Politicians put democracy at risk by feeding conspiracy theories. Capitol Police put themselves at risk to protect them.

  • Danielle Marshall
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His conservatism was more like Cindy McCain’s than the Arizona Republican Party’s.

  • CC Goldwater
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  • Perspective

They aren’t all conservative, and abortion hasn’t always driven their politics.

  • Kristin Kobes Du Mez
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  • Perspective

The Biden administration has thousands of smaller changes to undo, too

  • Perspective

The path back to mainstream respectability

  • Elizabeth Drew
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  • Perspective

We call poetry an art of the spoken word, but it rarely lives up to this ideal.

  • Review

Paul and Stephen Kendrick on how King’s 1960 arrest influenced the presidential campaign.

  • Nick Bryant
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  • Review

Elephant scientist Caitlin O’Connell explores the lessons humans can learn.

  • Barbara J. King
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  • Review

Dreaming helps us make sense of our experiences, Antonio Zadra and Robert Stickgold write.

  • Nick Romeo
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  • Review

Adam Jentleson joins many Democrats in calling for reform of the filibuster.

  • Kathy Kiely
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  • Review

His aggressive moves were paired with deference to states’ rights, James Oakes writes.

  • Elizabeth R. Varon
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Lessons from the rollout of the polio vaccine.

  • Katherine A. Foss
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The French have quietly replaced a name that signaled something to American car buyers for 100 years.

  • Micheline Maynard
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Without rethinking how we fund higher education, students will keep piling up debt.

  • Elizabeth Tandy Shermer
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  • Perspective

The ex-president and his family will feel right at home as they flee to the Sunshine State

  • Diane Roberts
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The racial double standard is plaguing ideas of youthful innocence.

  • Crystal Webster
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  • Perspective

How Biden can direct every part of the government to attack the problem

  • Ben Adler
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The author discusses, in painstaking detail, what makes a story work.

  • Lisa Zeidner
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It would change the incentives for working on policy proposals with at least some bipartisan support.

  • Scott Levy and Nathaniel Zelinsky
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We are learning the extent to which political violence and the subversion of democracy are in bounds to a wide spectrum of Americans.

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