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Readers share what they eat for lunch—and why. [Read More]
Trump's continuing attacks on John McCain reveal a worrisome state of mind. [Read More]
As the Democratic Party shifts leftward, can primary voters look past the candidate's fiscal responsibility? [Read More]
Unwritten rules underlie all of elite-university life—and students who don't come from a wealthy background have a hard time navigating them. [Read More]
It's clear that the Duke freshman doesn't need the league as much as it needs him. This makes the phenom uniquely positioned to revolutionize the... [Read More]
French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to figure out what they want. It's not an easy task. [Read More]
Archaeologists have started searching for genetic data inside ordinary objects like pipes, which can contain centuries-old saliva. [Read More]
Even as selective schools opened their doors to a wider array of applicants in the early 20th century, they put policies in place to maintain... [Read More]
A new clothing line from the retailer Anthropologie portends more options for an underserved market. [Read More]
His "Medicare for all" plan is the best known—and the most politically impractical. [Read More]
Her relationship shows all the typical signs of emotional manipulation and physical harm, but she refuses to admit that there's a problem. [Read More]
New art from NASA imagines a rosy but unrealistic future of canines on the distant planet. [Read More]
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Doug Evans has prosecuted Curtis Flowers for the same crime six times over the past 20 years. [Read More]
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With her eccentric vocabulary and fashion sense, Moira Rose (played by Catherine O'Hara) deploys her words and her wardrobe as a kind of plumage. [Read More]
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A New York Times op-ed goes beyond "red state" versus "blue state" simplifications. [Read More]
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Aviation experts continue to examine what went wrong. [Read More]
A $20 million study seeks to answer a vital question: What should people eat to protect their brain? [Read More]
And in that, they're no different from anyone else who can't see the hidden forces working in their favor. [Read More]
Nature isn't cruel—it's just careless. [Read More]
We'll be in four different cities to discuss what we've learned in other parts of the country. [Read More]
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