Something significant was going to happen to Tulsa. Who could have predicted a genre shift?
The President gave a delusional rant to a half-empty stadium thanks to some crazy kids.
The Senator from Minnesota is no longer a candidate for Vice President.
The lockdowns are ending and likely not coming back.
The vagaries of our Presidential election mechanism gave us a surprising result in 2016. That’s unlikely this year.
The preliminary hearing revealed a damning case against the shooter of a young black man.
Balancing social justice and criminal justice in a politically charged environment.
Iowa Republicans have had enough of being represented by a racist buffoon.
The President of the United States is on the precipice of fascism.
How to translate understandable frustration at injustice into tangible reform?
The mayhem surrounding the demonstrations is drawing attention away from the grievance behind them.
The evidence is clear. Injustice feeds rage and rage sometimes boils over.
If the goal is to change politics, not just vent frustration, messaging is important.
Outside agitators, including white supremacist groups, are shaping public perception of the George Floyd protests.
The President has reportedly invoked the Insurrection Act.
The chief diplomat of the United States isn’t very diplomatic (nor informative).
An American drone strike has taken out the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, a move likely to significantly increase tensions across the Middle East.
Amid protests over American airstrikes, the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad has become a target.
An interesting albeit dubious selection for Person of the Year.
President Trump said this morning that he’s fine with letting his trade war with the rest of the world continue all the way to the 2020 election.
Seeking to have a US citizen investigated by a foreign government based on innuendo is a major problem.
Donald Trump’s pardons of soldiers convicted of war crimes sends the wrong message to the military, to our allies, and to the world.
Trump takes credit for stopping his “friend” Xi from attacking Hong Kong protesters.
Hong Kong voters send a strong message to Beijing, and the world.
After months of anti-government protests, Hong Kong headed to the polls in record number.
Chick-Fil-A is ending its charitable giving to organizations that oppose LGBT rights, and conservatives are predictably freaking out.
Against the advice of his top military advisers, President Trump has cleared three American soldiers of war crimes, sending a horrible signal to the world and to the troops in the field.
Thirty years ago today, history took off in a brand new direction.
The National Basketball Association’s kowtowing to China hits American shores.
South Park mocked Chinese censorship so, of course, they were censored in China.
President Trump has reportedly pledged to Chinese President Xi Jinping that the United States would not speak out against Chinese actions in Hong Kong.