Democrats try to find a winning strategy after a midterm defeat, why treating your employees well can also be good for business, Christopher Orr interviews his kids about Dreamworks' new movie "Penguins of Madagascar," and more...
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November 26, 2014
The Case for Police Reform Is Much Bigger Than Michael Brown
There are clearer, more persuasive illustrations of law-enforcement misbehavior and the need to rein it in.
CONOR FRIEDERSDORF
If You Keep Texting, Your Head Will Fall Off
Countering the claim that texting is ruining spines
JAMES HAMBLIN
What's Next for the Democrats?
The party is still trying to cope with this month's brutal electoral losses.
MOLLY BALL
A New Business Strategy: Treating Employees Well
While some companies squeeze staff to make more money, a growing number are testing the theory that they can have both profits and happy workers.
ALANA SEMUELS
A Kids' Eye View of 'Penguins of Madagascar'
The modestly amusing spinoff, assessed by its target demographic
CHRISTOPHER ORR
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