Republicans and Democrats should take the easy way out. It'll be better for everyone.
The SEC is "getting tough" and extracting admissions of wrongdoing in financial fraud settlements; in practice they're nothing more than insincere apologies.
The website used upstart humor to teach feminism to a generation. Now it’s a media “influencer.”
But because it increases pressure on the administration to solve the problems sooner, Republican grandstanding isn't such a bad thing.
For the black filmgoer, movies like 12 Years a Slave aren't mere popcorn fare—anger, annoyance, and vulnerability often follow when history is commodified by Hollywood.
Whatever its chances of passage, it's another opportunity for Obama to encourage division in the GOP.
What the Command and Control author is teaching Americans about our reliance on technology.
The former vice president reminds us of what a hard time Bush administration officials had distinguishing between fantasy and reality.
Ted Cruz is threatening to court government meltdown when we hit the next budget deadline next year. Here’s why it’s unlikely to happen.
President Obama and the House and Senate Democrats won the first round of the budget battle over the shutdown. But what happens when we do this again next year?
It's time to stop asking when it will die, and start understanding it as a psychological, sociological, and religious phenomenon.
Janet Yellen's nomination as the first female Fed chair doesn't just have symbolic importance—she's likely to push for policies that aid working mothers and families.
Why the National Review's Robert Costa became the journalistic star of the shutdown.
Negotations over the county's nuclear program have been deemed fruitful by both sides, so why are GOP hardliners making trouble just when things seem to be going well?
Why it made sense for Democrats to take the risk of ending the filibuster on most nominations.