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The Tragic Death of a Secret Gamer
To his mother, David Hance was a shy, nerdy Puerto Rican kid from the Bronx who had an unhealthy obsession with video games. ...
Jesse Jackson on Reparations: ‘We Are Due a Different Kind of Recognition’
Thirty years ago, the reverend made reparations for slavery core to his presidential campaigns. Now he’s watching as the ...
Cruising in the Age of Consent
Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series about the gay-rights movement and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall ...
Los Angeles Is in Crisis. So Why Isn’t It Building More Housing?
A few short months ago, Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, was giving serious consideration to running for the ...
Everyone Wants to Talk About Reparations. But for How Long?
The issue makes the occasional blip in the national conversation. Yet in communities that have been fighting inequality for ...
Read Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Testimony on Reparations
“The question really is not whether we’ll be tied to the somethings of our past, but whether we are courageous enough to be ...
The End of the Age of Paternity Secrets
A historian of fatherhood wonders whether the rapid embrace of consumer DNA testing will be seen as a positive development in ...
For True Trump Believers, the Magic Isn’t Lost
ORLANDO—These are snapshots of loyalty. Rain-soaked Donald Trump supporters huddle under a tent outside the 20,000-capacity ...
The Dark Teen Show That Pushes the Edge of Provocation
The protagonist in Euphoria is Rue, a 17-year-old addict played spectacularly by the former Disney Channel star Zendaya—a ...
The Tyranny of Workplace Food-Shamers
The first time someone commented on what I was eating at work, I was a teenager at my first job, manning the front desk at ...
In Washington, the Venezuelan Opposition Has Already Won
In Washington, D.C., Juan Guaidó and his representatives are feted as Venezuela’s only true leaders. But that’s far less of a ...
The Defense Department Is Leaderless Again
Patrick Shanahan spent an unprecedented five and a half months as acting defense secretary—only to be forced to withdraw from ...