This past week, with some fanfare, Facebook announced its own version of the Supreme Court: a 40-member board that will make ...
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The 2016 presidential election pitted the two most disliked candidates in the history of public polling against each other.
HONG KONG—Amid the rainbow of stickers plastered on Joey Siu’s laptop, there are a few bold proclamations of her feelings on ...
On December 19 of last year, Admiral Michael Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, met James Mattis for ...
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The president of the United States reportedly sought the help of a foreign government against an American citizen who might ...
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If you’ve paid any attention to press retrospectives on the 2016 election, you’ve seen the term false equivalence. It refers ...
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In October, the residents of Newtok, Alaska, are expected to begin relocating because of climate change. And it’s not just ...
In April 1969, five months after Yale University announced it was becoming coeducational, its first female undergrads got ...
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The senator from Massachusetts, they argue, is proffering a gentler version of progressivism that is simple to understand and ...
Few Democratic leaders have seemed less eager to impeach President Donald Trump than House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She’s warned ...
Sometimes it feels hard to remember that Silicon Valley is an actual place, a collage of parched suburbs, and not just the ...
Each fall semester, America’s long-running debate about campus politics begins again. And I’ll take part this year as I have ...
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