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“This is what happens when public health fails.”
The U.S. cannot wall itself off from the troubles facing its neighbors.
Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson are choosing a terrible time to leave Earth.
To undocumented people like me, a few pieces of paper are the difference between stability and crisis.
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They condition their members to see themselves as soldiers at war with the public they are meant to serve, and above the laws they are meant to enforce.
Attacks on symbols of nationhood are not merely symbolic actions. They strike at the nationhood the symbol represents.
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The real villain isn’t a faceless Wall Street Goliath; it’s your neighbors and local governments stopping the construction of new units.
John Marshall not only owned people; he owned many of them, and aggressively bought them when he could.
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Just beneath a thin veneer of orderliness, the United States faces a set of perilous, unresolved threats.
The game is supposed to be fun.
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Eleven senators didn’t even bother to cast a vote on a commission to investigate a violent attack on their own workplace.
“The lessons I learned and the people I met have always influenced who I am as a person and as a parent. Those were formative years.”