Social media makes a candidate’s personality hard to hide.
What Trump learned from his divorce is that there’s no such thing as bad press. Only that you can never have enough of it.
Unlike those involved in the January 6 coup attempt who refuse to testify, my communist grandfather respected democracy and had the courage to turn up, say his piece, and take the consequences.
Erica Jong celebrated women who wouldn’t settle for less than freedom and equality. Now those things I took for granted are on the line.
I can no longer honestly tell my kids that everything will be okay.
The feminists who fought for Roe wanted to believe that their victory was forever. Now their granddaughters are poised to have fewer rights than they did.
Humans are drawn to narratives, but too many politicians struggle to use storytelling to find common ground.
If it feels like the vibe shifted to existential despair, you’re not alone. But it won’t always be this way.
Even the eminently accomplished Ketanji Brown Jackson knows the struggle of trying to balance a career and parenthood.
Listen closely and you’ll hear these phrases everywhere.
Can the president change the narrative and save democracy again?
If Democrats want answers, they’ll need to enforce their subpoenas in the face of Trump allies’ defiance. They say that’s just what they plan to do.
Alcoholics Anonymous prepared me for the pandemic.
The city has survived many different versions of itself.
Some Republican women are choosing to embrace Trump—but does Trumpism have a place for them?
In Japan campaigns last 12 days, in Australia they last 33 to 68 days, and in America they last forever. Why?
He can’t help but go after women, even when doing so hurts his cause.