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AI experts are increasingly afraid of what they’re creating

AI gets smarter, more capable, and more world-transforming every day. Here’s why that might not be a good thing.

Poor countries are developing a new paradigm of mental health care. America is taking note.

This is what the future of mental health could look like.

Community hospitals are facing an impossible dilemma

Should they be taken over by a bigger system or close entirely?

How a Holocaust memoir became a self-help Instagram hit

#Inspo from Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl’s iconic book on perseverance in Jewish labor camps, is everywhere.

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The guy who got the midterms right explains what the media got wrong

The media fell for a false "red wave" narrative.

What’s going on with Kanye West, from antisemitism to the Mar-a-Lago dinner

Ye has always courted controversy. This time feels different.

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Can you spare some climate change?

In a UN-brokered agreement, more than 190 countries agreed to pay for “loss and damage” caused by climate change. But determining who owes what — and for what and to whom — will be a real challenge.

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In a view from high in a soccer stadium, an Australian player is scoring a penalty kick past Denmark’s goalkeeper, who is diving to catch it, during a 2018 World Cup match.

Where to aim a penalty kick

Twitter’s CEO is now Twitter’s main character

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A Trump judge seized control of ICE, and the Supreme Court will decide whether to stop him

Qatar’s migrant labor system is bigger than the World Cup

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How independent voters saved Democrats

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Holiday scam email season is here. Don’t fall for it.

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The high stakes and unique weirdness of the Georgia Senate runoff, briefly explained

A comprehensive guide to how Elon Musk is changing Twitter

Why Americans will pay higher natural gas prices this winter

The very human, very troubling stories we tell ourselves about crime

A leaked Amazon memo may help explain why the tech giant is pushing out so many recruiters

Elon Musk has Twitter and Tesla problems

America’s unique, enduring gun problem, explained

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It’s time to regulate crypto

The FTX crash, explained.

Stop taking billionaires at their word

Of course Glass Onion is a blast. But it cuts deeper than Knives Out, too.

FTX is over. Is crypto, too?

Hakeem Jeffries’s ascent to Democratic leader, explained

Vaccinate the turkeys (and the chickens)

The White House’s plan to colonize the moon, briefly explained

Elon Musk can’t get his story straight on Twitter

The case for buying less — and how to actually do it

The weird sorrow of losing Twitter

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How the right’s radical thinkers are coping with the midterms

How one man quietly stitched the American safety net over four decades

Will America continue to turn away from vaccines?

Sen. Cory Booker has a plan to stop taxpayer bailouts of Big Meat 

How disappointed Taylor Swift fans explain Ticketmaster’s monopoly

Trump’s return to Twitter prompts outrage and confusion

Bob Iger’s Disney challenge: Solve the problem he helped create

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The scientists, thinkers, scholars, writers, and activists building a more perfect future.

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Despite its brutal tactics, Iran’s regime fails to contain mass protests