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Jeffrey Goldberg
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Jacob Buchdahl 5h
I agree what has to say here, and he says it well:
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Julie Beck 4h
Brett Kavanaugh’s alma mater, Georgetown Prep, sends a letter defending the school’s “wonderful community,” just, you know, for no particular reason
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Yoni Appelbaum 6h
“If Kavanaugh cannot present such a defense—even if he truly believes himself innocent, even if he *is* innocent—the better part of valor is to get out now," writes
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adam harris 8h
The founders were *reeeeally* into the idea of a national university. And if it had actually happened, it could have been the answer to some of the affordability issues we're facing now. I wrote about why it didn't work it:
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The Atlantic 8h
. on Brett Kavanaugh, Ed Whelan, and the week of magical thinking:
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Madeleine Carlisle 11h
Why do activists want these bail reform tools abolished? I wrote about it for :
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Marina Koren 10h
Cool illustration, cooler discovery: Astronomers can still see the effects of a galactic encounter that occurred hundreds of millions of years ago.
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Yoni Appelbaum 10h
"Watching Buruma suggest that this piece, replete with self-delusion, meaningfully explored those consequences, felt like just one more moment in the culture’s intellectual gas-lighting of women.” in :
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James Fallows 20h
With 47 days until the midterms, a descent into the surreal : by me, Time Capsule entry
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Peter Lattman 23h
The accusations against Kavanaugh prompted to share her own story in The Atlantic. She talked about it today on The Daily podcast with the great .
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Ann Hulbert 23h
Just about every book about climate change aimed at a general audience contains within it a message of hope, and often a prod toward action. explains in why one that refuses to provide either has lots to teach us.
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The Atlantic Sep 20
Scientists have finally confirmed that this weird ribbed oval is an animal by studying molecules from the organism's cells that have been preserved for more than half a billion years, reports
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Ann Hulbert Sep 20
“a very particular gentleman with exceedingly tight boots on, trying to walk fast over loose pebbles.” That's Dickens on ravens. Read on ravens in
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The Atlantic Sep 20
Backlash to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could help elect an unprecedented number of minority women to offices around the country, writes:
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David Wallace-Wells Sep 20
“When Gül Dölen first gave ecstasy to octopuses, she didn’t know what to expect.”
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Megan Garber Sep 20
This masterpiece is ultimately about the mysteries of mindfulness, the dignities of science, the wonders of the deep. It is also, however, about OCTOPUSES ON ECSTASY
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Robinson Meyer Sep 20
I wrote about academic mega-drama over a mega-drought that started the Meghalayan:
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Rachel Gutman Sep 20
. writes on what happens when you get octophigh
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Conor Friedersdorf Sep 20
For some core Trump supporters, ambivalence about the GOP's performance in the midterms is totally rational
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The Atlantic Festival Sep 20
Overdoses killed more people in one year than guns and car accidents combined. Before read 's piece on the opioid crisis making its way to the workplace:
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