How Edwin Lyngar became disenchanted with the right-wing political climate in which he was raised.
Merion Golf Club hosted the 113th U.S. Open this weekend. Despite all the encomiums to its place in golf’s history, Travis Timmons reminds us not to overlook the less savory aspects of its past.
What news sources often paint as simple black-and-white, good-and-bad stories are rarely that, and Trayvon Martin’s murder reminds us of that.
Apparently, there is an appropriate way to be a black man in 2013. Christian Coleman wants to discuss why it is that he doesn’t give a damn.
Julianna Romanazzi takes a deeper into the relationships in the commercial from one of America’s favorite cereals.
WUSA 9 runs a three-week-long test to see if cab drivers in Washington, D.C., show discrimination towards black people, and what they caught on camera is shocking.
A Florida judge ruled that George Zimmerman’s defense team will not be allowed to introduce “reputation-damaging evidence” about the slain teenager.
Nico Lang wonders if the real reason we’re interested in Charles Ramsey is not because he’s a hero, but rather because he confirms our stereotype of the “hilarious Black neighbor.”
A Virginia man was accused of kidnapping his own children last week because, according to Walmart security, a white man with biracial children just didn’t “match up.”
After his father was declared an enemy of the state in Uganda, his family fled. Now a successful consultant and men’s group leader, Kenny D’Cruz continues to heal from a life marked by persecution and mental illness.
What sort of media attention should be devoted to the survivors and perpetrators of a mass shooting at a parade, where 19 people were injured? American media answers with deafening silence.
European football is plagued by violence and racism, an epidemic that seems to infect primarily young, unemployed men.
White women assuming sexual power over black men is not a new story, says Robert Reece, of news that Danny Brown received unwanted oral sex on stage.
Injustices, large and small, abound in prison. California prison inmate Spoon Jackson, a teacher and poet, is wrongly identified as a gang member and placed on lockdown.
This week’s Manly Man Award goes a guy who’s not afraid to fight when he has to.
Ben Cohen, the first half of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, was at Union Station in Washington on Tuesday to literally give cash away. These were no ordinary bills, though.
Ryan Beck won third place at the California State Science Fair with a football helmet that could reduce sports-related brain injuries in pros and teens alike.
Ladies and Gentlemen; this is called, “Taking a Stand.”
Political Scientist Samantha Power tells the story of a complicated hero, Sergio Vieira de Mello.
How doctoral student Robert Reece blows off steam.
Where fantasy stops, untruths begin. Carl Pettit writes on the relationship between media and body image.
Spoon Jackson contemplates his life without parole
Can people be so tainted that even when they do a good deed, it somehow isn’t?
Matthew Clarke’s conversation with his daughter about her really wanting a cookie is reenacted with him and another full-grown adult.
From the Seavers, to the Simpsons, to the Starks, here is a collection of the greatest advice from our beloved fictional dads from TV.
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We are only given a few moments in life when something feels truly perfect. For Gint Aras, that perfect feeling came with a linen cap on a street in Lithuania.
It took a few years and a lot of broken hearts for Gint Aras to discover what it would take for him to be ready for real love.
Total Cereal and Men’s Health want to give America’s most well-rounded guy a trip for two to New York City.
Men, do you have a room of your own?
If the clothes don’t make the man, do they at least signal what kind of man wears them?
An examination of the ways that what you see in your mind’s eye influences your life.