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Trumpworld’s Worthless Transparency

The White House wants praise for empty revelations. But the timing of its disclosures reveals
something valuable about its motives.

How the GOP Can Protect the Rule of Law Before Trump Pardons Himself

A Whistleblower Exposed How the White House Ignores Climate Change. It Just Might Help.

Girls Trip’s Box-Office Success Should Give Its Stars Overdue Opportunities

NYC Wants to Slash Its Rat Population. Good Luck With That.

Crime

An Inconvenient Police Shooting

A black cop shot and killed a white woman in Minneapolis, and it’s twisting ideologues into knots.

Should Aaron Judge Be
the Face of Baseball?

The Yankees slugger is remarkable, but right now,
the MLB needs a different kind of hero.

What the Response to a Police Shooting Sounds Like When a Black Cop Kills a White Woman

Aaron Judge Could Be the Face of Baseball, but He’s Not the Hero the Sport Needs Right Now

What Drives Steve Bannon? A Conversation About His Bigotry and Other Motivations.

Trumpcare’s Worst Consequences Would Only Be Revealed After It Passes

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