My Father Was Left Out of Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan Movie
My late father's extensive contributions were left on the cutting room floor of 'Rolling Thunder Revue.' So I went looking for his legacy.
5 Things You Can Do During September's Climate Strike if You Can’t Leave Work
You may not be able to join the thousands of people on the streets on September 20, but you can still participate.
The Borders Issue 2019
How the 'Suitable For All Ages' Standard Leads to Censorship Worldwide
In a world where many movies and TV shows are available on demand, studios and streaming services still go to great lengths to accommodate government censorship—and citizens will go further to sneak past them.
How a Bogus Anti-Weed Stat Seeped into the Mainstream
"These guys are the flat-earth crew."
'Indiana Jones' Has Aged Terribly
The world’s most famous fictional archaeologist's legacy feels as dusty as his antiquities.
The Strange Rise and Sudden Fall of the Florida Mayor Who Took on a SWAT Team
A disgraced doctor and alleged user of crack and meth managed to take over a city until he got caught. Somehow, that was just the beginning.
Views My Own
What I Learned from Reading a Whole Bunch of Trump Tell-Alls
It's not really selling out unless you cash in.
The $1 Trillion Storm: How a Single Hurricane Could Rupture the World Economy
Climate change and a potentially vulnerable insurance market could cause a disaster that starts in South Florida but spreads over the entire globe.
This Conservative Talk Show Host Still Does the Radio Version of Blackface
'Walton and Johnson,' which has been on the air in the South for over 35 years, features stereotypical gay and black characters voiced by one of the white hosts.
Michael Patrick Welch
What Would Happen if Roman Catholic Priests Were Allowed to Have Sex
Probably more priests. But with the Church under scrutiny over sex scandals across the planet, it might happen sooner than you think.