America’s foremost gun rights group supports a socially conservative Republican on a gay hookup app.
Continue reading Tom Cotton’s Super Sexy Grindr Ads
An excerpt from Dennis McNally’s cultural history ‘On Highway 61’ shows the parallel tracks of Civil Rights and rock and how each influenced the other.
Continue reading How Rock and Roll Killed Jim Crow
Tina Brown’s signature event traveled to Texas to take on issues as vast as the Lone Star State: Ebola, honor killings, reproductive rights, the strains of military life, and peace through reconciliation in the Middle East.
Continue reading Lone Star Leaders
BBC Sport’s football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Towie star Mark Wright and his Strictly Come Dancing partner Karen Hauer.
Continue reading Predictions: Lawro v Mark Wright
The state’s ruinous foray into Tea Party economics has turned off huge swaths of Republican voters. So why are its candidates going even further to the right?
Continue reading Will the GOP Get the Message in Kansas?
The vote on Sunday could take Ukraine toward a modern functioning democracy or plunge it back into a cesspool of corruption. Right now it’s anybody’s call.
Continue reading Ukraine’s Wild and Wooly Elections
A ‘Christian’ wedding chapel—a private business—in Idaho is suing for the right not to marry gay couples. There is no such right. Yet.
Continue reading Chapels Must Perform Same-Sex Marriages
A leading human rights group says it has strong evidence Ukraine attacked populated areas of Donetsk with cluster bombs, banned by many other states.
Continue reading Ukraine faces cluster bomb claim
In his new book, ‘Pay Any Price,’ reporter James Risen reports how billions were lost and American rights were infringed when the government went to war on terror.
Continue reading The War on Terror’s Costly Follies
Warren hits Obama on Wall Street. Christie tells the right they’ll have to live with him as is. Wish Clinton had a little of that moxie.
Continue reading Warren and Christie: The Anti-Hillarys
Petrochemical firm Ineos buys the rights to shale gas development across a further 400 square kilometres of central Scotland.
Continue reading Ineos buys second shale licence
So weird that both candidates in the extremely bitter Georgia Senate race are from the same small town. Things aren’t great there right now.
Continue reading Will Georgia Finally Turn Blue?
The right’s charge of “judicial activism” has dominated debates for years. But soon, with regard to gay marriage, it just isn’t going to fly.
Continue reading Who Are the Judicial Activists Now?
It’s haunted house season, and they don’t come much darker than Blackout, where the frights come with nudity, intimidation, and very few boundaries.
Continue reading Sex, Blood, and Screaming in the Dark
If Cameron ignores rulings from the European Court of Human Rights, he would find himself in the same company as leaders of Russia and Belarus.
Continue reading Britain’s Awful Assault on Human Rights