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The reelection of New Zealand's prime minister was "one for the history books." Her formula for success was science and solidarity. [Read More]
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Smear merchants like Steve Bannon and Rudy Giuliani are trying to peddle a sequel to the Clinton scandals of 2016—but they've lost their groove. [Read More]
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Trump politicizes health care, with devastating consequences. [Read More]
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As climate change fans the flames of wildfires up and down the West Coast, those same fires also endanger efforts to combat climate change. [Read More]
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If Biden plans to fulfill his campaign trail promise that he'll be the "most progressive president since FDR," he'll have to help lead the push... [Read More]
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It won't be easy—despite some polls showing the race in a dead heat and Harrison raising money hand over fist. [Read More]
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Three new books by prominent liberal intellectuals—Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson's Let Them Eat Tweets, Robert B. Reich's The System, and Robert P. Saldin... [Read More]
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The candidate's yard sign? [Read More]
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A champion of economic, social, and racial justice could beat a Republican incumbent in eastern Nebraska. [Read More]
California's Desert Ecosystems Will Never Recover Fire in the Anthropocene has become the environmental equivalent of nuclear war.Mike Davis... [Read More]
The Ohio senator proposes a radically different approach to trade policy. It starts with the word "public." [Read More]
A new history of Ed Logue and his vision of urban renewal documents the broken promises of midcentury liberalism. [Read More]
"His short speech, delivered from the Blue Room balcony overlooking the South Lawn, was the first time he has been seen in public since leaving... [Read More]
Were NBA players correct to finish their season, given concerns that they would distract from the movements in the streets? I think they were. [Read More]
Democratic challengers in Georgia and Texas have a great fighting chance, and they need more help  than promising contenders in other states. [Read More]
Trying to get ahead. [Read More]
Angry, prickly, and paranoid, the president struggled to defend his record when challenged by a tough journalist and ordinary Americans. [Read More]
Dark obsessions. Scenes from our series "The Greater Quiet" for the week of October 12. [Read More]
His paranoid fantasies are for the masses, but they are propped up by plenty of elites. [Read More]
As the growing number of Black and Latinx voters threaten the GOP's stranglehold on power, attempts to limit safe voting options during the pandemic reveal... [Read More]
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