A brilliant new account upends bedrock assumptions about 30,000 years of change.
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A lasting effect of this pandemic will be a revolution in worker expectations.
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The Texas governor appears more worried about losing his primary than saving the lives of his constituents.
An enduring scientific debate is about humanity’s past—and its future.