s Democratic
Democrats are having a vigorous and exciting debate in the primary about domestic policy. We need the same kind of discussion about military intervention and war. This week, former Texas congressman and
Rep. Max Rose Americans don't trust Congress. To tackle big things, we also have to get the small things right.
We must address the serious problems that face our nation, but we cannot do that if the people don’t believe in us. America is in trouble. It seems like every day we are confronted by new problems that
The Greek-born son of Nigerian immigrants fought xenophobia to be accepted by Greece and now is celebrated by the world. On Monday night at the annual NBA awards ceremony in Santa Monica, California, world’s
Shouting matches, highlight reels, candidate zingers: Our presidential debates are becoming more like sports events with each passing election cycle, says Bob Bordone, a professor at Harvard Law School.
The president has weakened our national security by implementing an erratic foreign policy defined by contradiction and implemented on a whim. The recent escalation with Iran has laid bare the risk of
Until the cost of a college education is reduced — a considerably more politically fraught undertaking — student debt relief will be a temporary fix. The amount of student debt in the United States is
Paul S. Hayes The Democratic debates are essentially competitive press conferences. Voters deserve more.
An intercollegiate debate coach explains how the format lets candidates repeat talking points rather than be challenged to defend their ideas. In my experience as an intercollegiate debate coach, best
Chris Hayes speaks to author Brenda Wineapple about Andrew Johnson, the white supremacist president whose impeachment reveals a wild truth about the history of this country. Got impeachment on the mind?
History suggests these dark scenarios cannot be dismissed. Even more critical, available measures to reduce these dangers must not be ignored. The Middle East presents a dangerous nexus of nuclear reactors
Jill Filipovic Trump sexual assault accusations by E. Jean Carroll met with shrugs because they're so shockingly normal
Abuse, entitlement and exploitation are too common in women's lives and in this age. This president has made that even worse. The president of the United States was credibly accused of sexual assault on
The Trump circus is coming back to town, and Democrats have to avoid joining it while also repressing the urge to try to shut it down. President Donald Trump was talking about cheese — and Hitler. Specifically,
The women in the Democratic primary debates will make history. Here's how moderators can do the same.
It's time for a debate in which everyone gets a chance to make their pitch without fear of mansplaining, he-peating or interruption. There have been more than 170 Democratic and Republican presidential
“Toy Story 4” brings final closure to the story Pixar began in 1995, as Woody finally finds his place in this post-Andy world. “Toy Story 4” arrives in theaters this weekend, a quarter century after Pixar
We are left with the conclusion, formed early in Trump’s campaign and reinforced by his time in office, that this commander-in-chief is ill-informed, voluble and quixotic. Concern about the perilous state
Our best sex lives aren’t brought to us by our local pharmacist. They’re brought to us by an understanding of our desires and capacity for pleasure. In March 1998, the FDA gave its seal of approval to
Soon gamers will be able to play whatever they want, whenever they want and wherever they want, as long as they have a good internet connection. Gamers, media and industry executives descended on Los last
It's good that the majority of justices concluded Flowers’ criminal trial was infected by racial discrimination. But not everyone is so lucky. In Flowers v. Mississippi, the Supreme Court took the welcome
The good news is pop culture may be finally broadening its collective imagination. Fantasy is a genre in which anything can happen — at least in theory. But in practice, fantasy realms are often as drearily
A. Scott Bolden Joe Biden's Eastland comments show he doesn't get Democrats need black voters to win in 2020
Republicans know that the last three Democratic presidents won because they motivated black people to vote in huge numbers. Why don't Democrats? Joe Biden — apparently yearning for a kinder, gentler —
Movies like “Deus Ex Machina” and TV shows like “Westworld” have painted a picture of artificial intelligence that culminates in walking and talking humanoid robots. But the reality of artificial intelligence
While today’s opinion may bring some clarity to the line between church and state, it remains a line drawn on an Etch A Sketch. One of the big legal issues facing our country is where and how we are going
Michelle Chen The Trump administration denies abortions to migrant girls using the same tactics as state legislatures
These young women’s struggle for reproductive freedom speaks to the resistance of women everywhere to a patriarchy that knows no borders. The border crisis reflects the systemic patriarchy driving the
While some commentators are concerned that money is “not enough,” money is exactly what's required to eliminate the most glaring indicator of racial injustice. On June 19, activists and lawmakers gathered
Sen. Kamala Harris Why Trump — and all Americans — must watch Ava DuVernay's Central Park trial series
The criminal justice system failed Korey, Raymond, Antron, Kevin and Yusef. We owe it to all of our children to not repeat the injustices of our past. On Tuesday, President Donald Trump told reporters