Zero Dark Thirty brings the torture debate back.
President Obama should raise the debt ceiling himself and increase the ceiling on incomes subject to payroll taxes.
A less-confident GOP goes into the debt-ceiling fight with an eye toward the future of the party.
Short-term thinking geared toward maximum electoral success leads to long-term rule changes that don't do much good for our democracy.
Congress passed an extension on the farm bill, dismantling all the good programs, and leaving in all the old and inefficient ones.
Is the social safety net getting weaker?
The shocking assault in India reveals that rape isn't about sex—it's about controlling women's lives.
In the end, Obama scored a solid victory over Mitt Romney.
Negotiating on the debt ceiling is anything but responsible.
We have to govern by crisis, they say, because Obama likes it that way.
Recent history suggests there will, but this administration has been remarkably clean so far.
Promised Land bills itself as an environmental movie, but it’s far more concerned with preserving Dan Barry-esque small-town America mythology.
The economy is growing at a slow, but reliable, pace.
In Virginia, Governor Bob McDonnell's is trying to avoid a repeat of the transvaginal ultrasound fiasco by certifying the state's latest anti-abortion regulations under the radar.
Groups like the Pete Peterson foundation and the Fix the Debt campaign are pouring money into tightening other people's belts. They failed—so far.