Props for getting it done so fast. The final guidance could use some revisions.

  • Ida Auken
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Doctors like me are now treating patients who've succumbed to the virus's many unintended consequences — addiction, untreated disease and despair.

Time and leverage in American foreign policy.

The Constitution requires congressional approval for military action on this scale.

While American conservatism remains largely White, it has slowly but surely become less so.

  • Jane Hong
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Looking beyond the battlefield widens our understanding of war and makes visible women’s crucial work.

  • Jeffrey H. Jackson
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  • Perspective

A former teacher in Memphis regrets her part in the school-to-prison pipeline.

  • Liz Posner
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  • Perspective

The Biden administration isn’t paying enough attention to the problem of “underinsurance.”

  • Cecille Joan Avila, Paul Shafer and Megan B. Cole
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  • Perspective

It’s not “cancel culture” for Dr. Seuss Enterprises to pull its own works.

  • Meena Harris
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  • Perspective

Teacher recommendations and holistic evaluations can end up reproducing inequality.

  • Natasha Warikoo
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  • Perspective

No, it wasn’t Vietnam that caused RFK’s split with President Johnson.

  • Lawrence J. Haas
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  • Review

Reuben Jonathan Miller describes the dehumanizing web of restrictions they face outside prison.

  • Review

From rights advocates to scientists, Rosalind Miles pulls female pioneers out of obscurity.

  • Lisa Birnbach
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  • Review

A new anthology draws from the Black history collections at Harlem’s Schomburg Center.

  • Chandra Manning
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  • Review

Bradford Pearson uncovers the story of a Japanese American internment camp squad.

  • Review

Surgeon Robert White’s experiments raised moral and philosophical issues, writes Brandy Schillace.

  • Gary Krist
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  • Review

Ellen McGarrahan reexamines the case and asks: Was the wrong man sentenced to die?

  • Daniel Stashower
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It’s a symbol of a mythical, White supremacist America in which dissent is unpatriotic.

By investing in engagement and exchange with other people, a better world is possible.

  • Lacy Feigh
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