The candidate has drawn comparisons to Rodrigo Duterte, but that hasn't stopped big business from throwing its support behind his campaign.
Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley reflects on Trump's ultranationalism and the eerie parallels between the U.S. and pre-war Germany.
In their new book “Phishing for Phools: The Economics of Manipulation & Deception,” George Akerloff and Robert Shiller merge psychology with economics to give “a broader account of how and why markets produce economic harm."
By invading Iraq, Bush administration policymakers -- and at their head, Cheney and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld -- had managed to demonstrate to the world not the grand extent of American power but its limits.
I realize that many Americans, given the scope of the economic crisis and the ambitions of the new administration, would rather look forward than revisit the past. The business of torture, however, is too unspeakable to be left unfinished.