A tumultuous year, as seen through the vocabulary that we used to describe it.
The history of the nation’s favorite frozen dessert is also the history of the nation itself: a triumph of ingenuity, technology, and mass marketing.Continue reading »
The US government used to break up monopolies. Now it lets them flourish. A new movement, alarmed by today’s tech giants, wants to bring antitrust law back to life.Continue reading »
They’re perfectly engineered to push psychological buttons you didn’t even know you had. Here’s how.Continue reading »
The real threat to European democracy and unity comes not from Russia but from within the West itself.Continue reading »
The people we elect aren’t the ones calling the shots, says Tufts University’s Michael Glennon.Continue reading »
The term may act as a cloaking device for increased funding to abstinence-only education.Continue reading »