Earlier this month, Adam Harris wrote about how public schools’ dependence on local property taxes can lead to large ...
The immigration raid last week at seven poultry plants in rural Mississippi was a perfect symbol of the Trump ...
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Recent television shows and news stories raise a similar question: Can systems of oppression function without the involvement ...
The public’s judgment about whether the United States won or lost the war will affect civilian-military relations for years ...
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Hot or not? The question of whom we’re attracted to and why has long confounded humankind’s greatest philosophers, scientists ...
At the base of a pale hill in the badlands of northeastern Wyoming, Susie Maidment hits her hammer against stone. She breaks ...
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Half a decade after the Supreme Court’s same-sex-marriage decision, the justices and Congress are still trying to figure out ...
Chinese President Xi Jinping is a man in a rush to build a legacy. In 2013, only four months into his presidency, Xi launched ...
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The Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft is aiming for a September 7 landing. Marina Koren writes about science and technology. People ...
In 1966, a 38-year-old man visited a hospital in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. His name, his symptoms, and ...
“URGENT,” the emails were marked. Since Jeffrey Epstein’s death at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, at least 20 ...
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AUSTIN, Texas—Juan Sanchez, the founder of America’s largest network of shelters for detained migrant children, greeted his ...
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