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Among the hundreds of protesters in Madison this week, not one could be found who was asking for the right-to-work bill that Scott Walker once called a “distraction.”
Dale Hansen speaks out again when sports intersect with prejudice
In an audacious Pynchonesque debut, novelist Mark Doten channels a host of Babel-like voices that conjure the chaos and and paranoia of the dawn of the 21st century.
Before he was identified as the ISIS murderer who beheaded Westerners, Mohammed Emwazi was watched by MI5 and even detained en route to Africa.
The Queen falls down the stairs, Jamie keeps giggling, and they all forget their lines
ANTM contestant Mirjana Puhar was just killed in what authorities have deemed a drug-related triple homicide. Why do so many ‘Top Model’ contestants lose their way?
Doctors were once the most trusted members of the community, but now it’s the opposite. Why are we so desperate for our doctors to be wrong?
President Obama gave this outspoken, brave soldier the Medal of Honor. The Army dug through his trash and bothered his girlfriend.
Fred Phelps, the world’s loathsome preacher, loved to talk smack about cops—until he needed them to keep him safe.
While forgettable white “classic rock” acts like Steely Dan and the Eagles pack stadiums, some of the biggest names in rap history are forced to slum it in clubs. What gives?
In a death with echoes of Michael Brown, police in Washington state shot and killed a Latino man earlier this month—and all eyes are on the prosecutor investigating the case.
It all seems so exciting on “CSI,” the sleuths glamorous in Armani suits. But real forensics is messy and intricate, as its French inventor, Edmond Locard, showed in the early 1900s.
Susan Greenfield argues that the Internet is undermining everything from empathy to attention spans. If only she had done a better job of convincing us.
Hundreds of thousands who received subsidies under the Affordable Care Act may have underestimated their incomes in 2014. Now many of them are learning they owe the government money.
Andrew Jackson was an abysmal president, and replacing him on our currency with anyone—even Reagan—would be a step in the right direction.
Congress has always run D.C. like a plantation. But now, GOPers want to jail the mayor over a law the voters overwhelmingly passed?
Gay sex. Natural hair. Viola Freaking Davis. How to Get Away With Murder creator Peter Nowalk tells us how he managed to make the most progressive drama on broadcast television.
Did an administrative oversight really mean a bucolic English town ended up at war with Russia? Whatever, the locals still like to re-enact it.
They were Central Asian immigrants who dressed in hoodies and high-tops and looked younger than their 19 and 24 years. But prosecutors say they were headed to wage jihad in Syria.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel felt the wrath of the liberal base on Tuesday—and progressives warn it’s only the beginning.