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Pundits like Bret Stephens have declared war on an entire generation. But their crusade rests on tired cliches. [Read More]
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While Washington debates Trump's legal maneuvers, his administration is committing acts of cruelty that dwarf impeachable offenses. [Read More]
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The Democratic candidate claims to be a defender of public education. But in 2000, he hawked school vouchers for the future education secretary. [Read More]
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Speaker Pelosi's plan to keep Trump's crimes and misdemeanors on the back burner has been overtaken by events—and a Michigan Republican. [Read More]
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With legislators and public alike focused on Saudi influence, another Gulf country's lobbying efforts are flying under the radar. [Read More]
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"Abel and Cain" is about memory, how it's made and remade, sequelized and turned into kitsch. [Read More]
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A Republican "autopsy" of 2018 losses in Wisconsin shows a party struggling to reconcile racist policies with midwestern politics. [Read More]
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There's a reason more big businesses are pushing for a carbon tax—and it's not because they want to fight climate change. [Read More]
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The far right fears nothing more than public humiliation. [Read More]
How art and culture became captured by the logic of the consumer market... [Read More]
The former Chicago mayor and newly minted pundit is right about why the middle class is so mad, but he's oblivious to his own elitism. [Read More]
Why the revolutionary left has always been bad news for democracy... [Read More]
The quest for radical equality in the American grain... [Read More]
The Russian writer Maxim Osipov was best known as a medical doctor, until he began to publish arresting, empathetic stories of sickness and treatment. [Read More]
For Democrats in 2020, energizing and expanding the base will bring in far more votes than moving right to grab a vanishingly small psychographic. [Read More]
Passing a federal law to enshrine Roe v. Wade would require control of the White House and Congress—and approval from the Supreme Court. [Read More]
The gender wage gap has stagnated because the system leaves it up to female workers to fight for fairness. [Read More]
Trump's plan to free white service members accused of overseas atrocities both typifies and strengthens his Fox News feedback loop. [Read More]
A TNR roundtable discusses "The Iron Throne," the last episode in the final season of the HBO fantasy series. [Read More]
The ex-lawyer for Harvey Weinstein isn't a victim of political correctness or #MeToo excess. He put his professional brand above his students' welfare. [Read More]
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