A New York Times investigation into the questionable ways Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder, and Sheryl Sandberg, its Chief Operating Officer, have worked to contain and distract from the company’s biggest scandals, including reports of Russian Facebook accounts influencing the 2016 presidential election, inappropriate data mining and sharing, and the platform having no actionable policy against […]
How the whiplash-like event of Trump following the nation’s first black president has “compressed time.”
In this oral history of the 2016 election, the media loses the narrative thread it had been creating for decades.
A journey into the next frontier of anthropological tourism: unsuspecting towns in the American “heartland.”
“Stronger Together,” the Clinton-campaign slogan, sounded more like an invitation to join a food co-op than a call to arms.
Duke University law professor Jedediah Purdy, writing in The New Republic, looks at the rise of the left in American politics.
From Occupy Wall Street to Black Lives Matter, the left has been reborn. Can it find a way to harness the populist uprising that brought Trump to power?
This story in the Washington Post — based on interviews with almost a dozen senior White House officials and and Trump advisors — paints a picture of an uneasy administration trying to stay in orbit around its hyper-sensitive leader and his insider cabal.
On the vice president’s unlikely journey from unpopular, ultra-conservative governor to second-in-command to Donald Trump.
The vice president looks back — and forward. Veteran journalist Jonathan Alter’s exit interview with Joe Biden.