2014 is shaping up to be just like every year before it, filled with people in politics and media unwilling or unable to recognize nuance.
There will be an active debate on the Democratic side, but none on the Republican side.
Companies like Comcast and Verizon just won a huge victory in the courts. Will it destroy the Web? Probably not, but it won't be good.
Producers often use sexual assault to heighten drama, but depictions of sexual violence offer a greater opportunity to educate viewers.
Marginalized groups are often governments' test subjects. Here are a few lessons we can learn from their experiences.
An Oregon county GOP shows the world just how experts do their trolling.
Chris Christie finds out what happens when you become a national figure, and the stench of scandal begins wafting to everyone's nose.
The Supreme Court's conservative justices could be poised to roll back protections against harassment outside abortion clinics.
Ariel Sharon's long death watch makes it possible to see what he left behind.
What Fox News has wrought.
Larry Speakes and the invention of truthiness.
For nearly 20 years, the federal government has been frightened to study gun violence. President Obama has vowed to change this, but can he?
You might want to think twice before buying that web-enabled fridge.
The December job numbers were bad, but the real problem is the long-term picture.
1. How can people be that dumb? 2. Why is this such a big media story?