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An inside look at the group’s first Western film, Bulletproof
Russell Simmons on advocating the world’s most pretentious diet
“Whatever spot on the political spectrum you occupy, we all find fairly common things funny.”
A mobile beauty shop serves the shelters of New York City.
Photographer Nicole Tung reflects on how loss has shaped the way she covers conflict.
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A question for The Atlantic’s in-house doctor
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Israeli-born Eyal Weizman collects forensic-style evidence to understand the origins of violence in Gaza.
How a cinderblock community in Port-au-Prince got a bold renovation