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Can sports ever really be “fair?”

Anti-trans bills, women’s sports, and the misguided pursuit of an even playing field.

The GOP whitewash of the Capitol attack shows the need for a January 6 commission

Two House Republicans have suggested that a commission could subpoena Kevin McCarthy.

It never made sense for AT&T to buy WarnerMedia. Now it’s undoing its $100 billion deal.

The people who brought you Game of Thrones are merging with the people who bring you 90 Day Fiance.

Who deserves a book deal?

As former Trump officials and other polarizing figures seek book deals, publishing is caught in a generational battle that’s becoming an existential crisis.

We should be talking about the death of Mikayla Miller

A Black LGBTQ high school student was found dead in the woods near Boston last month. Her family is searching for justice.

Israel’s Iron Dome, explained by an expert

Here’s how the rocket defense system works, and the ways it has — and hasn’t — changed the conflict.

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A new constitution

This weekend, Chileans head to the polls to decide who will rewrite the country's constitution. CNN's Daniel Matamala explains why it's a historic experiment in democracy not just for the country, but the world.

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Vox’s audience support program, explained

Many Americans struggle with debt. Social media doesn’t help. 

What we owe and are owed

The Fairness Issue

Why Mare of Easttown’s latest episode is its biggest yet

“Get the vaccine and enjoy life with no masks”: Kate McKinnon returns as SNL’s Dr. Fauci

“Shocked and horrified”: Gaza news bureau is destroyed on live TV

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The US should give away its extra vaccine doses. Now.

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Why captchas are getting harder

WeWork’s CEO says remote workers are less engaged. Is he right?

How Gold Diggers finds the horror in petty high school betrayal

What went wrong with The Woman in the Window?

One Good Thing: The gorgeous horror movie St. Maud finds religious ecstasy in self-destruction

How Biden can beat vaccine polarization, explained in 600 words

Ramps, spring’s trendiest produce, explained

Los Angeles’s quixotic quest to end homelessness

How angry Apple employees’ petition led to a controversial new hire’s departure

Trump’s signature Israel policy had a key flaw. We’re seeing it now.

ExxonMobil wants you to feel responsible for climate change so it doesn’t have to

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The plan for more free school

Matt is joined by New York Times education reporter Dana Goldstein to discuss Biden's plan to vastly expand public education in America

The CDC embraces the power of the vaccines

Joe Manchin’s surprisingly bold proposal to fix America’s voting rights problem

The Underground Railroad is a towering series about the ways slavery still infects America

Here are the most effective ways to donate to help India

The Colonial Pipeline is coming back online

What American kids need this summer

The right-wing effort to derail Biden’s conservation plan

A small but vocal opposition could obstruct an initiative to conserve 30 percent of US land by 2030.

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is exposing a deep schism in the Democratic Party

The case for canceling student debt — all of it

The lawsuit seeking to impose the “death penalty” on the NRA, explained

The Gaza doom loop

Open for a surprise: The endearing results of Twitter’s new image crop

A crypto billionaire donated $1 billion to India. Make sure you include an asterisk.

Why are used cars so expensive right now?

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Why the US wants inflation

YouTube’s kids app has a rabbit hole problem

Beers, doughnuts, and discounts: The growing list of vaccine freebies

The prospects for Democrats’ major voting rights bill look grim in the Senate

We shouldn’t go back to “normal.” Normal wasn’t good enough.

How much to worry — and not worry — about inflation