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  • May 23
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Neuroscientist Gina Rippon says bad logic has led to bad conclusions.

  • Karen Sandstrom
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The beloved author’s latest novel is a rich tale of love, loss and memory.

  • Allegra Goodman
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Books are about people. Reading while you’re around them is a useful reminder of that.

  • Mark Athitakis
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From policy to dating, seeing issues through this lens has ill effects, Binyamin Appelbaum writes.

  • James Kwak
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“The Education of Brett Kavanaugh” also recounts the life of privilege that preceded the showdown.

  • Jill Filipovic
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With ‘Red at the Bone,’ Woodson extends her range and grabs us with a story that balances pain and hope.

  • Nic Stone
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A man’s death and a masterpiece’s birth are the conjoined subjects of Steven Price’s historical novel.

  • Wendy Smith
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Ryan Swanson says the president believed in the benefits of exercise, for himself and the nation.

  • Leigh Giangreco
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Peter Finn recounts the Hollywood-ready life of Gertie Legendre.

  • Jonathan Kirsch
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The collection of essays focuses on all things fantastical.

  • Paul Di Filippo
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