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"Before long, the abolitionist movement had seized on the Eastern’s policy of separation, making it the centerpiece of a rancorous political struggle, one with enduring implications — about the deep roots of Northern racism..."
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The Washington Post Magazine 18h
By the time he had drained his pineapple-pandan soda and dutifully swallowed part of the last course, an avocado topped with pickled cauliflower, I’d learned that what worried him — and what brought him to Washington often — was “fake” meat.
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The Washington Post Magazine 23h
yesterday signed a directive to create . Our story about what some science-fiction writers had to say about it.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 19
Could Pete Buttigieg Become the First Millennial President? - The Washington Post
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 19
Self-help author Marianne Williamson wants to be your healer in chief - The Washington Post
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 19
will be on today. Who is Pete Buttigieg? Read our piece on him: Could Pete Buttigieg become the first millennial president?
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 19
At its peak in 1944, the OSS employed 13,000 men and women who carried out espionage and sabotage against the Axis powers, was the forerunner of today’s CIA. It’s estimated that fewer than 100 of these original operatives are still alive.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 19
Being a Muslim American activist, I’ve been targeted by the right wing in a way that is very dangerous. I’ve tried to shelter my kids. One day my daughter asked, “Mom, you think that you’ll get shot?”
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 18
You think you know Capitol Hill? Think again.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 18
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 15
Review | Don’t anyone dare fall for a dish, though, because Clarity’s entire menu changes. Every. Single. Day. By
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 15
This is the story of how, for about two days last month, my daughter became an international celebrity. Her fame was fleeting, but dramatic. By
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 14
Yes, there are actually nice Date Lab commenters.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 14
Valentines Day is about romance. Unless you are a flower delivery business. Then, it's more like DEFCON 2.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 14
Happy Valentines Day from Date Lab! Date Lab fans (and haters) can catch DL editor on at noon or anytime at
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 14
She was the only thing he was focused on during their date
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 13
A few doors down, I make it through “Adam” but stutter on my last name. The woman at the door repeats after me, incredulous: Gi-Gi-Giannelli. It feels like she’s mocking me, but maybe she thinks I have a very long Italian name.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 12
Capitol Hill is famous for its politics. Just the name means something to everyone else in the country. But living on Capitol Hill means something different to me.
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 12
"The amount of money, time and effort [the fossil fuel industry] invested in obfuscation and denial turns out to be staggering. And successful. ... Even at the cost of breaking the planet, which they fully understood was the cost. "
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The Washington Post Magazine Feb 11
A blood splatter. A Rorschach test. A praying mantis. A "broken-winged pterodactyl, lying prostrate across the center of the state," to quote one federal judge. We’re talking about Maryland’s 3rd Congressional District,
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