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What seemed to enrage a former inmate most was the mutual consent of the men he lived with. [Read More]
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The passive-aggressive approach, the point-and-scowl, the direct hit, and other ways to try to get people to cover their dang faces. [Read More]
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In testimony before the Senate, the public-health expert sounded as though he had no option left but to appeal directly to the American people. [Read More]
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Oil companies don't become solar companies for the same reason that Facebook doesn't rein in misinformation. [Read More]
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The story of the state flag provides a window into how false narratives about the American South are sustained. [Read More]
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Jared Kushner will reportedly be tasked with rotating all of Trump's papers until they are in the optimal position for reading. [Read More]
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At a moment when the world's museums are being called out for ingrained and unexamined inequalities, the American Museum of Natural History has taken decisive... [Read More]
Scratch an itchin' for a backroom hitchin': five letters. [Read More]
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A whole vision of history seems to be leaving the stage. [Read More]
In Smriti Keshari's new documentary, the shop owners and best friends reminisce about how New York City—and its fashion—has changed around them. [Read More]
A condemned man in Texas is asking the Supreme Court to consider the clinical, if not compassionate, possibility of redemption. [Read More]
Cartoons have often been considered exempt from the country's prejudices. In fact, they form a genre built on the marble and mud of racial signification. [Read More]
The idea that the Chief Justice is dedicated to overturning Roe v. Wade seems fanciful in light of his latest opinion on abortion rights. [Read More]
"Day in, day out, the President has to ignore briefs on a wide range of subjects," a White House official said. [Read More]
The race is on. [Read More]
The author reads his story from the July 6 & 13, 2020, issue of the magazine. [Read More]
"I saw Goody Lewis not social-distancing with the Devil!" [Read More]
The polymathic artist, who died last week, at the age of ninety-one, recognized that the job of graphic design is to communicate. [Read More]
The legal scholar Mary Ziegler discusses Roberts's emphasis on precedence, and explains how the Court's decision isn't an unequivocal victory for freedom of choice. [Read More]
In some counties, prisons are the largest providers of mental-health care. What happens when their inmates, who are also their patients, are suddenly released? [Read More]
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