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The president has previously suggested that the dissident's disappearance from the Saudi consulate in Turkey should not endanger a lucrative arms deal with the U.S. [Read More]
Ultimately, fully funding it may be unrealistic for myriad reasons. [Read More]
Hosted by Charlie Sykes. [Read More]
Not much about genealogy, alas. But we do see what effect Donald Trump has on his opponents. [Read More]
Right cause, wrong suffragette. [Read More]
The bankruptcy of the original everything store tells us a lot about where America is going. [Read More]
Also: The music of Willa Cather's My Ántonia, why you should read Huxley's Brave New World, and more. [Read More]
The real reason behind data-localization requirements. [Read More]
The new film Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer begins with a title card: "Most incidents portrayed are exact representations of court transcripts,... [Read More]
The lawsuit against Harvard may spell the end of race-based college admissions. Applauding that end is right—but insufficient. [Read More]
Not much. [Read More]
Anthony Paletta sits with Pritzker Prize winner B.V. Doshi. [Read More]
Danny Heitman on PBS's 'The Durrells on Corfu' and the island childhood that inspired Gerald Durrell's career. [Read More]
Willa Cather's classic, now 100 years old, still sings and dances. [Read More]
Donald Trump wants Jay Powell to stop raising rates. Like, now. [Read More]
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper shine—and Hollywood should make more melodramas. [Read More]
In 1987, when Robert Bork met with Senator Edward Kennedy on the eve of his nomination as a justice of the Supreme Court, it was... [Read More]
Plus, meet "The Bulwark." [Read More]
Also: T. S. Eliot on winning the Nobel, a history of the nightcap, and more. [Read More]
Headlined by the record-breaking Drew Brees (b. 1979). Plus: Wonder Woman explains the American electorate, and 'Chicago P.D.' fails miserably to explain American crime. [Read More]
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