The secretary of state's comparision of U.S. inaction on Syria to Europe's failure to stop Hitler in 1938 is counterproductive fearmongering.
A new online campaign gives people of faith the chance to show they're "not all like that."
Human manipulation of the climate might be the quickest way to combat global warming. It's also the most frightening.
The most important take-aways from the Department of Justice's marijuana memo.
It's been 40 years since tennis player Billie Jean King won the "Battle of the Sexes," but she did a whole lot more for women's athletics than just win a widely hyped match.
The end of the Wikileaks trial has led to a much-needed discussion on how the media treat gender.
In 1963, America was overtly racist and needed a massive March on Washington. Today, racial bias is more subtle but just as insidious—we must learn to fight it differently.
Almost half of Americans drop out of college and are left with debt. Is it time for a bigger investment in vocational training for young people?
Unpacking the data that highlights all the problems with executive paychecks.
The Ohio state legislature is about to debate an extremely restrictive abortion bill. Again.
The days of unilateral imperial action are gone—American power is not enough to solve the conflicts in Egypt and Syria.
The benefits of a U.S. military strike against Syria don't outweigh the costs.
New work from a legendary writer in honor of the March on Washington's 50th anniversary, and a conversation on growing up during the civil-rights movement
An interview with Phillip Agnew, executive director of the Florida-based civil-rights group, the Dream Defenders.
The state's first openly gay state representative talks the Russian Olympics boycott, the war on women, and where progressives are about to make headway.