John Roberts is still making up his mind about race and voter-ID laws, people like to keep "backburner" relationships alive as backup options, it's time to embrace the trailer park, and more...
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October 24, 2014
The Allure of Radical Islam in Canada
What's behind the latest surge in political violence, and what Canadians can do about it
David Frum
On Race and Voter ID, John Roberts Wants It Both Ways
Once, the chief justice said the only way to stop discriminating on race was to stop discrimination on race. Now his tune isn't so clear.
Garrett Epps
The Case for Trailer Parks
Houses made in a factory are a cheap and energy-efficient way for poorer Americans to become homeowners--plus, these days, the mass-produced units can be pretty spiffy.
Alana Samuels
The Psychology of 'Backburner' Relationships
It's natural for humans to pay attention to all their romantic options, and new research shows Facebook helps them do that.
Julie Beck
"Birdman": A Giddy Fantasia of Broadway (and Superheroes)
Director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu and cinematographer Emanuel Lubezki deliver one of the year's best--and oddest--films.
Christopher Orr
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