How Brexit shattered progressive illusions
This is what happens when a life-orienting system of belief gets smashed on the rocks of history
Hillary Clinton expands lead over Donald Trump in new polls
The U.K.'s Labour party is revolting after the Brexit vote
Leaders of Germany, France, Italy, EU meet today to coordinate Brexit strategy
3 more big rulings expected from Supreme Court today
Pope Francis: Church should apologize to gays
Brexit is a wake-up call for America
The EU's last stand
Inside Japan's booming rent-a-friend industry
Why Brexit did Europe a favor
Now that the European Union has shrunk, perhaps it can deepen
The biggest issue of 2016
Immigration will be the biggest wedge issue in the upcoming election. That's a bad thing.
The great Brexit freakout
Everyone needs to stop hyperventilating about Britain's vote. The end is not nigh.
Brexit's clear lesson
Referendums are never, ever a good idea
The sharpest dialogue on television
'Orange is the New Black' isn't just committed to social justice. It's also funny. Like, Oscar Wilde funny.
Is dumping Trump just common sense?
Trump's failure as a candidate is the salvation Republicans are searching for
Beyond the Brexit
Why Britain's decision should scare anti-Trump America
The joy of the NBA offseason
Wheeling! Dealing! Emojis! Drama!
Trump campaign brags that Donald 'doesn't need to figure out what's going on' to act decisively
As pound continues to plummet, U.K. Treasury chief tries to calm everyone down
BET Awards pay tribute to Prince, Muhammad Ali
U.K. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, facing mass resignations over Brexit, names new shadow cabinet
The GOP plans to use Hillary Clinton's VP pick to win over Bernie Sanders supporters
John Oliver angrily reminds post-Brexit Britain, pre-Trump America there are 'no f—ing do-overs'
You can now go hurtling down a glass slide 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles
John Oliver prepares for the Rio Olympics with a hard, jaundiced look at doping
Listen to Jesse Williams' powerful BET Awards speech on race in America
Suicide bombers kill at least 6 people in eastern Lebanon
Germany, France in agreement over how to handle Britain's EU exit
Spain's conservative ruling party wins plurality in national election
Hillary Clinton opens up double-digit lead as Donald Trump's poll numbers collapse
Chile wins second straight Copa America title
50 Cent detained in St. Kitts and Nevis for cursing during performance
10 hurt after rollercoaster derails in Scotland
Pope Francis: Church should apologize to gays, other marginalized groups
At least 10 injured after 'chaotic' white nationalist rally in California
Why I still love actual paper books
I want to be absorbed by a book in a way that actual page-turning, not pixel-moving finger flips, allows
Why Brexit might be the last chance for the European Union to save itself
The surprisingly strong women of Silicon Valley
The most interesting female characters on TV are on an HBO show with an almost all-male cast
The truth behind the gun control 'sit-in'
The Democrats' buzzy demonstration on the House floor says a lot about how progressives and conservatives see the world
Why leaving the EU is the right decision for the UK
By voting to leave the EU, the people of Britain are righting the wrongs of a diseased democracy
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How Donald Trump hypnotized America
It's easy, actually: Be funny. Be confident. Be a bully. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Close with the emotion. Win.
This week I learned...
Parts of our body come back to life after we die, and more
How killer robots will save us all
Autonomous robots might sound scary, but in the future, they could actually prevent a lot of unnecessary deaths
Democrats' strategic fiasco on gun control
How Brexit shattered progressives' dearest illusions
The ugly secret of working moms
Everyone needs to stop freaking out about Brexit
The Fed's interest rate dilemma
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12 novels to read this summer
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Lonely Japanese often turn to paid professional pals to keep them company for a few hours. How do these faux friendships compare to the real thing?
One refugee's journey to the Olympics
After losing his family in Congo's civil war, Popole Misenga found purpose in judo
Clinton vs. Congress
Why President Hillary Clinton would inaugurate a golden age of Republican obstructionism
Dems' ill-conceived stand
Why did Democrats stage such a fierce protest for such weak policy?
In this Week's issue
What liberal economists get wrong about Brexit
Apple's detestable moral hypocrisy
Innovation of the week: A baby monitor that tracks your infant's sleep patterns
Building a tiny robot to zap diseases
10 things you need to know today: June 27, 2016
This week I learned parts of our body come back to life after we die, and more