While The Interview will probably make it into a few history books, you shouldn’t feel like a special part of history just for watching it.
Last Wednesday, I awoke—quite literally—to one of the most significant developments in U.S.-Cuba relations since the countries halted contact in 1961.
Like a phoenix, or perhaps like a Walking Dead zombie, the O’Malley presidential bid just won’t quit.
Ambassador Power talked long-term solutions, but these programs too often have an ill-defined purpose and a limited scope. Is there a better approach?
Breaking down the U.S/China climate deal.
“We’ve had two deaths from Ebola in the United States. Meanwhile, thousands have died in West Africa. It’s obscene [that] we’re panicking, hiding under our beds about something that will never really affect most people in this country.”
The American story in Afghanistan is less about military power and more about the power of the purse.
We should be thrilled by the show’s break neck pace, but it’s all too much.