The social changes that paved the way for gay and trans acceptance have made pedophile acceptance less likely, not more.
Justice Thomas' footprints are all over the Court's recently concluded term.
Standing with blank pages in hand, the protesters' goal is to make manifest the implied violence that authoritarian states use to keep order.
Thanks to globalization, we plebes can pay just $6.49 for a whole Whopper meal fit for a 16th-century king.
The Biden administration's antitrust efforts are being shut down by judges, except for a single successful case where best-selling authors were involved.
Compared to Russia, war with China is a deeper nightmare.
In the early 20th century, the Klan's virulent nativism and anti-Catholicism fueled its interest in education policy.
Reading and math scores declined between 2020 to 2022, reversing two decades of improvement.
A ballot initiative approved in November decriminalizes consumption of natural psychedelics.
While rising crime created headwinds for candidates who supported criminal justice reform, the apocalyptic storm never quite arrived.
The Lords of Easy Money argues that the Fed created an economy with nearly irresistible incentives for foolish choices.
The Golden Enclaves is the third installment of Novik's best-selling Scholomance trilogy.
An underground network in Chicago helped women terminate thousands of pregnancies amid abortion prohibition.
It's the story of a distant future where rich denizens meddle in the affairs of the past.
Falwell and his wife engaged in extramarital trysts with a younger man and introduced him to powerful friends, such as future president Donald Trump.
Samantha Cole's book is marred by vague animosity toward tech companies.
Elves need not apply.
Podcaster and music critic Rob Harvilla reminds us of the debts we owe to the tunes of that often cringeworthy decade.
"I think the Democratic Party has severely underestimated how many people like me there are," says the 1986 USA Gymnastics national champion.