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A wave of anti-vaccine legislation is sweeping the United States

The anti-vaccine movement is gaining strength even after 1 million Americans have died of Covid-19.

This next-generation video game requires a prescription

The future of video games is about more than just fun.

A Twitter trial would expose Elon Musk to scrutiny. Buying Twitter might help him avoid it.

The billionaire might buy Twitter after all — and for once not get his way.

This is not your millennial’s job market

Gen Z college grads are optimistic about their job prospects. They should be.

A new Supreme Court case could fundamentally change the internet

Gonzalez v. Google is a high-stakes case about what we actually see when we go online.

You know what your wedding doesn’t need? Doughnut walls.

It’s a multibillion-dollar industry for a reason.

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Vladimir Putin keeps threatening to use smaller nuclear weapons to win his war. Author J. Peter Scoblic says “there’s no such thing as small nukes.”

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