Sexual-misconduct allegations against the Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer, the scientists rethinking animal cognition, the politics of disgust, and how Russian kleptocracy came to America. Plus Alfonso Cuarón’s feminist oeuvre, active-shooter drills’ damaging effects on children, how humans tamed themselves, FDR and Hoover’s fight over big government, and more.

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March 2019

March 2019

Sexual-misconduct allegations against the <em>Bohemian Rhapsody</em> director Bryan Singer, the scientists rethinking animal cognition, the politics of disgust, and how Russian kleptocracy came to America. Plus Alfonso Cuarón’s feminist oeuvre, active-shooter drills’ damaging effects on children, how humans tamed themselves, FDR and Hoover’s fight over big government, and more.

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Impeach Donald Trump

Starting the process will rein in a president who is undermining American ideals—and bring the debate about his fitness for office into Congress, where it belongs.

Yoni Appelbaum

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Editor's Note

Impeachment: An Argument

Jeffrey Goldberg

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Features

A Journey Into the Animal Mind

Ross Andersen

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‘Nobody Is Going to Believe You’

Alex French and Maximillian Potter

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Liberals and Conservatives React in Wildly Different Ways to Repulsive Pictures

Kathleen McAuliffe

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Russian-Style Kleptocracy Is Infiltrating America

Franklin Foer

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Dispatches

Active-Shooter Drills Are Tragically Misguided

Erika Christakis

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Workplace Theft Is on the Rise

Rene Chun

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Roma Is the Latest Entry in Alfonso Cuarón’s Feminist Oeuvre

Devin Gordon

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The Sad Story of a Rare Cat and Its Loyal Parasite

Rebecca Giggs

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Why Ford Hired a Furniture Maker as CEO

Jerry Useem

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Sears Once Sold Heroin

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The Culture File

Wes Anderson Is Under Edward Gorey’s Spell

James Parker

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A Bold New Theory Proposes That Humans Tamed Themselves

Melvin Konner

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John Roberts’s Biggest Test Is Yet to Come

Michael O'Donnell

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The Bitter Origins of the Fight Over Big Government

Kim Phillips-Fein

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Hollywood’s Secret History of Sexuality

Dana Stevens

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What Medical School Doesn’t Teach About Death

Ann Hulbert

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Departments

The Conversation: The Sex Recession

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What Was the Biggest Scandal of All Time?

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Poetry

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Phillis Levin

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