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Jeremy Raff 11h
before arguing against soap and toothbrushes, the government argued for solitary confinement of immigrant kids under obama. “it’s wrong to think the problem can be cured with a presidential election” ... essential context for the recent legal arguments
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Prashant Rao 5h
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are campaigning to be Britain's next prime minister. Whoever wins will have to grapple with the Catch 22 driving the country's politics crazy.
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Sarah Laskow 17m
When breeders raise monarchs, or when people rear wild eggs inside, the butterflies don't quite have it together
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Edward-Isaac Dovere 17m
NEW - Climate guy is looking to branch out, starting with tomorrow’s debate and continuing into July - but can he convince people he’s about more than the issue he’s most identified with?
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The Atlantic 4h
After pulling back from a strike on Iran, the Trump administration opted to impose sanctions targeting the Supreme Leader. But it's unclear how effective they'll really be, reports :
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The Atlantic 4h
Despite reported plans to augment drones and baby monitors with cameras, Amazon is still poised to avoid much of the backlash against surveillance technology. The reason: Suspicion is currency, writes.
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The Atlantic 5h
Interactions or negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang cannot simply be transactional, @duyeongkim writes:
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The metaphor was so obvious, even cliché, but it was also inescapable: As Pete Buttigieg is driving to a town hall late Saturday afternoon, huge, dark clouds moved into the sunny sky, and a cold wind started blowing through the heat.
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The Atlantic 6h
A fecal-transplant patient has unexpectedly died just as the FDA is deciding the future of the unconventional procedure. New from :
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The Atlantic 6h
Viewers of Thursday's Democratic presidential debate will see a former vice president, senators, congressmen, governors, and two candidates most of them have never heard of: Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson, reports:
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The Atlantic 6h
How long would the war take? How much would it cost? How many Americans and Iranians could die? New from :
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The Atlantic 7h
Baby boomers made rules that nudge young people out of homeownership, employment, education, and public budgeting. They "ruined America," argues Lyman Stone.
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The Atlantic 7h
See if you can solve today's mini puzzle:
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The Atlantic 7h
“What I was actually faced with wasn’t seriously sick children,” said Carrie Quinn, the executive director of the Mount Sinai Parenting Center. More often, it was parents anxious over what to do about their kids’ behavior issues or language delays.
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The Atlantic 8h
More than half of the world's countries affirm health care as a human right, but guaranteeing that right requires a lot more than a single policy, writes :
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The Atlantic 8h
The policymakers and pundits advocating an attack on Iran, answers , have been failing to answer a simple question: What happens after the bombing starts?
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The Atlantic 9h
Infants and toddlers in detention at the U.S. border are being left in the care of slightly older children—which has grave implications for both the babies and the older kids taking care of them, writes
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The Atlantic 9h
Moviemakers who claim theatergoing is dead, and that streaming services are the future, ignore how physical cinemas and the likes of Netflix can operate symbiotically, argues:
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The Atlantic 9h
Weird, wonderful photos from another era, curated by
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The Atlantic 10h
Despite protests, a celebration of Pride in small-town Norway draws thousands of supporters. From :
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