In terms of progress, being wrong is a necessity. Making mistakes and finding errors is how we come to new understandings about the world. by Kristance Harlow Throughout history, stubborn self-righteousness has not been a good approach to democratic domestic and international relations.
Trump only has a problem with "fake news" when it doesn't advance his egotistical interests -- like his many "fake news" tweets do. It is rather ironic that President-elect Donald Trump blasted Jim Acosta, a news reporter for CNN, during Wednesday's
by Sanjana Lakshmi During Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, supporter Libby Chamberlain founded a Facebook group called “Pantsuit Nation” -- its name a lighthearted reference to some of Clinton’s favorite outfits. The group was meant to be a space where Clinton supporters
Hazel Ingram, a 93-year-old elder black woman who cleans offices for a living, being chosen to cast one of the 29 Electoral College votes for New York is the silver lining to come out of today's depressing voting outcome confirming
by Awanthi Vardaraj Yesterday, Dec. 5, Jayalalithaa Jayaraman, chief minister of the state of Tamil Nadu, India, and one of the earliest feminist influences in my life, passed away. She was an iconic actress, a writer extraordinaire and an adroit politician, and