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How to Deal With North Korea

There are no good options. But some are worse than others.

Mark Bowden

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Police officers attend to the scene after a vehicle collided with pedestrians in Finsbury Park on June 19, 2017.

London and the Clash of the Extremists

The violence ISIS carries out in the west provides fodder for anti-Muslim attackers, and violence against Muslims feeds back into the ISIS narrative.

J.M. Berger

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What's in the Senate Republican Health-Care Bill

Like the House version, Mitch McConnell’s proposal would slash taxes, cut Medicaid, and eliminate Obamacare’s insurance mandates for individuals and employers.

Russell Berman

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Travis Kalanick attends the 89th Academy Awards in February 2017

What Will Uber Become Without Travis Kalanick as CEO?

Investors forced the brash executive’s resignation for the good of the company—but what does that mean for its future?

Adrienne LaFrance

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Watergate Lawyer: I Witnessed Nixon's Downfall—and I've Got a Warning for Trump

Richard Ben-Veniste on the uncanny parallels between the scandal he investigated and the controversy over the White House’s alleged links to Russia

Richard Ben-Veniste

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Populism Will Save the Democrats

Franklin Foer argues the party needs a populist message to win back a majority.

Leah Varjacques and Franklin Foer

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B. Mendoza Vasquez, an H-2A contract worker, sits on a bed in the room he shares with three other farmworkers in a dorm built by his employer.

The Apple Pickers of the Yakima Valley

A photo essay

David Bacon

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Three men sit with red and white graduation chords. One has his hand over his heart

How the Liberal Arts Help Veterans Thrive

Vassar’s first class of student-veterans to graduate proves that the benefits of an elite liberal-arts education extend to them, too.

Kara Voght

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Therapy for Everybody

In Appalachia, a primary-care clinic offers quick bursts of psychotherapy on the spot.

Olga Khazan

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What Mormon Family Trees Tell Us About Cancer

By searching the church's famed family trees, scientists have tracked down a cancer-causing mutation that came west with a pioneer couple—just in time to save the lives of their great-great-great-great grandchildren.

Sarah Zhang

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The Big Sick Is the Best Romantic Comedy in Years

Kumail Nanjiani has transmuted a remarkable true story into a warm, big-hearted summer film that deserves to be a blockbuster.

David Sims

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A man walks through the woods

Why I Chose Summer Camp Over Internships

Fewer teens are working summer jobs these days, but the lessons learned during a few weeks in the woods are incomparable.

Hayley Glatter

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Go Fly a Kite

In recognition of the warmer weather in the northern hemisphere, this is an invitation to take some time, go outside, and set a kite aloft.

Alan Taylor

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