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Democrats Aren’t Dying for Joe Biden to Run

But the media is.

A Biden Presidency Would Be Grim News for Feminism

Microsoft’s New Laptop Is a Legitimate Rival to the MacBook Pro

A Visual Guide to the Syrian War’s Friends, Enemies, and Frenemies

Rand Paul Has the Hair—and Name—of a ’70s Hairdresser


A Third W. Term

Both Rubio and Jeb are George W. Bush Republicans in every conventional way.


Time Is on Your Side

Kneaded bread vs. no-knead bread is a false dichotomy. You should be making slow bread.

Jeb Is Running for a Third George W. Bush Term. But So Is Rubio.

Kneaded Bread vs. No-Knead Bread Is a False Dichotomy. You Should Make Slow Bread.

Michel Houellebecq’s New Novel Is Elegant, Thought-Provoking, and Terrible to Islam and Women

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