Commentary: In Sports, Rivals Are Opponents. In Politics, They're Too Often Enemies
Wouldn’t it be more productive if we could leave politics on the field, asks Dorian Fox, in the same way we shed our colorful jerseys after game day?
Week In The News: Bannon Subpoenaed, Shutdown Looms
Bannon subpoenaed by Mueller. Talk of government shutdown…again. And the Koreas to march under one flag at the Olympics. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
For Millennials, Astrology Is On The Rise
Why more millennials are using stars and signs to navigate and make sense of our complex world.
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The Week That Was: Curses, Crises And Coughs
It was the week the president's use of a vulgar term continued to make headlines and Washington inched closer to...
Ophelia Dahl: We Face Down Disasters, Man Made And Natural, By Standing Together
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For Democrats, DACA Is The Hill To Die On
The Democrats have a unique opportunity to squeeze Republicans until they produce a bill that protects Dreamers, writes Miles Howard.
Donald Trump And The Death Of Ambiguity
A comment this crude and racist has to disqualify him from public life. Just kidding, writes Anita Diamant.
In My Fantasy, I Caught Up To Reality | Modern Love 98
Richard Jenkins ("The Shape of Water") reads John Gfroerer's essay about going to the gym to cope with loss.
Yes, We Do. Even At Our Age. | Modern Love 97
Lois Smith ("Marjorie Prime," "Lady Bird") reads an essay about passion in the golden years.