For all of those reasons, Putin may well believe that a long-term war of attrition is his to win, not just in southern and ...
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But the “Call Me Maybe” challenge turned out to be a lot less dangerous, and—as a group activity—a lot more fun. The ...
It would mean giving people a regular opportunity to subtract work from their life and see what remains—in other words, ...
Of all the objections NIMBYs raise to new housing and infrastructure, perhaps the most risible is that their community is ...
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James Kirchick is a columnist for Tablet magazine and the author of Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington. On ...
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About the authors: Jonathan Robinson is a data and political analyst working in progressive politics. Sean Trende is a ...
Anybody who has seen one of Philip Guston’s representational paintings knows the rest of them. I mean that in a strictly ...
And going to a game is always fun, so when Kaitlyn suggested that we go see the Coney Island Cyclones play the Hudson Valley ...
What is most interesting about these communities is how normal they are. They are not exotic, they are not romantic, they ...
For the past year and a half, since the COVID-19 vaccines first became available—even as last summer’s reprieve gave way to ...
Yesterday, at 4 p.m. eastern time, the Southern Baptist Convention released a comprehensive, independent report of its ...
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In hindsight, Chapek was right that the Mouse House would be used as a cudgel in the culture war to the detriment of both the ...
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