Eurosphere: When Media Monitor Media
In the third installment of his column on European affairs, Josh Hochman examines Russia Today's Washington branch and the agenda behind its coverage of American media.
No Uber for You
Tesla is forbidding customers from using self-driving cars as Ubers.
Whose Trump Is This Anyway?
Donald Trump is already shifting away from some of his core policy proposals.
No One Man
Why We Hate Kanye West.
Bombin’ Bulldog Bolton: Get to Know the Potential New Secretary of State
Who is possible next Secretary of State (and Yalie!) John Bolton?
Identity Under Attack: Rethinking the Muslim-American Experience
Violence against Muslims has increased in recent years—and might continue to do so.
Coming out as Republican: LGBTQ voices in the GOP
How are queer voices represented in a party that might not protect their rights?
Lower Your Voice: Sexism Drowns Out Women In Public Speaking
On stage, women are perceived differently than their male counterparts.
Pepe the Frog: The Evolution of a Meme for the Alt-Right
How exactly did a "blissfully stoned frog" turn into a symbol of bigotry?
Senate: What’s New, and What’s Not
The Republicans retained the Upper Chamber, but there will still be some changes come January.
A Proud Nevadan
Grace Kang is happy with her state's election results.
No Condom for You
California voted no on Proposition 60, choosing not to require adult film actors to wear condoms.
Justin Jin has some advice for the Republicans in office.
Russia the Trolls
The Russian consul general has been accused of trolling the United States by requesting to monitor the 2016 election.
Election Night Liveblog
Quite literally everything comes down to tonight.
Weinergate: Clinton’s Moment of (Carlos) Danger
Adrianne Owings breaks down the latest scandals surrounding Anthony Weiner, and whether it could hurt Hillary's chances today.