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Most American Christians Believe They’re Victims of Discrimination

Most American Christians Believe They’re Victims of Discrimination

They say religious discrimination against Christians is as big a problem as discrimination against other groups.

Emma Green

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The Missing Men

The Missing Men

Millions of men in the prime of their lives are missing from the labor force. Could a big U.S. housing construction project bring them back?

Derek Thompson

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Asian Americans and the Future of Affirmative Action

Asian Americans and the Future of Affirmative Action

The way members of the ‘model minority’ are treated in elite-college admissions could affect race-based standards moving forward.

Alia Wong

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The Push to Make Pears the New Apples

The Push to Make Pears the New Apples

A horticulturist wants a different fruit to rule America’s grocery aisles.

Taryn Phaneuf

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The Future of Archaeology Is 'Spacejunk'

The Future of Archaeology Is 'Spacejunk'

Museum tours may one day rocket beyond Earth to explore abandoned satellites and derelict spacecraft.

Geoff Manaugh

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Wind Across America: Reviving the Heartland

The advance of U.S. wind power is doing more than cutting greenhouse gas emissions: It's also bringing good jobs and rising prosperity to the American Midwest.Read More

Hell for Abortion Providers

Hell for Abortion Providers

The Supreme Court struck down a law that would force many Texas clinics to close. But for abortion providers in conservative areas, staying open is just the start.

Olga Khazan

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The Trump Campaign Just Became Literature

The Trump Campaign Just Became Literature

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has a new short story: a Virginia Woolf-inflected ode to Melania Trump.

Megan Garber

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British Political Turmoil Makes America's Look Like Amateur Hour

British Political Turmoil Makes America's Look Like Amateur Hour

Boris Johnson stabbed David Cameron in the back. Michael Gove stabbed David Cameron in the back. Michael Gove stabbed Boris Johnson in the back. It’s very simple.

Krishnadev Calamur

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The World's Largest Mosquito Factory

The World's Largest Mosquito Factory

Inside a laboratory at the forefront of the fight against Zika

Emily Anne Epstein

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 The Obscure Blogger Who Reversed the Recession

The Obscure Blogger Who Reversed the Recession

How Scott Sumner used 20th century economics to help solve a 21st century economic downturn

Jaclyn Skurie

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The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus’s Wife

The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus’s Wife

A hotly contested, supposedly ancient manuscript suggests Christ was married. But believing its origin story—a real-life Da Vinci Code, involving a Harvard professor, a onetime Florida pornographer, and an escape from East Germany—requires a big leap of faith.

Ariel Sabar

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Personal Stories of Abortion Made Public

Personal Stories of Abortion Made Public

Readers share their own experiences in an ongoing series.

Chris Bodenner and Emma Green

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How Democrats Moved Left on Wall Street

How Democrats Moved Left on Wall Street

Populist economic appeals are now mainstream. That doesn’t mean words will translate into action.

Clare Foran

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