The story behind the invention of string cheese, why the Affordable Care Act didn't enroll as many Americans as it thought last year, Christopher Orr reviews the latest installment of "The Hunger Games," and more...
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November 22, 2014
On Immigration, Obama Fulfills His Promise to Progressives
The president has long been tugged between his bipartisan urges and his activist roots. With his executive order and speech Thursday, he chose activism.
PETER BEINART
Behind the Writing on the Stalls
Why do people scribble on bathroom walls? Other than, you know, for fun.
JULIE BECK
The Secret Life of String Cheese
The inventor of the mozzarella cheese stick in your childhood brown bags wasn't looking to be your lunchroom superstar.
TANYA BASU
The Affordable Care Act's Embarrassing Moment of Tooth
The administration mistakenly included dental plans in the 7.3 million enrollment total under Obamacare. Without them, the government missed its target.
RUSSELL BERMAN
'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Is Darker, More Relentless Than Ever
Would it have been better if they hadn't split it in two? Probably. But it's still awfully good.
CHRISTOPHER ORR
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