Hillary Clinton's speech at the 30th anniversary gala of EMILY's List on Tuesday night is arguably most memorable for what she didn't mention: The flap around her exclusive use of a personal email account while secretary of state.
Twice in the past few months, my precocious nine-year-old daughter has come home from school a little down.
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The works of art that are most meaningful to us tend to be those with which we are most familiar. While Seurat's Port-en-Bessin, Entrance to the Harbor, for example, can overwhelm the passerby who pauses to admire its saturated whites and blues, it remains remote, a chilly artifact, haloed in the sanctity that comes from being one of the chosen few to grace the austere galleries of the Museum of Modern Art.
A while back, Seth Ackerman — a writer for the radical left magazine Jacobin — published a long, detailed, and bracing article calling for the socialization of the financial industry.
You may have heard that Argentina is in the grip of an all-consuming political affair that sounds more like something out of a paperback thriller than real life.
The recent controversy over funding the Department of Homeland Security has once again brought into sharp focus the incredible weakness of John Boehner — probably the least powerful speaker of the House since Henry Clay developed the position in 1811.
Daniel Ranalli is an extremely patient man — at least when it comes to one of his photography projects.
Forget population control. In 2016, the great cultural fad in American politics will be populist control.
If you spent more than 10 seconds on Twitter over the weekend, or visited a news site, or had any kind of conversation with a TV-watching human being, you are probably aware that Netflix dropped all 13 episodes of the third season of House of Cards.
Even before Benjamin Netanyahu opened his mouth in Congress, his big controversial speech on Tuesday drew dueling full-page ads in The New York Times.
There wasn't much that Jon Stewart liked about Tuesday's spectacle of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warning a fawning Congress about President Obama's Iran nuclear talks — not Bibi's conceit that he was speaking for all Jews, not Obama's "eh, we're still cool" response, not CNN's weird Star of David graphics, and not Netanyahu's 19 years of urgent warnings about Iran.
If you don't know Zara Adil's story about an attempted robbery at her family's tobacco shop, Jimmy Kimmel showed the narrated security camera footage on Tuesday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live.
On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu forcefully laid out his case for why the Obama administration's prospective deal to curb Iran's nuclear program is misguided and dangerous, in an address to Congress.
In an attempt to curb overpopulation, wildlife authorities in western Victoria, Australia secretly killed hundreds of koalas in 2013 and 2014.
When Disney brought on Leonard Nimoy to direct Three Men and a Baby, Tom Selleck thought, "Well, there's a good choice — you've got this guy with no emotions who's gonna do a funny little comedy," Selleck told Seth Meyers on Tuesday night's Late Night.
More information is coming out about the homeless man shot and killed by police in Los Angeles on Sunday, including that he was a convicted bank robber who took over a French man's identity 15 years ago in order to gain entrance to the United States.
Students in Selma, Alabama, have started a petition to change the name of a bridge that honors a purported member of the Ku Klux Klan.
On Tuesday night, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled, 7-1, to bar state probate judges from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.