Outlook



Addressing the needs of average Americans matters as much as good energy policy.

  • Meg Jacobs
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Regarding the future of the Open Society Foundations and the future of open society.

Stereotypes fueled 53 years of discriminatory Olympic policies. Now the IOC is working toward change.

  • Lindsay Parks Pieper
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The case for booster shots for healthy younger adults is not strong — and those shots would do more good elsewhere.

  • Philip R. Krause, Marion F. Gruber and Paul A. Offit
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Border controls work best when they’re part of an overall public health approach

  • Review

In “The Dawn of Everything,” two scientists set out to discover where inequality began

  • Annalee Newitz
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  • Review

In ‘Betrayal,’ journalist Jonathan Karl dissects what led to Trump’s election loss and the ensuing violence

  • Mary Ellen Curtin
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  • Review

Sam Quinones’s latest book, ‘The Least of Us,’ comes with some dark conclusions about people with addiction

  • David Herzberg
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  • Review

In ‘Woke Racism,’ Black linguist John McWhorter takes issue with those set on fighting oppression

  • Elie Mystal
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The kickoff to holiday shopping season has long also been a moment for activism.

  • Traci Parker
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The story of how Cabbage Patch Kids, Tickle Me Elmo and Hatchimals ignited feeding frenzies.

  • Abby Whitaker
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  • Perspective

Gender-exploratory therapy is a key step. Why aren't therapists providing it?

  • Laura Edwards-Leeper and Erica Anderson
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  • Perspective

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on the arrival of migrants — and tech companies.

  • Perspective

No, self-driving trucks wouldn’t fix all our problems

2021 has played out in lots of surprising ways. Many of those surprises have been good ones!

Whitewashing the history of American race relations gave rise to the myth at the center of Thanksgiving.

  • David J. Silverman
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How to address the American history of ripping Indigenous children from their families.

  • Margaret Jacobs
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  • Perspective

No need to include our holiday in the winter extravaganza of commercialization, thanks

How you prepare depends on when you think you need to prepare.

The legislative rush caused by fears about 2022 may — in a vicious cycle — make the backlash worse. But the president’s fortunes may be brighter.

  • Bruce E. Cain
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