Here are some upcoming shows set to make their debuts on our TV screens in the next few weeks:
Just after Donald Trump was elected, Columbia professor Mark Lilla infuriated a lot of people with a lengthy New York Times op-ed in which he said that identity politics had doomed the Democratic Party to defeat, and that a new, supposedly more unifying message was needed.
When pundits rail against the “alt-left”; or melt down over “campus inquisitions” by supposedly fanatical social justice warriors; or when our paper of record explicitly equates fascists with the anti-fascists who turn up to oppose them, those they are attacking are the kinds of people who showed up in…
Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he is banning transgender people from serving in the military “in any capacity.”
There are many terrible things about Republicans’ plan to throw tens of millions of people off their health insurance and send them to their deaths, but one of the worst has been the fantasy that, somewhere out there, some brave Republican rebels are waiting in the wings to spare us from the evil their colleagues are…
David Brooks—who, under normal circumstances, you should never read—wrote a column today that contained a profound lesson for all of us: do not be David Brooks’ friend.
As Senate Republicans work to salvage their healthcare bill, a new poll from NPR and PBS shows that the Better Care Reconciliation Act is roughly as popular as polio. Not only that—a huge plurality of people say they want American healthcare to be more comprehensive, not less.
This is Republican senator Jerry Moran, of Kansas.
The Senate’s healthcare bill will leave 22 million more people uninsured by 2026, the Congressional Budget Office estimated on Monday.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a case that could have major implications for the ability of private citizens to discriminate against LGBTQ people on the grounds of religious freedom.
The Justice Department announced on Friday that it would help defend Texas’ recently passed ban on sanctuary cities in court.
Can you spot the issues with this tweet?
It’s so dumb and bad people!
After weeks of hiding, Senate Republicans finally released their version of the American Health Care Act to the public on Thursday.
The fire which consumed London’s Grenfell Tower and killed at least 79 people has horrified the world. You would think, therefore, that everyone would be clamoring to help the traumatized, homeless survivors of the blaze get back on their feet.