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Why I Refused To Choose Between Art And Science, And Why Other Women Should Do The Same

"Try something out and if doesn’t work, you can always come back.”
Cate Matthews
Feb 17, 2017
Opinion

Who Knew Boobs Had So Much Power?

Tova Leigh discusses the reaction to Lady Gaga.
Tova Leigh
Feb 15, 2017
Opinion

Oklahoma Republican Who Called Women 'Hosts' Is Only Saying What All Anti-Choice Lawmakers Think

But there's hope.
Clarissa-Jan Lim
Feb 14, 2017
Opinion

A Grain Of Saul: The Extreme Measures Refugees Are Now Taking In Search Of Safety And Security Deserve Americans' Full Attention

Zero people admitted to the U.S. as refugees have committed a terrorist attack since 1980.
Isaac Saul
Feb 14, 2017
Opinion

My Father Worked Proudly For Both Parties At 7 Inaugurations. I Can't Stand Trump — But I’ll Be There For Dad.

From Reagan to Obama, Dad taught me that patriotism transcends partisanship.
Abby Rogers
Feb 11, 2017
Opinion

A Grain Of Saul: There's At Least One Positive Thing About Donald Trump — Even If You're Liberal

Trump's nature is going to cause a big change in political engagement.
Isaac Saul
Feb 7, 2017
Opinion

'Friends' References And Proud Parents: Our Favorite Reader Comments From The Past Month

Every month, we'll be highlighting things we heard from our most important critic, you, the reader.
Emily Becker
Feb 6, 2017
Opinion

9 Executive Orders We Hope The President Signs This Week

If we want to bring America together, let's start with the stuff Americans agree on.
Isaac Saul
Feb 4, 2017
Opinion

A Grain Of Saul: Dear Rural America, You’ve Been Heard. Now, Will You Listen?

A message to my friends, family and fellow Americans.
Isaac Saul
Feb 1, 2017
Opinion

My Mom Told Me To Hide The Fact That I Was Jewish. Now I Understand Her Wisdom.

History is trying to repeat itself.
Cate Matthews
Jan 31, 2017