• Review

Bob Woodward and Robert Costa underline the two presidents’ different realities.

  • Eric Rauchway
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  • Perspective

Checking an unhinged Trump did not require circumventing the chain of command

  • Alexander S. Vindman
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  • Perspective

Progress is possible even without the legislative branch

  • Perspective

Uniformed officers can only do so much when civilian leaders break norms.

  • Rosa Brooks
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  • Review

Evan Osnos explores how America changed over the past two decades.

  • Lizabeth Cohen
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  • Review

White House official Rush Doshi explains the goal: to supplant U.S. global dominance.

  • Review

Joshua Prager wants readers to rethink what they know about the landmark case.

  • Mindy Jane Roseman
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  • Review

Following the Amur River, Colin Thubron discovers desolation and decay.

  • Peter Frankopan
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  • Review

Nathaniel Philbrick follows the trail of the first president’s journeys between 1780 and 1791.

  • Joseph J. Ellis
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  • Review

His book laments the court’s declining legitimacy but denies that partisanship is to blame.

  • Joan Biskupic
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While the company reversed course after initially banning sexual content, it showed how vulnerable sex workers are.

  • Rokeshia Renné Ashley
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  • Perspective

My stories of young patients hospitalized with covid might do more harm than good.

  • Rachel M. Pearson
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  • Perspective

We can’t rely on public health agencies alone.

  • Scott Gottlieb
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The appeal of alcohol that we think is better for us.

  • Brian Alberts
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By trotting out Trump’s playbook in a blue state, he exposed GOP talking points for what they are.

  • Will Wilkinson
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  • Perspective

The U.S. embargo isn’t to blame for all its problems, and the island isn’t frozen in time.

  • Ada Ferrer
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Wanting to negotiate is not the same as opposing mandates.

Afghanistan has a long history of nomadic encounters.

  • Iqbal S. Akhtar
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The "step-up in basis" rule benefits a small, mostly White, group of Americans.

  • Dorothy A. Brown
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Scapegoating immigrants to allow business to continue unencumbered is an old tactic.

  • Randa Tawil
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