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Who’s In and Who’s Out?Obama is offering a reprieve to millions of unauthorized immigrants. Exactly who gets one will be determined by a string of wonky details.
“That’s Called Jim Crow”Philip Gourevitch on America’s hypocritical interventions in Africa.
How People Are Wired to Connect The startling parallels between human social groups and online video games.
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Brad Bird Is Not Superhuman Tomorrowland is the incredible Incredibles director’s first misfire.
Amtrak and the FCC What bad wireless spectrum policy has to do with the recent, deadly train derailment.
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