Dworkin wants us to look dead into the fact of what it means to be a woman in this world, into the pain and violence visited on women because they are women. It requires us to know more than we can stand to know.
"Despite being unsupported by evidence, the notion that there's somehow an unreported epidemic of violence committed by pro-choice activists has long been a far-right talking point."
TikTok is not immune from engagement-hungry algorithms that dominate the internet as we know it.
"Of course, Roger Stone loves 'The Godfather' — he thinks he's Robert Duvall but he's actually the horse."
The extent of the damages are still unknown.
A video from Art House Politics, produced back in April and resurfaced today, gives us an entirely new read on the Mario universe, and also a fun new methodology for choosing your character in Nintendo's long-running kart racing series.
"It's not like there's a textbook or some guidebook that teaches you how to behave or how to react when your husband becomes an exile."
Stephen Colbert and his guest get a little too in the weeds with a very weird metaphor.
When GOP operative Arthur Schwartz sees Bannon, Scaramucci, or Don Jr. as being wronged by the press, he goes into overdrive — and sometimes crosses the line.
China's recent scientific achievements — including its embryo gene-editing research and historic moon landing — appear to be surrounded by secrecy.
From the way he talks about Schultz, it seems like Stephen Colbert might be a Dunkin' Donuts guy.
It's been a busy week for the federal government. In fact, the busiest week all year. Seth Meyers has a lot to say about it.
The US and the Taliban are approaching a peace deal. But a new survey suggests a key component of national security is getting worse.
That's according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Porn legend Nina Hartley, the XXX Hillary Clinton, talks sex and politics.
A group that tracks the way politicians market themselves offers a glimpse into the influence of corporate branding, MAGA and Gotham ahead of 2020.
How Plessy v. Ferguson shaped the history of racial discrimination in America.
It is the Wednesday after the midterms, and comedian and longtime New York political stuntman Randy Credico is smoking an e-cigarette at the Friars Club bar, expounding on his theory that the president of the United States is addicted to crystal meth.
Apple decided several years ago to produce a high-end Mac in Texas. The problems that surfaced illustrate the challenges of domestic manufacturing.
In his first two years in office, President Trump has largely underperformed the even modest expectations that Americans had for him as he took office in January 2017, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.
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