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Maxwell Frost on why he isn’t worried about being the first Gen Z member in Congress

The representative-elect for Florida’s 10th Congressional District is used to being the youngest person in the room.

Want to help animals? Here’s where to donate your money.

These are the most effective charities for reducing animal suffering.

FTX is over. Is crypto, too?

Crypto is the cat with nine lives, but some wonder if FTX might be the last one.

Stop watching movie trailers

Maybe it’s not the movies that are the problem. Maybe it’s the marketing.

Why the global economy is slowing

The war in Ukraine, rising interest rates, and lockdowns in China are all weighing on global growth.

The 2024 Senate map is terrifying for Democrats. That’s one reason Georgia’s runoff matters.

Democrats will have the majority next year. After that, things get much tougher.

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

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

AI experts are increasingly afraid of what they’re creating

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

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It’s time to regulate crypto

The FTX crash, explained.

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

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Elon Musk has Twitter and Tesla problems

America’s unique, enduring gun problem, explained

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

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

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