"Misapplying the theory I mislearned in college."
“In a certain way, the Democrats lost to Trump not through stupidity but through cupidity.”
Donald Trump fills his cabinet, Prince Harry announces a “Housing and Hospitality” scholarship, the San Francisco airport hires a pig to relieve travelers’ stress
The G.O.P. aims to paint the country red
The privatization of Youngstown’s public schools
Fidel Castro dies at 90, snow falls in Tokyo for the first time in 50 years, and scientists suggest that the speed of light has declined.
The leader, in 1969
Rudolph Giuliani and the politics of personality
“There is trauma in a slaughterhouse and some seeped into me.”
White nationalists celebrate Trump’s election, and Hillary Clinton’s popular-vote margin of victory climbs to 1.7 million.
Marine Le Pen in the age of Trump
Andrew Cockburn on the New Red Scare, Kiera Feldman on the right to choose in Rapid City, Fred Bahnson on feral faith in the age of climate change, and more
“Mitterand remains an emblematic figure for President François Hollande, who is trying to attach himself to his predecessor as he tanks in the polls.”
Donald Trump is elected president, hate crimes sweep the United States, and a bald eagle dies