A half-century ago, protests erupted around the world against the Vietnam War, Montreal hosted Expo ‘67, race riots in the U.S. destroyed parts of Detroit and other northern cities, Elvis Presley married Priscilla in Las Vegas, O.J. Simpson was a running back for the University of Southern California, Israel fought and won the Six- Day War against Egypt, Jordan, and Syria, the 20th Century Limited passenger train made its final run from New York to Chicago, and much more.
To make a point about the evils of white supremacy, the film subjects its Black characters to unceasing brutality.
For once, he may be on the wrong side of a power dynamic.
Anne Helen Petersen, the author of the new book Can’t Even, traces some of a generation’s malaise back to its upbringing.
With a Supreme Court vacancy after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, Republican senators must again choose between country and party.
The coming months of the pandemic could be catastrophic. The U.S. still has ways to prepare.
Fixating on the open Supreme Court seat will provoke a culture war.
Changing voters’ minds is famously difficult, but a recent progressive effort found real success.
The Supreme Court vacancy will surely inflame an already-angry nation.
She wanted to escape her marriage. He wanted to escape his life sentence.
Why have Republican leaders abandoned their principles in support of an immoral and dangerous president?