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Trump’s Great Pyramid

Multilevel marketing companies promise prosperity to the desperate. They’re thrilled about the new administration.

The Guy Who Said Sandy Hook Was a Hoax Is Still Advising Trump

The Sexism Described by a Former Uber Employee Is Why Women Leave Tech—or Never Enter at All

Playwrights Are Changing the Way We Think About TV

Why Morning Sex Is Better Than Night Sex


“Our Most Cruel Experiment Yet”

In a striking dissent, Justice Sotomayor slams the “horrifying deaths” that result from lethal injection.

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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.

Justice Sotomayor Takes Aim at Lethal Injection, “Our Most Cruel Experiment Yet”

The First Month of Trump’s Presidency Has Been More Cruel and Destructive Than the Majority of Americans Feared

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The White House Counsel Is Supposed to Rein in the President’s Worst Impulses. Uh-Oh.

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