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Politics
Jan. 15 2015 2:51 PMThe True Sign Hillary Clinton Will Face No Serious Democratic OpponentEveryone already works on her campaign.
Politics
Jan. 14 2015 11:48 PMThe Myth of GentrificationIt’s extremely rare and not as bad for the poor as you think.
Crime
Jan. 14 2015 7:32 PMThe HoleThe psychological effects of solitary confinement, and the evolving fight to eliminate it.
The World
Jan. 14 2015 11:30 AMLast Week French Officials Stood Up for Offensive Speech. This Week They’re Arresting People for It.
Politics
Jan. 13 2015 8:35 PMWhy I’m Sad Paul Ryan Isn’t RunningAnd why I’m happy.
Politics
Jan. 13 2015 6:48 PMYou Know Who Else Said That?My favorite examples of Republicans comparing Obama to Hitler.
Politics
Jan. 13 2015 12:39 PMWhy Romney Wants to RunHe genuinely believes the third time could be the charm.
Politics
Jan. 12 2015 8:38 PMWhy Can’t the RNC Rid Itself of a Racist?Because, some conservatives say, they aren’t trying hard enough.
War Stories
Jan. 12 2015 5:38 PMThe Centcom Hack Is No Big DealIt happens all the time.
The World
Jan. 12 2015 2:33 PMThe Biggest Free-Speech Hypocrites at the Paris Rally
Politics
Jan. 9 2015 6:49 PM#IAmThe default mode of showing solidarity in the hashtag era.
Foreigners
Jan. 9 2015 5:52 PMThree Days in ParisA haven from gun violence turned into a war zone.
Politics
Jan. 9 2015 5:32 PMThe Warren CommissionIn a new focus group, voters agreed about one thing: Elizabeth Warren is one of the most intriguing contenders for 2016.
Foreigners
Jan. 9 2015 2:53 PMThe Charlie Hebdo EffectAnti-Muslim sentiment in Germany was already roiling. The Paris terrorist attack will make it much worse.
The World
Jan. 9 2015 11:57 AMThe Kosher Grocery Shooting Follows a String of Anti-Semitic Attacks in France
Politics
Jan. 15 2015 2:37 PMWhy Rand Paul Hopes You Too Will Run for President
Politics
Jan. 14 2015 10:27 PMWho Wants Mitt Romney to Run?The people who want him to fail.
Foreigners
Jan. 14 2015 1:02 PMCharlie Hebdo Prints 5 Million CopiesBreaks record set by Charles de Gaulle’s death—the subject of its joke of origin.
Politics
Jan. 14 2015 6:00 AMMy First Byline: Interning at the New Republic in 1986Watch Jacob Weisberg and William Saletan talk about the start of their journalism careers.
Politics
Jan. 13 2015 7:44 PMA Win-Win-Win-Win SituationThe Republicans can’t lose on the Keystone pipeline. But if Obama plays it right, he could also triumph.
Crime
Jan. 13 2015 4:34 PMBill de Blasio’s Bad BetHe thought a more diverse NYPD would support a liberal mayor. Here’s why it didn’t.
Jurisprudence
Jan. 13 2015 12:08 PMThe Obama JusticesSonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan represent conflicting styles of liberalism—or are they complementary?
Politics
Jan. 12 2015 5:58 PMWhy Mitt Romney Would Be a Strong Candidate in 2016Really.
The World
Jan. 12 2015 2:41 PMISIS and al-Qaida Are Enemies. How Can They ​Both Have Been Involved in the Paris Attacks?
Explainer
Jan. 10 2015 3:00 PMAre Terrorists Often Brothers?A shocking number of attacks have been planned or executed by siblings.
Foreigners
Jan. 9 2015 6:09 PMUnderstanding Charlie HebdoYes, its depictions of Islam can be odious. But they belong to a tradition that’s as French as Champagne.
The World
Jan. 9 2015 5:41 PMAre Paris-Style Attacks the Future of Terrorism?
Propublica
Jan. 9 2015 3:05 PMPolice Sting, or Entrapment?#MuckReads: A weekly roundup of investigative reporting from ProPublica.
Photography
Jan. 9 2015 12:55 PMPhotos From Friday’s Hostage Situation in Paris Standoff outside a kosher supermarket and a printing plant where the Charlie Hebdo suspects and others took people hostage. 
Politics
Jan. 9 2015 10:22 AMStart HereThe Republican Congress can advance its principles and prove it can govern by beating back federal overreach in public education.

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