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Hillary’s Bubbles

Why Clinton’s longtime friends and confidants pose a special challenge for her presidential ambitions.

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Universities Aren’t Businesses

And they shouldn’t treat students like customers.

We Live in an Era When an Ironically Deployed Hashtag Can Lead to Your Undoing

Ethiopia Is Jailing Journalists and Crushing Dissenters. Why Won’t the White House Speak Up?

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