Heather Hurlburt and Dan Drezner explain. Plus: The GOP’s China follies.
Ed Kilgore has some advice for Clinton. Plus: Why Biden won’t run.
Paul Glastris lays out his theory of why the 2012 consulate attack continues to resonate on the right. Plus: The progressive case for President Trump.
Glenn Loury speaks with David Neumark, who critiques writers like Paul Krugman. Plus: Do workers earn what they’re worth?
Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Kriston Capps discuss how the HBO miniseries depicted the evolution of public housing.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis debate the deeper meaning of the rise of Donald Trump and Ben Carson.
Brent Strickland describes his experiments testing whether we have an innate sense of whether verbs are “telic,” meaning they having a definite end point.
The Glenn Show
Glenn Loury speaks with Jill Leovy, author of the book Ghettoside, about police psychology. Plus: The pettiness of homicide.