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It’s Bad

The first month of Trump’s reign has been more cruel and destructive than the American majority feared. The worst is yet to come.

Social Media Was Supposed to Be Great for Democracy. Is It Harming Democracy Instead?

Dozens Fired After Joining “Day Without Immigrants” Protests

What Conflict? Mar-a-Lago Membership Applications Are Soaring.

Feminism Is Now a High-Fashion Trend

Medical Examiner

Confessions of a Swamp Creature

I cashed in on my government service by taking industry gigs. Does that make me part of the problem?

Sports Nut

“That Was My Play!”

The future of sports just might be the Screaming Eagles, a football team controlled by fans with smartphones.

I Went Undercover as a D.C. Swamp Creature. Here’s What Trump Doesn’t Get.

Is the Future of Sports a Football Team Controlled by Fans with Smartphones?

Author Daphne Merkin on Her Personal Experience Grappling With Severe Depression

The Great Wall Features Possibly the Worst Performance of Matt Damon’s Career

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