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Wind Energy’s Rustic Years Are Over

It used to be alternative. Now it’s corporate, middle-American, and truly ascendant.

NBC Host to Bernie: Isn’t Your Superdelegate Strategy a Bit Hypocritical?

Draining Money From the Ebola Fight to Pay for Zika Prevention Is a Bad Idea

How the Warriors Won Game 6 and Saved Their Season

Even an Expert on Coincidences Had His Mind Blown by These Flukes

The XX Factor

Cliques Are Not Good for Women

I’m all for close female bonding, but shunning outsiders is always rude.


Don’t Pee in the Pool

Seriously, it’s not what the chlorine is there to neutralize. 

The New Inquiry Says Feminists Should Defend Cliques. That’s Ridiculous.    

A Pool That Smells Like Chlorine Is Not Actually a Clean Pool

This Company Is Evening the Playing Field Between the Big Garbage Haulers and the Indie Trash Collectors

How Naming Names Before Congress Inspired Elia Kazan to Make On the Waterfront

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