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The ‘Caliphate’ Is Dead, but Americans Might Not Be Any Safer
The Islamic State is gone, even if only in strict geographic terms. Once estimated to span territory up to about the size of Maine, the group’s self-declared caliphate in Iraq and Syria has disappeared entirely in less than five years. As of early Fe
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Radio Atlantic: President Trump’s Post-Mueller Corruption Problem
Diamond snuffboxes, Moroccan lions, and a part of the Constitution that’s never been tested in the courts … until President Trump
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Big Pharma’s Go-To Defense of Soaring Drug Prices Doesn’t Add Up
How is it that pharmaceutical companies can charge patients $100,000, $200,000, or even $500,000 a year for drugs—many of which are not even curative? Abiraterone, for instance, is a drug used to treat metastatic prostate cancer. The Food and Drug Ad
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A Veteran’s Message to Congress: ‘I Am Not Honored. I Am Disgusted.’
“If Senators Paul and Udall really want to honor our service members, here are a few things they could do with that money instead.”
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Even Without Mueller’s Report, Congress Had All the Facts It Needed
No matter what Attorney General William Barr reveals—or doesn’t—about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, everything Congress needed to know about Donald Trump and Russia was already clear. October 7, 2016, was the near-death experience of the T
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Brexit Has Triggered Britain's Most Ambitious Migration Exercise Ever
The British government is preparing to absorb millions of EU citizens into its immigration system after Brexit. Some fear that it’s a “crisis in waiting.”
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Creating Conservative Universities Is Not the Answer
Increasing the ideological diversity of higher education as a whole, while decreasing it within individual institutions, would bring us closer to a fundamental and permanent political separation.
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Imagining Trump’s America Without Robert Mueller
With the Russia investigation complete, the special counsel’s fans and foes will have to grapple with a new world.
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The Complex Carpe Diem of Jenny Lewis’s On the Line
The rocker’s fourth solo album has a big, bold sound and a mature, unapologetic take on desire.
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John Oliver’s Weak Case for Callout Culture
On the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight, an HBO show that often sounds as if The Daily Show and The Rachel Maddow Show had combined their writers’ rooms, John Oliver dedicated his monologue to public shaming. After a brief survey of excesses
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Americans Can’t Stop Mythologizing Robert Mueller
Batman. Superman. Boyfriend. Savior. While the special counsel has conducted a notably quiet investigation, Americans have filled in the blanks.
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Us and Jordan Peele’s New Horror
In his latest film, the comedian turned director continues to reinvent how the genre uses fear to comment on humanity’s evil.
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What Mueller Leaves Behind
The attorney general says he may be able to advise Congress of the special counsel’s principal conclusions as early as this weekend.
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From a Bogus Website to Bernie Sanders's Inner Circle
David Sirota got fired from a Philly campaign 20 years ago for a racially charged “dirty trick” before he first went to work for the progressive from Vermont.
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The Family Weekly: This Fertility Doctor Had a Secret. Then DNA Testing Came Along.
Why teenage boys have more free time than teenage girls, and how to talk (productively) to your family about politics when you disagree
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The U.S. Is Running Low on Options to Force Maduro Out
The Trump administration has already deployed visa restrictions, sanctions, and even an embargo on Venezuelan oil. What else is left?
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Kavanaugh Went Up to the Line That Sotomayor Crossed
Schoolhouse Rock, and the Constitution, teach that a bill becomes a law when the president signs it. Often the Supreme Court will explain that a given bill was signed by “the president.” But on rare occasions, the justices will refer to the president
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After Mueller: The Ongoing Investigations Surrounding Trump
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has wrapped up, but Trump and his associates may not be out of legal jeopardy yet.
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Nobody Knows Anything About ‘Electability’
When pundits anoint Biden—or Sanders or O’Rourke—as the likeliest to beat Trump, they’re making lots of dubious assumptions.
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Read the Attorney General’s Letter Confirming That Mueller’s Investigation Is Over
William Barr told Congress he “may be in a position to advise [lawmakers] of the Special Counsel’s principal conclusions as soon as this weekend.”
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A Secret Database of Child Abuse
A former Jehovah's Witness is using stolen documents to expose allegations that the religion has kept hidden for decades.
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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Mueller Delivers
One year, 10 months, and six days later, the Special Counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his final report to Attorney General William Barr. What comes next?
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Putin’s Crackdown on Dissent Is Working
A new law criminalizing “disrespect” for Russian society and institutions might mark the end of the country’s few remaining legal forms of protests.
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Mueller Cannot Seek an Indictment. And He Must Remain Silent.
The unusual situation facing Robert Mueller does not justify a repeal of well-established traditions of confidentiality.
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Your Pillows Might Be Killing Your Neck
After waking up with a searing pain that radiates down to my shoulders, I hunt for the culprit.
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The Atlantic Daily: Will the Public Know What Mueller Found?
The Special Counsel’s Russia investigation comes to a close—and now many lingering questions fall to Congress. Plus the “electability” trap, the horror film you shouldn’t miss, and more
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How Civil War Among Humans Made Animals Braver
In Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park, bushbuck lived for years in relative safety, but still reacted to the scent of a lion.
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Being a Pastor Is More Joyful With a Friend by Your Side
“To be able to talk about things that only we as young women clergy experience is really comforting.”
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The Books Briefing: The Literary Transformation of Climate Change
One of the longest-lasting storytelling themes is that of the all-consuming apocalypse. From some of the oldest texts known to humankind to the newest movies streaming on Netflix, tales of world-ending disaster continue to enthrall and terrify reader
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The Dirt Celebrates the Soullessness of Mötley Crüe
Netflix’s shiny biopic of the hair-metal band barely tries to understand the destruction it portrays.
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