What is "fake news?" What is "the media?" If we can't be more specific in our language, we don't have a chance of understanding the world around us. The latest scapegoat in the wild world of news and American politics is
More Super Bowl viewers will likely remember the Lady Gaga halftime concert for "rocking the house" than "rocking the boat." Fate had already sealed comparisons between Beyonce's controversial, Black-Panther-themed performance during last year's Super Bowl halftime show and this year's follow-up,
After the LGBTQ page disappeared from the White House website, Trump appointed HB2 defense lawyer John Gore as a civil rights attorney. by A. Big Country Plenty of people were disturbed by the election of Donald Trump, who was inaugurated on Friday,
In terms of progress, being wrong is a necessity. Making mistakes and finding errors is how we come to new understandings about the world. by Kristance Harlow Throughout history, stubborn self-righteousness has not been a good approach to democratic domestic and international relations.
by Kristance Harlow The stories we are told throughout our lives, both real and imagined, color the lens through which we interpret the world. The present is legitimized by the stories told about the past, and we are more likely to