What you need to know about voter suppression efforts across America
People are trying to sound the alarm.
Uber Works wants to disrupt the idea of a living wage
'Temporary staff' might be good for business—but not for the staffers.
‘Pod Save America’ doesn’t deserve an HBO show
The podcast fails as a TV show and as political analysis.
Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn elevate New York City dramedy, ‘Private Life’
The deep cast shines in this familiar-but-sharp Netflix film.
‘Welcome to the resistance’ Republicans were never going to stop Kavanaugh
It's a fun gag online, but it never meant anything.
What makes Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s platform so progressive?
She's won her primary, but what is her platform?
Netflix’s ‘The Good Cop’ is for those who like TV the way it used to be
The show has the predictability of a blanket. But it'll still keep you warm.
In ‘Fahrenheit 11/9,’ Michael Moore proves Trump is American as apple pie
The president is an organic part of America life—not an anomaly.
Does the progressive left have a unified foreign policy?
They have a set of ideas, it just needs to be articulated altogether.
Where does Beto O’Rourke stand on policy?
If he wins, what will Beto O'Rourke fight for in the U.S. Senate?
Gmail’s Smart Reply blurs the line between people and brands
How auto responses like 'Thanks for letting me know!' changed us.
‘The Most Assassinated Woman in the World’ is a gory, problematic homage to theater
The Netflix film uses violent, bloody, terrifying, and campy theatrical traditions to explore modern issues.
Netflix’s ‘First and Last’ offers a fascinating look at the American prison system
You've seen plenty of prison shows. But 'First and Last' offers something more.
Why far-right communities love the Unabomber
Conservatives hate terrorists. Except when they are white intellectuals.