Deal With Fake News Yourself, Facebook
We put the social media giant’s 10 tips on avoiding bogus stories to the test.
Thanks for Protesting … Now StopIf the NFL has a good explanation for its intent to punish players who kneel during the anthem, it has yet to give it.
Two-Party ProblemsRepublicans and Democrats dominate political life in the U.S., and that bipartisan division didn’t evolve naturally. It was engineered.
Becky Hammon’s Next Big ShotA woman almost became president, but a woman hasn’t yet become a head coach in the NBA.
Why Putin MattersWhoever says history is bigger than any one person hasn’t considered Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin.
Some InterrogationHere are the questions Gina Haspel didn’t answer at her confirmation hearing to lead the CIA.
Who Hurt You, Jake Tapper?He talks about Trump six days a week on TV. To relax, he wrote a book about McCarthyism.
How We Screwed Over Puerto RicoFEMA chaos plus reckless tax policy plus shady debt deals plus no vote in Congress.
Korematsu, Revisited?As the Supreme Court weighs Trump’s travel ban on Muslim-majority countries, one of its most notorious decisions still stands.
Comey Can’t ConfessOn his book tour, the fired FBI director still can’t square his pre-election blunders.
The Taint Team ComethThe cover-up is worse than the crime when you put Michael Cohen in charge of the cover-up.
Breaking Up Comedy’s Boys ClubNell Scovell, the co-author of Lean In, has a simple solution for getting more women into writers’ rooms, and it rhymes with “conclusion glider.”
Disconnecting the Dots in IsraelThe deaths in Gaza this week are linked, however indirectly, to the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. Try telling that to Fox News.
The Long, Long Road of Tiger WoodsPro golf’s biggest star is past his prime as an athlete. But as an individual, his best could be to come.
Donald and the DonWatching the rise of Don Blankenship is like witnessing the 2016 Republican presidential primaries all over again.
We Could Have Weaponized Twitter, Too, You KnowHow did the U.S. intelligence community find itself outpaced by Russian bots? Gen. Michael Hayden explains.
A Wolf in Wolf’s ClothingMichelle Wolf scandalized the White House Correspondents’ Dinner by doing her job.
The Plain PrinceThe duke of Cambridge isn’t quite as good-looking as his spouse. Here’s what science has to say about that.
The Zen of CohenThe raid of Michael Cohen’s office marks the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency, says Adam Davidson.