Columnist, the Cut.
With a push from the O.J. mini-series, the ’90s bogeywoman is set to become a feminist icon.
It may work for Bernie, but no one likes a woman who yells loudly about revolution.
She’s about to become the first female host of a late-night satirical news show. She wants to make damn sure she’s not the last.
Her call to repeal the ban on federal funding for abortion is a big deal.
Camille Cosby, Hillary Clinton, and the marital double-bind.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were knowledgeable, funny, and lightyears ahead of their GOP counterparts.
The rage on the main stage of the debate is just a mirror to what is brewing across the country in the face of extraordinary change.
Sorry, black teenagers, women, victims.
The Democrats are no longer treating it like a dirty word.
They may be leagues ahead of the Republican candidates, but they still have some serious flaws.
Battling it out on the internet campaign trail.
The game is rigged.
The first debate was great for Hillary fans, Sanders supporters, and the entire party.
A new profile of Jane Sanders omits all of her professional accomplishments.
Why do conservatives think they can get away with this?
More than they love either political party or any presidential candidate.
Is Animal an animal in the sack? I don’t want to know.
She is the woman whose experience perhaps most dramatically emblematized the Miss America Pageant’s shortsighted double standards.
From fax machines to The Good Wife, those mundane exchanges might finally accomplish what the candidate could not: making Clinton relatable.
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