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Donald Trump, Baby Boomer

He wasn’t at Berkeley or Woodstock—and he definitely wasn’t in Vietnam—but Trump can only be understood as a terrifying product of his generation.

New Poll Shows Trump Could All but Clinch the Nomination on Tuesday

Fewer Teens—Especially White Ones—Are Learning About Birth Control

Is Trump “Less Intellectually Capable” Than Past Presidents?

The former U.S. ambassador to Iraq thinks the candidate measures up.

Obama’s Jokes From His Final White House Correspondents’ Dinner

History

Andrew Jackson’s Family “Pett”

Was bringing home an Indian boy—after slaughtering his family—an act of compassion or political expedience?

Crime

The Imperfect Victim

Galen Baughman seemed like an ideal spokesman for sex offenders’ civil rights. Then he got arrested for texting a teenage boy.

Andrew Jackson Adopted an Indian Son. Does That Really Mean He Felt Compassion for Indians?

He Was an Ideal Spokesman for Sex Offenders’ Rights. Then He Got Arrested for Texting a Minor.

The Next Mayor of Baltimore Wants to Ignore Racism, the Root of Nearly All the City’s Problems

What You Need to Know About Britain’s Raging Anti-Semitism Scandal 

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