On the eve of the January 6 insurrection, the twin special-election victories by Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff of Georgia ...
In September 2020, regulators asked for extra safety data on the new mRNA vaccines. The human cost of that request is far ...
Unlike many other bigotries, anti-Semitism is not merely a social prejudice; it is a conspiracy theory about how the world ...
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Uyghurs are an ethnic minority group that China’s Communist regime subjugates in internment camps. Their plight is top of ...
Hundreds of thousands of books are published in the United States each year, and this dramatic influx of titles largely runs ...
So too are contemporary culture warriors, who are convinced, and keen to convince others, that when, for instance, something ...
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This is a supply-side problem. This is unlike any other market that any of us lumber traders have ever experienced.” ...
Britain’s prime minister sees himself as Winston Churchill’s heir. But what if he is remembered as Churchill’s weak, humiliated predecessor instead?
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I’ve ridden cars driven by other people, but this is the first time it’s been this comfortable.” His monologue encapsulates ...
But even so, his question is a worthy one, especially in the midst of a spike in violent crime that has threatened any ...
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Indeed, few prominent Democrats seem interested in discussing New York City’s law at all; over the past two weeks, I asked a ...
With the arrival of vaccines, compassion for COVID deaths began to dry up, sometimes replaced by scorn. After Andreea’s mom ...