A new book sheds light on the ruins that always lie in an Olympics's wake.
In the Nolan films, Batman is a reformer and humanist, and not an avatar for right-wing fears.
Don't believe Limbaugh—the most recent Batman movie is an epic for the 1%
The government has the tools to help remedy the jobs crisis, so why isn't it doing anything?
The presidency is not a technocratic position.
The other famous American songwriters who had a role in pushing Guthrie to write his most well-known anthem
The Locavore's Dilemma takes aim at the sustainability movement, ignoring the broader problems plaguing our food system.
While it isn't flawless, Brave has an impressive satirical eye for a mainstream movie.
Woody Allen's latest travelogue is sprightlier than you'd expect.
Brave tackles the Scottish countryside and family tensions in a poignant—if slightly by-the-books—way.
In what is literally its most visible case of the Term, seven justices duck the free-speech issue.
A review of Mark Shriver's new book about the life of his father, progressive hero Sargent Shriver.
Jeremy Waldron's new book tries to uncover the best way to tackle hate speech on the legal and policy front.
HBO's 41 asks none of the hard questions about George H.W. Bush's uninspired career
The secret subversiveness of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women