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 2022-11-28 21:13 

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The Gift of Civil Discussion...

Plus: An unusual list of things to be grateful for...

 2022-11-28 19:22 

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Photos: Europe's Christmas Markets Return...

Images of some of the Christmas markets that recently opened in Berlin, Strasbourg, Tallinn, Prague, Wroclaw, Nuremberg, and more....

 2022-11-28 19:17 

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A Ploy, Not a Principle...

Republican criticism of the Mar-a-Lago dinner with a Holocaust denier will be disavowed if Trump looks to be winning the party's 2024 nomination....

 2022-11-28 19:10 

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I'm Scared of My Baby Monitor...

Baby cams are sold on the notion that something could go disastrously wrong in the nursery....

 2022-11-28 17:04 

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China's Zero Tolerance for Xi's COVID Restrictions...

The popular defiance is a direct challenge to the Communist Party leader's authority....

 2022-11-28 14:28 

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The Future of Monkeypox...

As case numbers fall, the outbreak could become entrenched....

 2022-11-28 13:01 

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The Kingdom Is the Strangest Medical Drama You'll Ever See...

Lars von Trier's hospital horror-comedy, back for a third season, is a scathing satire of institutional failure....

 2022-11-28 13:01 

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Seven Books About How the World Really Works...

These titles do more than answer questions: They explain how life moves and what moves it....

 2022-11-28 12:31 

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The Strange Allure of Reading Ordinary People's Diaries...

Journals can transport and unite us, like bridges across time....

 2022-11-28 12:21 

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The Pandemic Exposed the Inequality of American Motherhood...

Rich and poor women had completely different experiences....

 2022-11-28 12:00 

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An Unequal Liberty...

Liberty does not have to mean what the Supreme Court thinks it means....

 2022-11-28 11:00 

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The Next Afghan-Refugee Crisis Is Right Here in the U.S....

Without congressional action, the tens of thousands of Afghans we evacuated to the United States may be deported in the coming year....

 2022-11-28 11:00 

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The Wrong Way to Do Politics at the Office...

A new style of activism in the white-collar workplace is reshaping corporate life....

 2022-11-27 17:01 

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At Last, the Americans Have Arrived...

Sometimes progress is measured in ties....

 2022-11-27 13:00 

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Father of Clarity...

A poem for Sunday...

 2022-11-27 13:00 

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Football Is at War With the Nerds...

An analytics revolution has made the sport even more entertaining. So why are some fans and commentators against it?...

 2022-11-27 13:00 

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Hernan Diaz on Vastness and Claustrophobia...

"Although the scope of 'The Generation' may seem, literally, cosmic, it is in fact intimate and highly personal."...

 2022-11-27 13:00 

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The Generation...

A short story...

 2022-11-27 12:00 

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What the Body Means to Say...

The hope at the root of my self-destruction...

 2022-11-27 11:00 

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Whoops, I Deleted My Life...

A sense of panic set in when I realized I'd erased the entirety of my inbox....

 2022-11-26 13:00 

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Dolphins Might Have Elite Spice Tolerance...

Chili-pepper-laced fishing nets can't keep the marine predators away....

 2022-11-26 12:00 

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We Still Don't Know What Fundamentally Causes Canker Sores...

But it's probably the immune system's fault....

 2022-11-26 11:30 

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How Sexism Makes Economics Worse...

When women in the profession face mistreatment, everyone suffers....

 2022-11-25 18:09 

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Empires of Soccer...

England's game is America's, for now. But the Qatar World Cup shows that no undisputed set of values can unite us all....

 2022-11-25 14:40 

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Cookbooks Are About More Than Just Food Now...

The new ethos of recipe collections elevates them beyond how-to manuals: Your weekly guide to the best in books...

 2022-11-25 12:34 

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When Black Friday Is Your Super Bowl...

How the editor of The Strategist plans for the biggest online shopping event of the year...

 2022-11-25 12:01 

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What She Said Understands About Investigative Journalism...

"Although there is such darkness in the story ... there is a lot of beauty and light about women finding each other."...

 2022-11-25 12:01 

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New York's Grand Dame of Dog Poisoning...

Juliet Tuttle may have been the most prolific murderer of pets in American history. How did she get away with it?...

 2022-11-25 11:00 

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The Future of American Warfare Is Unfolding in Ukraine...

Aid to Ukrainian forces is achieving more than the long U.S. intervention in Afghanistan did....

 2022-11-25 05:31 

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Photos of the Week: World Cup, Plymouth Pilgrim, German Sunlight...

A sunset in the Caribbean, blackouts in Ukrainian cities, a Thanksgiving turkey at the White House, a memorial for the victims of a shooting in Colorado Springs, and much more...

 2022-11-24 12:00 

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The House GOP's Investigation Conundrum...

A slim Republican majority might spite itself to own the libs....

 2022-11-24 12:00 

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Glass Onion Is One Big, Beautiful Brain Teaser...

The sequel to Knives Out offers an even rowdier parody of the absurdities of wealth....

 2022-11-24 12:00 

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Is This the Tastiest Thanksgiving Ever?...

A half-baked idea, discussed...

 2022-11-24 12:00 

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Why Saudi Arabia Is So Quiet About Iran's Protests...

The kingdom's rulers may have managed their own social pressures better, but they're wary of the tumult that's shaking their neighbor....

 2022-11-24 11:01 

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Does Overindulgence Make You Happy?...

Why we binge as a way of celebrating....

 2022-11-23 22:30 

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Thanksgiving After Fleeing the Taliban...

The Afghan journalist Bushra Seddique on America, gratitude, and fried turkey...

 2022-11-23 21:19 

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The Greatest Day in Arab Soccer?...

Argentina's World Cup upset underscores the ambivalence of watching this year's tournament....

 2022-11-23 20:37 

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The Case for Building More Housing...

Plus: Thanksgiving-guest controversy...

 2022-11-23 18:04 

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What Were Elon Musk's Lenders Thinking?...

That being in business with the richest man in history was a good bet. They could still be right....

 2022-11-23 16:51 

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Giving Thanks for What We've Averted...

Americans have dodged some disasters over the past few years. Let's not forget it....

 2022-11-23 16:41 

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The Atlantic Announces Hire of Charlie Warzel as Staff Writer...

The Atlantic covers news, politics, culture, technology, health, and more, through its articles, podcasts, videos, and flagship magazine....

 2022-11-23 16:31 

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The World Could Be Entering a New Era of Climate War...

Runaway climate change once seemed like it could spur violence. Now a different risk has emerged....

 2022-11-23 15:42 

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My Family Oversimplified My Brother's Adoption Story...

Believing that your sibling was "almost aborted" has a way of crystallizing one's convictions....

 2022-11-23 14:46 

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Will Flu and RSV Always Be This Bad?...

Surely next year should be better ......

 2022-11-23 14:11 

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What The Vow Really Reveals...

The new season of the NXIVM docuseries shows how dangerous the human desire for stories can be....

 2022-11-23 13:01 

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Sweet Potatoes Deserve So Much More Than Thanksgiving...

They're hardy. They're delicious. It's time to give them their due....

 2022-11-23 12:01 

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What You Learn From Eating Alone...

A personal pizza may seem sad, but it doesn't have to be....

 2022-11-23 12:01 

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The Crime Spike Is No Mystery...

By zooming out and looking at the big picture, the question of what causes violence becomes quite answerable....

 2022-11-23 11:00 

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The Cults of Sam Bankman-Fried...

Does the FTX scandal prove that crypto and effective altruism are both frauds?...

 2022-11-23 11:00 

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Housing Breaks People's Brains...

Supply skepticism and shortage denialism are pushing against the actual solution to the housing crisis: building enough homes....

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