The nature of American political reporting distorts our perception of reality.
Japan’s longest-serving prime minister was killed at a campaign rally. He was 67.
An extraordinary example shines light on coercive factors that incentivize plea deals
People, details do in fact matter!
A media critic argues we pay outsized attention to the goings-on at Fox, MSNBC, and CNN.
Our reactions to recent murder trials tells us a lot about our divided country.
The appetite for content and clicks turns sensationalizes news that isn’t news.
Our brains are wired to seek approval but may not be equipped to handle our modern existence.
Grandstanding in the midst of chaos is a bad look.
Historical precedents fall apart when we’re in a truly unprecedented time.
The legal debates are unsettled but we can all agree that Rand Paul is a moron.
The President is desperate and unwell and the press is making no bones about it.
As the President becomes less popular, there are signs he’s losing support from his co-partisans in Congress.
The President has been Twitter on their own platform. Now, he’s following through.
The newspaper of record radically altered a column and then misrepresented it.
The leading papers in Iowa and New Hampshire are backing Klobuchar and Warren, respectively.
René Auberjonois, a long time character actor best known for his roles on Benson and Star Trek: Deep Space NIne, has died at 79.
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick isn’t exactly starting out on the right foot.