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Inflation is finally slowing down. Will things get cheaper?

The slowdown in price growth is a significant step in the right direction. But higher prices for many goods and services could be in store for a while.

The search for an AC that doesn’t destroy the planet

The AC is about a century old. What comes next?

Buy now, pay later often means you just pay more

Buy now, pay later sounds too good to be true because it is.

The “Dark Brandon” meme — and why it’s so confusing — explained

How "Let’s Go Brandon" and "Dark MAGA" combined to celebrate Joe Biden’s policy wins.

Why do wigs on TV look so awful?

A Hollywood hairstylist on why onscreen wigs don’t look anything like they should.

How to advocate for yourself at work

Define your own success and change your mindset for the better.

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Meet the New Right

The newest conservative dissidents want to radically reshape the Republican party and American democracy. Journalist James Pogue explains the confounding movement, which includes Senate candidates Blake Masters and J.D. Vance.

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The fall (and rise?) of unions in the US

Trading Brittney Griner for the “Merchant of Death”

Why Hollywood keeps getting abortion wrong

The Republican response to the Mar-a-Lago raid should scare you

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Where in the world are Russians going to avoid sanctions?

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What we know, and don’t know, about the FBI’s raid on Donald Trump

A record number of abortion measures are on the ballot in 2022

What happens when the Supreme Court is this unpopular?

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School vaccine mandates for Covid-19 are not happening

7 of your most pressing monkeypox vaccine questions, answered

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An end-of-life doula’s advice on how to make the most of your time on earth

How effective altruism went from a niche movement to a billion-dollar force

What could the Inflation Reduction Act mean for you?

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The significance of the Senate vote on the Inflation Reduction Act

The Senate just passed one of the biggest bills to fight climate change, ever

One Good Thing: A food memoir about love, grief, and lockdown

The US and China might not get over the Taiwan crisis

The best $4 I ever spent: A sparkly hijab

What can a bee feel?

Why the Justice Department made a move in the police killing of Breonna Taylor

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