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Clinton has the tools and opportunity to go big on climate policy, and she absolutely should
Video footage shows Tulsa cops' vulgar response to a fatal "accident" involving firearms instead of a Taser
Carol and Phil's relationship went through some changes last night -- Schaal breaks down the big episode with us
Plus: Michael Bolton sings a rousing IRS-themed rendition of "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You"
An episode that mostly sets the scene for the finale indulges in (literally) moving furniture
An important alliance might be on the southern horizon, but up north on the Wall, two powers collide
The founder of the Democratic Party seems equally beloved by right and left. How did he become a Tea Partyer?
"It’s hard to see how anyone who has been paying attention could be undecided even now," he writes
Questions remain about how far to the left Hillary will run. One tip: Learn from your mistakes!
Salon looks back on a long since forgotten episode that exposed Rubio's repugnant worldview
Republicans call themselves party of Lincoln, then take stands on race the late president would never, ever back
HBO's "Togetherness" creators talk careers, kids, the joy of doughnuts and the creepiest comedies of the '80s
Exclusive: The acclaimed composer's first stories of John Cage, PDQ Bach and "Einstein on the Beach"
Clinton will once again aim to become the first female president in American history
Whitman understood something that America often tries to suppress: "Sex is the root of it all"
In 1966, I had never questioned segregation. Then my school finally integrated. That's when I said something awful
Title IX may have been enacted, but change came slowly -- and required us to shed our clothes to make the point
Zero-gravity sex presents many challenges. But on Mars, the science of getting it on could be with us
Sugar and corn syrup have been pumped into the food chain, causing a dramatic increase in illnesses. Here's why
Anna Rothschild of PBS/NOVA's "Gross Science," explains the disgusting marvels of nature