Trump camp threatens Harry Reid with lawsuit over criticism
Advocating for issues is good for health, in addition to shaping public agenda
Four days have passed since Donald Trump officially became President-elect and it appears that the majority of the public is shifting from the first stage of free-falling denial and isolation and beginning to cross the bridge to the next stage of grief: anger.
Protests highlight absurdity of electoral process
The biggest Election Day loser is human decency
He started his campaign by branding undocumented workers as criminals and rapists.
Alt-right demonizes performance artist
Marina Abramović is a name synonymous with performance art for enthusiasts and academics alike.
Vote4Energy campaign supports Earth-choking fuels of the past
Advertising campaigns full of disinformation are a staple of election cycles.
Electoral predictions are all over the map in turbulent 2016 race
Ryan Grim recently asserted that Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight is essentially “unskewing” the polls in a manner that many right wing pundits (wrongly) did in 2012 to show a landslide Romney victory.