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Trump’s Dark Global Vision

His U.N. speech used his “America First” doctrine to justify deranged hostility toward our enemies.

There Was Another Earthquake in Mexico. Is the World Ending?

Why Toys R Us Is Flailing—but Best Buy Isn’t—Amid the Retail Apocalypse

Taylor Swift Is Being Sued for Plagiarizing the Lyrics to “Shake It Off”

Amazon Just Sent a Weird Email About Nonexistent Baby Registries

Crime

No One Becomes a Cop Because It’s Safe

Police officers need to accept the risk that comes with showing restraint.

What Andrew Sullivan Gets Wrong About Tribalism

He thinks liberals and conservatives deserve equal blame for dividing the country. They don’t.

Police Officers Need to Accept the Risk That Comes With Showing Restraint

Andrew Sullivan’s Simplistic Diagnosis—and Unrealistic Cure—for What Ails Us

If Anthony Kennedy Follows Precedent, He’ll Strike Down Partisan Gerrymandering

Hillary Clinton’s Book Tour Is a Dose of Much-Needed Therapy for Her Fans

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