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Protecting voting rights isn’t enough to save democracy

Election law expert Richard L. Hasen on the problem of election subversion — and what can be done to stop it.

The most consistently botched part of the US pandemic response

Why are public health officials so bad at talking to us?

TV’s buzziest shows aren’t trying to trick viewers anymore

Succession, Yellowjackets, and other critically acclaimed shows are leaving the mystery box behind. That’s a good thing.

A physicist’s lessons about race, power, and the universe

In her book The Disordered Cosmos, Black queer scientist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein argues that physics can be more universal.

How to sponsor an Afghan refugee family

Americans have an incredible new opportunity to do good.

How seditious conspiracy charges change the January 6 narrative

Stewart Rhodes is facing the most serious charges yet in connection with the Capitol riot.

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Chile’s millennial president

The 35-year-old president-elect in Chile loves tattoos, Taylor Swift, and progressive policies. Gabriel Boric will now try to overhaul the government as Chile rewrites its constitution.

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Earth is running low on wildlife. Plants will be next.

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After the Beanie Baby bubble burst

What happens when the frenzy ends and the world doesn’t value your valuables?

The FTC’s antitrust case against Facebook is going forward after all

Biden changed his mind on the filibuster. It’s not enough.

Stop calling workers “low skill”

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Omicron is exploding. Here’s what to do if you’re exposed.

A new era for the American worker

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Why the US photographed its own WWII concentration camps

In Station Eleven, the end of the world is a vibrant, lush green

Colors: Where did they go? An investigation.

Time is running out. Here’s how the climate movement can level up.

The high-risk, high-reward stakes of building a more radical movement.

The West has a few bargaining chips to stop Russia from invading Ukraine

Why one of the most vaccinated places in America couldn’t avoid omicron

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