People are rushing to file offensive trademark applications, but for different reasons.
Coerced sterilizations are a shade away from eugenics.
The country’s most influential health executives have no incentive to change the status quo.
An anonymous officer talked to the New Yorker about his problems with Trump.
Intimate partner violence is a national public health crisis.
The senator’s record should not be glossed over.
Attacks with corrosive chemicals are happening more and more frequently.
He'll be eligible for release in October.
Trump's support is increasing among his base, but certain voters are having second thoughts.
And it probably won't get better next year, either.
Journalists pick and choose who gets to be portrayed as human.
Michigan was given $761 million to save homes from foreclosure. It’s used half the money to demolish them instead.
An investigation from ProPublica shows how wasteful expiration dates can be.
Walter Shaub says the Trump administration is trampling on ethics rules.
Pundits like Jonathan Chait resent the term, but only because it's being used to attack them.
Why are pundits obsessed with Applebee’s and farm workers?
“Don't be afraid, you piece of shit.”
Feminism has become the radical notion that we need to talk about Ivanka Trump's clothing.
Surprise: nearly a third of the appointees are conflicted in some way.
A timeline to help make sense of this incredible story