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What Does Marco Rubio Stand For?

The senator’s chameleonlike nature makes him the GOP’s best hope to win the general election—if he can make it that far.

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Ted Cruz Just Won Iowa. Why Does It Feel Like He Lost?

Can You Be a Feminist and Still Enjoy Being Catcalled?

Why Apple Can’t Figure Out Television


Are AR-15s Not Dangerous Enough to Ban?

They don’t kill as many people as handguns, which are totally legal, says a U.S. appeals court.

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I Hate Peyton Manning

He always gets the benefit of the doubt—even when he doesn’t deserve it.

The Supreme Court May Finally Have to Take a New Gun Case

Peyton Manning Always Gets the Benefit of the Doubt—Even When He Doesn’t Deserve it

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