Fiction can be an important tool in fighting sexual abuse -- but not if it reaffirms dangerous ideals
On the latest episode of his web series, the British comedian takes Fox to task for its one-sidedness
The crowd funding page supporting the Ferguson cop has been hijacked by 4chan users aiming to "intensify the hate"
Angry. Worried. Frustrated. Anxious. Such are some of the words that Australian climate scientists use to express their feelings about the dysfunctional climate debate (which, in Australia, has recently seen the repealing of a carbon tax, a chief objective of the current Liberal Party prime minister Tony Abbott). Show More Summary
A new study highlights an unexpected consequence of drought
Do it for Michael Brown and so many others. It's time to act on this moment of consensus and enact reform
Here's your clue: "Top of the Empire State building."
Hannity claims he is an expert because he has been a pistol marksman since he was 12 years old
And everyone is Lil Sebastian
This is what happens when "Republican politicians draw their economic ideas from Ayn Rand novels"
"Please don't make me do this bit!" the comedian cried in one gag reel. "I've got children!"
Sure, rich people have always controlled our politics -- but never quite like this, a leading expert explains
Riling up anti-immigrant passion may help turn out the base in '14. But here's a lesson they can't afford to ignore
The "education reform" leader who just stepped down gets plenty of criticism. But people overlook this
It doesn't matter if Democrats or Republicans run the country — tech's new powerhouse will still win in the end
Laura Ingraham has taken aim at demonstrators on the street, while Fox News has decided this is all Obama's fault
Republican congressional candidate Jim Hagedorn could face a major obstacle in his race to unseat Minnesota Democrat Tim Walz: conservative blogger Jim Hagedorn. Hagedorn, the son of retired congressman Tom Hagedorn, was a surprise victor in last Tuesday's GOP primary. Show More Summary
Strict safety controls sought by environmental groups for the storage of radioactive waste at dozens of nuclear power plants may fall to the wayside under a rule that's expected be approved by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission next week. Show More Summary