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The Brink of the Unthinkable

The Senate has started down a path America has never taken: dismantling the social safety net.

Scaramucci Denies Reporting Priebus to FBI, Cites Joe Paterno, Vows to “Inject” Trump Into America

Joint Chiefs: We Won’t Implement a Trans Ban Until Trump Tells Us What His Tweets Mean

Boy Scouts Apologize for President

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In Defense of the Boy Scouts

The audible cheers during Trump’s speech aren’t a reason to condemn the group.

Atomic Blonde

The spy thriller starring Charlize Theron is frenetic—but in a moment desperate for substance, it feels arid.

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Charlize Theron’s New Action Hero Is No Imperator Furiosa, but She Gets One Unforgettable Scene

Zuckerberg and Musk Are Fighting About the Dangers of A.I. They’re Both Wrong.

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