Terrence Malick's latest film explores whether a single civilian’s quiet act of resistance can have any tangible impact during times of systemic evil.
Student protesters leading the movement—who have spent the last few days dealing with death threats, abuses and the impending fear of being arrested—tell us what to keep in mind when going out to protest, especially if it turns violent.
Both believed immigrants were destroying the environment, a racist trope that's gaining steam among white nationalists.
The anti-immigrant and right-wing extremist sentiment might sound familiar to you.
In 1934, American writer Theodore Abel created a fake competition to trick hundreds of people into describing why they loved the Nazi Party so much. Their words seem worryingly relevant today.
A glossary of household concepts that you must identify before the pizza—and your ideological preferences—gets cold.