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Trump announced a new missile defense strategy that sounds ambitious—but relies on technology that is "experimental verging on speculative," and write
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McKay Coppins 10h
"The story is a Rorschach test—tell me how you first reacted, and I can probably tell where you live, who you voted for in 2016, and your general take on a list of other issues."
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McKay Coppins 10h
Martin Luther King Jr. is now celebrated as a modern founding father, a celebration that gives those who oppose his agenda a claim to his legacy, writes :
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Adrienne LaFrance 10h
This is extremely , which is to say it's very smart and you should read it right now
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A viral video of Catholic students appearing to clash with Native Americans. A second video calling the first into question. Just more reminders that video rarely records simple truth, writes :
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"If fiction was a mirror I’d got used to looking into, well, suddenly the mirror had eyes." talks to about what it's like to write under a spotlight:
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Adrienne LaFrance 11h
"Most modern memorials take stock of King around the 'I Have a Dream' speech in 1963... fewer peer into his early or late years. They miss the fraught political landscape of his death, the 'white backlash' that he warned about..."
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The Atlantic 11h
Donald Trump became the first American leader to meet his North Korean counterpart on June 12, 2018. argues that Trump’s theatrical approach to foreign policy puts the United States’ alliances and American values up for negotiation.
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"In withdrawing the United States from the historic Paris Agreement, Donald Trump rewrote the future of the Earth’s climate," warns :
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In early 2017, a bizarre photo of a glowing orb illuminated the Trump presidency for what it is: “unbelievable, almost otherworldly naffness,” writes James Parker. And Trump “is in his element.”
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Elaine Godfrey 13h
"The story is a Rorschach test—tell me how you first reacted, and I can probably tell where you live, who you voted for in 2016, and your general take on a list of other issues—but it shouldn’t be."
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When it comes to what Donald Trump says, “accuracy seems irrelevant.” , the editor of , writes about the truth-bending that has come out of the Oval Office during the Trump presidency
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“I think we’re on a cusp here, where all of a sudden we’re going to have a new paradigm for understanding how the brain works.” The grid-based neurons that help the brain orient itself in space could be used to encode much more, Jordana Cepelewicz reports.
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"An Orchestra of Minorities," Chigozie Obioma's second book, doubles as a sacrificial love story and the tale of an outsider's journey, writes
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Vernon Loeb 14h
Must reading on MLK Day: Martin Luther King Jr. is now celebrated as a modern founding father, a celebration that gives those who oppose his policy agenda a claim to his legacy, writes Vann R. Newkirk II in :
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Martin Luther King Jr. is now celebrated as a modern founding father, a celebration that gives those who oppose his policy agenda a claim to his legacy, writes
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A new pop-up book creates a creepily beautiful vision of a world where life to some extent has moved on without us, writes
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Christina Sommers 15h
Why I love the ⁦⁩: Honest pieces like this: “I Failed the Covington Catholic Test” Bravo ⁦
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With precise care, the novels "Milkman," "His Favorites," and "Those Who Knew" explore the effects of sexual assault not only on survivors, but also on societies, writes:
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Adrienne LaFrance 16h
“As I watched the longer videos, I began to see the smirking kid in a different light.”
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