The First Presidential Debate, Decoded
We translated the most important moments of a contentious 90-minute debate into plain English.
James Duane says you shouldn't say anything to a cop for any reason, you shouldn't plead the Fifth, and you shouldn't stay silent. So what should you do?
In the wake of terrorist attacks, Donald Trump's instinct is to come out swinging with a barrage of bluster and misinformation.
The Republican nominee is accused of having used his personal foundation to pay off a politician, finance a lawsuit against his enemies, and buy a giant painting of himself.
In 1958, at the height of the Cold War, the Air Force thought that exploding a nuclear device on the moon would inspire America and show the Russians who was boss.
Started by a discredited book and a bunch of angry YouTubers, rumors that Hillary Clinton is secretly suffering seizures are now being spread by Fox News and Donald Trump himself.
First of all, why do you think jumping is impressive to women?
The Republican candidate apparently wants to be called "Mr. Brexit." But there are a lot of differences between the anti-EU referendum and the angry orange candidate.
A dad thought he had scored some free brownies, but he ended up "crawling around on the floor, randomly using profanities, and calling the family cat 'a bitch.'"
The HBO crime drama has been very good at showing how slippery the notions of guilt or innocence can be.
Donald Trump is a difficult presidential candidate for the media to cover because, at bottom, he has no idea what he's talking about and doesn't care.
Can some combination of Lil Jon, Lena Dunham, Madonna, 69ing, and wrestlers being angry get young people to vote?
It's been an awful and strange week for Donald Trump's campaign, but does the general public care about the narrative surrounding him?
HBO's legal drama is not a show about justice, but the justice system. And never has that difference been more apparent than on Sunday's episode.
The show's third episode shows how completely the system traps people accused of crimes.
Some people want to be the very best, and some other people want to make money off of them.
HBO's latest glossy crime show is powerful, tense, and a rare examination of what it's really like to be arrested in America.