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Kerry Washington gave a rousing speech at the GLAAD Media Awards addressing the issue of black homophobia. But when did homophobia become a specifically black problem?
Younger Singaporeans can resent the authoritarianism and indulge in self-satisfied apathy, but they still have to acknowledge their debt to the man who made their country.
Sen. Ted Cruz kicked off his presidential run with a rousing speech to Christian conservatives at Liberty University.
A band of 30 Afghan women carried the body of murdered student Farkhunda through the streets of Kabul yesterday, defying the girl's murderers in order to give her a proper burial.
Courtney Lawes thinks you should shut up and enjoy your day job
An Oklahoma state representative proposes that discriminators out themselves. Result? The whole bill was shelved.
The J.Law and B.Coop drama Serena hits theaters this Friday, and it is a disaster. How did the two biggest movie stars in the world feature in one of the year’s most problematic films?
Historian Ruth Goodman wants us to learn about history from the men and women who lived it, not just the kings and queens we fetishize.
Twenty years after Yitzhak Rabin’s murder, and with another Netanyahu term secured, is Israel headed for peace or apartheid?
It’s estimated that at least 400 U.S. doctors kill themselves every year. Many are struggling with depression, anxiety, or addiction.
Babagana was just 16 when Boko Haram militants invaded his town, slaughtered his parents, and abducted the local children.
For many years during the Cold War, “China” meant Taiwan to both U.S. parties. And then the bipartisan supported collapsed. Listening, Bibi?
The Fox in the Attic was a remarkable portrait of Hitler’s rise to power and a great example of fiction’s power to shed light on reality.
The documentary ‘Deep Web,’ which premiered at SXSW, dives into the complicated story of Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, aka the Dread Pirate Roberts.
At first, The Judicial Crisis Network backed Bush nominees. Now the dark money group reaches deep into state capitals. Here’s how it grew.
Netanyahu’s bizarre decision to make Israel a partisan issue in a country where most Jews are Democrats will damage Israel enormously.
Forget criticism, or analysis of his failures: the praise flows relentlessly forth in a documentary about the former U.S. Secretary of State.
Congress won’t fund projects, but even if it did, they’d never get built. Here are three ways to speed the process and add accountability.
The Church of Scientology is famous for attacking its critics in every way possible. Now, to discredit an upcoming documentary, is it turning to … Google?
Frightening but never fear-mongering, the information supplied by the authors of ‘The Future of Violence’ posits a tomorrow full of techno-threats demanding discerning vigilence.