The revelation that Hannity’s lawyer is Michael Cohen strikes Steve Almond as both astonishing and inevitable.
There is no place on Earth I’d rather be than the wide, welcoming expanse of the Boston Marathon finish line, writes Amby Burfoot.
It's worth reconsidering Facebook's founding story, writes Nadia Colburn, and asking what kind of social interactions we want to support.
The rules in our modern for-profit media have changed, writes Steve Almond. Forget appeals to the conscience or common decency -- aim for the money.
We have no shortage of hot takes on events of the day, writes Tracy Mayor. What I long for is a 10,000-foot view about where we’re heading as a nation.
There are two sets of rules in the NFL, writes Lauren Stiller Rikleen, one for the male players and another for the female cheerleaders.
Five years ago this April, tragedy struck at the Boston Marathon. We’re interested in your stories from that day, what’s happened since and what it means to you -- and...
As a writer, Miles Howard can't afford to quit Facebook. But he’s still rooting for the #DeleteFacebook movement to hollow out the world’s biggest social media platform.
There’s no need to “make America great again,” there’s only a wish -- an urgent one -- for the United States to act steadily and thoughtfully, writes Janna Malamud Smith.
Talking about the news requires parents to find a balance between offering their children safe harbor and exposing them to the often harsh realities of the world.
An "ashamed" Fox News analyst quits, calling the network a "propaganda machine." Has Fox finally become too extreme even for staunch conservatives?
Elected officials should actually be trying to solve the problems their constituents face, writes Steve Almond, not serving as entertainers or fodder for a national gossip session.
We perceive most of our digital assistants as female, writes Jonathan Fitzgerald. We ought to be more careful about how we treat them.
As the film industry has evolved, it has usually opened the door for new voices, writes John J. Winters. Let's hope that continues.
Think about the contributions I can make, writes fourth-year Harvard Medical School student Dalia Larios, but also remember my humanity.
If the adults won’t take politicians to task, writes Miles Howard, let’s give the kids a chance.
Appealing to hearts and minds is getting us nowhere, writes Miles Howard.
Politicians are beyond hope on gun violence, writes Steve Almond. It's up to us. What will we decide to do?
The media would do well to keep the focus on the real problems we face, writes Steve Almond, not the phony promises of Donald Trump.
A comment this crude and racist has to disqualify him from public life. Just kidding, writes Anita Diamant.