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If a picture is worth a thousand words, a staged photo op outside the White House succinctly tells the story of the Trump presidency. [Read More]
In a speech today, the vice president portrayed this week's events as a turning point for America—and as a binary choice in visions for its... [Read More]
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Our fellow citizens are not the enemy, and must never become so. [Read More]
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On who looters are, what they want, and why some protests are more likely to include them... [Read More]
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As protests rage across America, the president has posed in front of an Episcopal church and a Catholic shrine to signal religious unity. But many... [Read More]
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If this is what a law-and-order presidency looks like, what is the alternative? [Read More]
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By invoking the word yesterday, Trump erased the purpose of demonstrators across the country. The media should not follow suit. [Read More]
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The government cannot strip all Americans of their right to assemble, even if some demonstrations are violent. [Read More]
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The president's photo op outside St. John's Church was emblematic of his appeal to the religious right. [Read More]
How a pandemic transforms the familiar into the unfamiliar... [Read More]
In 1968, Nixon offered a promise of peace and order. Today, Trump offers only conflict. [Read More]
The president is stuck in a vicious downward spiral. [Read More]
Instead, the Iowa Republican's primary challengers have framed him as just another ineffective career politician. [Read More]
Amid protests around the country, the president deployed the federal government's firepower to try to rehabilitate his image. [Read More]
It's been one week since George Floyd died after being pinned under the knee of a Minnesota police officer. The scene in the country now... [Read More]
In The Atlantic's July/August issue, Anne Applebaum reports on why Republican leaders abandoned their principles in support of an immoral president... [Read More]
The conceptual artist, who died yesterday at 84, made constructing quixotic, monumental projects his life's work. [Read More]
The sometimes-dazzling dance pop of 'Chromatica' is a return to form, but she's not overselling it. [Read More]
The president believes that those who oppose him should be punished, but that those who support him should be free to do as they please. [Read More]
As the nation convulsed, the White House went dark. [Read More]
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