A war-game exercise simulating the 2020 election unmasked some key vulnerabilities.
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Yet for the past few weeks, Democrats have come to Kobach’s rescue, spending at least $4 million to help the unapologetic Trump ally win the Republican nomination for an open U.
Sure enough, the first season of In the Dark found a larger audience after the streaming platform picked it up, and since ...
As colleges unveil their reopening plans for the fall, concerns about the safety of faculty teaching in classrooms populated ...
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One woman worries she can’t leave Facebook without leaving her social life. One man sheepishly says he quit Facebook for a few weeks and crept back when he missed his friends. At the heart of this ...
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Now the tide is turning, and taking cop shows with it. In June, Cops, the documentary ride-along show that took viewers to ...
This latest rhetorical escalation has increased the urgency of a long-simmering question: Can anything be done to rein in the speech of a president unmoored from reality and unmoved by decency? The ...
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Today, a new realization is dawning, and as the debate over schools reopening rages, we must acknowledge it plainly: We aren’t going back to how it was. And we shouldn’t. “This push to open schools is ...
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When Payne sat down, Camara noticed tears in his eyes. The day before Payne visited Camara, Arri had abruptly left work. She told a friend and colleague, Christy Adams, that she’d forgotten her lunch ...
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Christian relations at the heart of the imagined “Judeo-Christian” tradition. The reference to Saint Paul’s famous vision of Christian universalism—“neither Jew nor Greek”—cast Jews as a people ...
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This week, with the announcement of the 2020 Booker Prize longlist, avid and casual readers alike have a new group of novels ...
My husband and I have three terrific kids, ages 6, 4, and 2. Our oldest is cautious, helpful, and precocious. Our youngest is easygoing, affectionate, and goofy. Our middle child is persistent, bold, ...