The blinding arrogance of Bernie Sanders' critics
Sanders' critics now say he's a "con man." That reveals a lot — about them.
The ISIS conundrum
The Islamic State is losing battles, territory, and money in Iraq and Syria — while still expanding elsewhere. Can it be stopped?
The rubble of Nepal
One year after a devastating earthquake, Nepal's frustrated residents are still waiting for the government to rebuild
All the movies you
should see in May
Your comprehensive guide to the biggest and buzziest movies hitting theaters this month
Why are so many white women dying young?
It's a lethal combination of addiction, suicide, and despair
The sci-fi eyes of
Smart contact lenses could help wearers get better night vision, monitor their eye health, and more
The misguided battle over the future of video games
As the medium evolves, some developers are redefining the very idea of what makes a video game a video game — and not everyone is thrilled about it
How to solve the GOP's black voter problem
The Republican Party still doesn't care about black voters. This needs to change.
In defense of BYU's honor code
The university's stringent honor code is being wrongly applied to allegations of sexual assault. That doesn't mean BYU should get rid of the code altogether.
Game of Thrones' Ciarán Hinds' 6 favorite books
Game of Thrones' Ciarán Hinds — who played Mance Rayder, a.k.a. the "King Beyond the Wall" — recommends war fiction and more
America's anti-poverty spokesman
Even if he doesn't make it to the White House, Bernie Sanders can still change the country
The secret life of an old-school New York bookie
Bouncing between darkened drinking dens, one enterprising woman struggles to keep an old-time sports gambling ring alive in the age of DraftKings and FanDuel
The rise and fall of Theranos
Theranos promised nothing short of a paradigm shift in medicine with its revolutionary, needle-free test method