Charles Blow

The notorious GOP operative said Jake Tapper and Don Lemon should be "punished."
The mean and increasingly incoherent presidential campaign of Donald Trump is oddly enhanced (in entertainment) by the spectacle of his surrogates on cable news shows.
The last thing Obama's final roasting didn't need to end on is associating him with the n-word - even as an act of thanks and brotherly love.
Son Jep has not to be like his father, of course, but in the first episodes the new parents don't show any enlightenment
When Donald Trump’s security escorted the Univision anchor Jorge Ramos out of a news conference on Tuesday, I decided that
Poverty, especially now, is more like quicksand. Once you fall into it, it's harder and harder to get out. Opportunity to improve one's life has disappeared for most Americans, especially those who are poor.
I have been traveling away from Palo Alto to L.A., Florida, and New York City. During this time there have been certain events in the news and others from my personal experience that have challenged my customary comfort zone of perception and cognition.
On Monday, Yale University sent an email backing the Yale Police Department, but saying an investigation will be conducted
When teachers embrace students as individuals and recognize their personal strengths and needs, young people in poverty can develop the kind of confidence needed to propel them beyond their circumstances.
“[Bi]sexuality presents in a lot of different ways," he explained in an interview with me on SiriusXM Progress. “People can
New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow talks to Marc about his deeply personal memoir, "Fire Shut Up In My Bones," and
I WAS away at college doing much of nothing, just pushing back against sorrow as it pressed down. My mother called. She told
Charles Blow is one of the columnists in the New York Times that I usually count on to challenge the conventional wisdom and to speak up for the powerless. Sadly, in his latest column, he parrots the conventional wisdom and voices the opinions of the elites.
While President Obama and the Democratic establishment have all come out in support of marriage equality over the past few years, most mainstream politicians are still behind the curve on drug policy reform.
“Louisiana is the world’s prison capital. The state imprisons more of its people, per head, than any of its U.S. counterparts
2011-11-29-20111107bothsidesnow.jpgArianna and Kellyanne Conway discuss Jonathan Haidt's new book, which argues that "righteousness" precedes self-righteousness. Through that lens, the women debate their different views of the Trayvon shooting and "War on Women".
Blow, Capehart and O'Donnell took turns questioning Oliver about his relationship to Zimmerman. Oliver characterized himself
New York Times columnist Charles Blow issued an apology on Friday for sending a controversial tweet about Mitt Romney during