Only six players in the history of baseball have hit 600 home runs and Alex Rodriguez is one hit away from being the seventh. So why aren't fans making this a big deal?
Understanding reproductive coercion "turns on its head the myth that it's always women who trick their boyfriends into getting them pregnant," says Lynn Harris.
New documents released by WikiLeaks paint a still more chilling picture of the war in Afghanistan. Katrina vanden Heuvel talks about the WikiLeaks revelations, Andrew Breitbart's faux journalism and how Elizabeth Warren could curb Wall Street's excesses.
Diane Ravitch's research shows that charter schools, high-stakes testing and punishing teachers for low-scoring kids are all failing. That's why this former No Child Left Behind supporter now says we're lying to kids about education reform.
The Sherrod controversy "was a ginned-up, fabricated story,” The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel explains on The Today Show. “And this country can’t afford this kind of fake journalism.”
Nation columnist, Melissa Harris-Lacewell is angry with the administration, the NAACP, and blogger Andrew Breitbart, but maybe some good can come out of all of this.
According to Jaclyn Friedman, the media couldn't have handled the sexual assault allegations against Al Gore worse if they had tried.