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Donald Trump Isn’t the GOP’s Biggest Problem

The trouble is that the party still doesn’t have a plausible champion waiting in the wings.

Kentucky Clerk Still Refuses to Issue Marriage License to Gay Couple, “Under God’s Authority”

TLC’s Sex-Abuse Documentary Was a Good Idea, Until It Let the Duggars Talk

Take a Class on Wittgenstein

It will explain why we always misunderstand one another on the Internet.

Learning to Code Will Change Your Life, but Don’t Bother Going to School for It

Medical Examiner

The Best Way to Reduce Abortion

It’s not by defunding Planned Parenthood.

Music

Party Like It’s 1989

Why are so many of 2015’s biggest pop stars channeling the sound of the 1980s?

The Best Way to Reduce Abortions Is to Provide Long-Acting Contraception

Why So Many of 2015’s Biggest Pop Stars Are Channeling the Sound of the 1980s

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Gawker’s Plan to Wean Itself From Facebook Dependency

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