A second person appears to have been cured of infection with the virus that causes AIDS. We spoke to an activist about what this means.
Jair Bolsonaro spent most of his career on the political fringe, until his message started to resonate with a country reeling from economic hardship and a widespread corruption scandal.
The aerospace giant and its ties to Washington are under scrutiny after a version of its best-selling plane was involved in two deadly accidents in five months.
One of the deadliest mass shootings in the country’s history bore the stamp of online extremism.
The Sacklers, one of the richest families in America, gained much of their wealth from sales of the powerful painkiller OxyContin. Will they now pay a price?
A major college admissions scandal has laid bare the price of entry for some wealthy families — and the cost for everyone else.
As the idea gains traction in mainstream circles, we look at its roots in progressive American politics.
A conversation with Representative Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, about how Congress is preparing for the results of the special counsel investigation.
It was kind of refreshing to hear the general calmness, demeanor, and complete logic coming from Nadler on this topic. I wish the Republicans could talk about issues in such a straightforward manner without bending over backwards to weaponize their speech and pushing rhetoric over general principles.
Republicans should be acting in a manner as if they actually believed in the Golden Rule as they’re soon going to be wishing they had done the same while they were in power.
We look at three possible outcomes of the special counsel investigation, which is believed to be wrapping up soon.
The pop star’s legacy has been shadowed by sexual abuse accusations for decades. Wesley Morris grapples with why the world has, for so long, looked the other way.
I was justof a Michael Jackson interview in a documentary about Studio 54 recently and it was relatively striking to see him prior to all the body modification. It was also striking to see him in the midst of one of the few places on the planet at the time that was generally accepting of homosexuality and alternative culture even though many who were there were still on the DL.
The controversial proposal to combat global warming and economic inequality is transforming the political calculus around climate change.
Hopefully a major shift in the game theory will draw us at least to the left of center on this issue so we can get back to potentially reversing the effects of climate change. The sad part is that we likely will need something as drastic as this to make the requisite dent…
Should Big Tech partner with the Pentagon? We examine a cautionary tale.
Some great history and questions about ethics here.
I’m surprised that for it’s share of profits that Down didn’t spin off the napalm division to some defense contractor?
Of course some tech companies are already weaponizing their own products against people. What about those ethical issues.
The special counsel is said to be preparing to deliver a report on the results of the Russia investigation. What happens next?
Despite the unlikely courtship between the leaders of the two countries, neither the United States nor North Korea wants to be the first to compromise.
The investigation into a congressional seat narrowly won by a Republican reveals a detailed playbook for how election fraud can happen in the United States.