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The Sinister Stupidity
of Fox & Friends

Trump’s favorite show has all the hallmarks of bad morning TV—with a whiff of authoritarianism.

Trump Wants Credit for the Desperate Effort to Clean Up His Health Care Mess

A YA Novel About “Mob Mentalities” Is Being Punished After Online Backlash

For Women, #MeToo Is Frustratingly Familiar

iPhones Are Now Sending Us Memories We’d Rather Forget

Moneybox

Send Mitt Romney to Puerto Rico

He’s just the manager the imperiled island needs.

Mind the Wi-Fi

A brilliant experiment is helping the London subway find out how people really travel.

Puerto Rico Needs Help Managing Washington, Wall Street, and an Uncertain Future. Send Mitt Romney.

Cities Don’t Really Know How Riders Use Their Subways. London Has a Clever Way to Find Out.

Teen Love and Mental Illness Collide in John Green’s Latest Bracing Novel

The Cost of Trump’s Corporate Tax Cut Could Pay Every Worker in America $1,000

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