Ultimately, he still believes that social life should be organized along heteronormative lines.

  • Ludger Viefhues-Bailey
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The lesson of 2016: Talk about threats as they are discovered.

  • Perspective

Muzzling its members is a dereliction of duty by the American Psychiatric Association

  • Mary L. Trump
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  • Perspective

Eavesdropping on an Afghan civil war — and showing up with drones

The two sides seem to live in different factual universes.

  • Mary Ziegler
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  • Perspective

He’s updated an old GOP strategy. Flatter Black voters, then depress turnout.

  • Theodore R. Johnson and Leah Wright Rigueur
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The GOP is governing like Visigoths are about to rout them.

How an American political tradition morphed from a ritual of civic education to one of chaos and confusion.

  • Tizoc Chavez
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Republicans say they want to kill the ACA but keep its most popular provision. That can’t work.

  • Larry Levitt
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The only coup in American history came after scare-mongering that wouldn't sound out of place in 2020.

  • David Gessner
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When presidential insecurity hamstrings a great power's ability to protect its people.

For the first time, demands for change are coming from within.

  • Charlotte Hogg
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Hidden disenfranchisement is as much of a problem as long lines at the polls.

  • Charlotte Rosen
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Last term, the Justice Department glossed over the president’s true motives. Now the mask can come off.

  • Leah Litman and Kate Shaw
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  • Perspective

Not everyone can solve it by themselves. But everyone can learn.

  • Ernö Rubik
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Our apocalyptic fears may actually hide a dangerous optimism.

Other countries shouldn’t rush to emulate our pandemic strategy.

  • Lars Calmfors
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Biden's visit to Dairy Queen was savvy politics. So is Trump's McDonald's diet.

  • Adam Chandler
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If conservatives ignore fiscal austerity when they’re in power but Democrats embrace it when they take control, then conservatives will consistently meet the demands of their constituents while Democrats consistently fail to do so.

An unclear outcome in deeply polarized times could be dangerous.

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