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A Doctor Allegedly Whispered to His Patient That She Looked Like a ‘Sexy Librarian’
In California, only a fraction of sexual-harassment complaints filed against doctors lead to any punishment. Did the #MeToo movement miss medicine?
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Letters: ‘The Issue Goes Beyond CRISPR’
The young Chinese researcher He Jiankui came under fire recently after the news broke that he had allegedly made the first CRISPR-edited babies, and that another early pregnancy is underway. Last week, Ed Yong outlined the 15 most damning details abo
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The Divide Between Silicon Valley and Washington Is a National-Security Threat
Closing the gap between technology leaders and policy makers will require a radically different approach from the defense establishment.
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The Gods That Will Fail
If voters are freighting politics with religious significance, we need to drain it of the expectation of transcendence.
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If Beale Street Could Talk Is a Seismic Cinematic Achievement
Barry Jenkins’s follow-up to the Oscar-winning Moonlight beautifully and painfully captures the many contradictions of James Baldwin’s novel.
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The Senate Thinks It Can Change the U.S.-Saudi Relationship
In a historic rebuke of the Trump administration’s Saudi policy, Senators voted to end U.S. support for the Yemen war, then unanimously held Saudi Arabia’s crown prince responsible for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
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America Needs to Restore Dignity of Work
The American dream is about the opportunity to earn happiness—and the government has a responsibility to facilitate that.
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Africa Is the New Front in the U.S.-China Influence War
Trump’s national-security adviser unveiled a new strategy designed to counter Beijing’s growing influence on the continent.
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What Will 2020 Democrats Do When Crowds Chant ‘Lock Him Up’?
President Trump’s potential criminal liability could add extraordinary volatility to the 2020 presidential campaign.
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Trump Is Running Out of Alibis
The president has few innocent explanations left for what looks like a conspiracy to violate campaign-finance laws.
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The Liberal Arts May Not Survive the 21st Century
Wisconsin built a public higher-education system that was admired around the world. But it may not withstand a tech-hungry economy.
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Meet the Safecracker of Last Resort
Charlie Santore sees Los Angeles from the inside, by breaking into safes whose owners can no longer unlock them.
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The Joy of No-Gift Christmas
Many families who opt out of buying stuff are coming up with creative alternatives and new traditions.
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The Viruses That Eavesdrop on Their Hosts
By listening to signals exchanged by the bacteria they target, they can bide their time until they have enough fresh targets to infect.
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What Happens When You’re Convinced You Have Bad Genes
The first thing you should know is that the DNA-test results everyone got in this study were fake. That was on purpose. Over the course of a year, psychologists at Stanford University recruited 223 participants for a study that would help scientists
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Democrats Challenge Trump Over Vietnam Deportations
Members of the House of Representatives are raising concerns over the White House’s reinterpretation of a decade-old deal with Vietnam.
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The Bigger Failure Exposed by Jazmine Headley’s Arrest
Earlier this week, a day-care center in New York City informed a 23-year-old mother, Jazmine Headley, that there was a problem with her account. For whatever reason, the city had stopped paying the fee for her son. To sort things out, she went to a m
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What Dumplin’ and Queen America Say About Female Beauty
Midway through the 1999 movie Drop Dead Gorgeous—still one of the most caustic satires of beauty pageants and their scarily dedicated contestants—the mockumentary’s camera crew goes to visit the reigning Mount Rose American Teen Princess, Mary Johans
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Janet Jackson’s Overdue Inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The pop idol is part of a refreshingly forward-thinking class that includes Radiohead, Roxy Music, Stevie Nicks, The Cure, and Def Leppard.
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Trump’s Evangelical Advisers Could Help Him Secure a Win on Sentencing Reform
Conservative Christian leaders are a major force behind criminal-justice legislation being considered in the Senate. But black and progressive clergy see danger in allying with the president, even on this issue.
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Paul Ryan’s Compromised Legacy
As he readies his escape from the wreckage wrought by the blue wave, Paul Ryan is patting himself on the back for a job well done. During an exit interview on November 30, the lame-duck House speaker and Republican leader declared: “I’d say we became
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If Only Superhero Movies Were More Like Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
The animated film, which features an impressive ensemble, is exuberant and inventive in a way that many big-screen comic-book projects forget to be.
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An Upheaval At The Ends Of The World
Two new reports find that the North and South Poles face an “unprecedented” climate future.
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The Recurring Dread of a Paralyzing Illness
The 2018 spike in acute flaccid myelitis has peaked, but the quest to understand this debilitating illness continues.
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Parents Are Biased Against Even Quality ‘Urban’ Schools
Many of these schools are improving, but the persistent stigma against them contributes to segregation.
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Why People Love Spotify’s Annual Wrap-Ups
Way back in June, my cousin and I joined the pilgrimage of people who came of age in the mid-aughts trekking to New York City to see the musical adaptation of Mean Girls on Broadway. Though we were definitely going ironically, I believe that familiar
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Michael Cohen Pays the Price for His ‘Blind Loyalty’ to Trump
The sentencing ended a saga that began with a dramatic FBI raid and led Cohen to implicate the president in criminal misconduct.
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North Carolina Veers Toward a Congressional-Election Do-Over
As more revelations emerge about an alleged massive fraud operation that could have tipped a U.S. House race, there’s growing bipartisan agreement about a remedy.
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‘Today Is the Day I Am Getting My Freedom Back’
In federal court on Wednesday, Donald Trump’s former lawyer and fixer sought to break free of the president as a judge sentenced him to prison.
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Trump Moves to Deport Vietnam War Refugees
The White House again wants to expel certain groups of protected immigrants, a reversal after backing away from the policy months ago.
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