The country has been buffeted by a lot of shocks. Are we returning to normal, or does that not exist anymore?

While our perceptions of grandparents have remained static, we've asked them to do a lot more.

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Sams’s nomination is helping to correct a historical lie that shaped the West.

  • Blaine Harden
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Our current nuclear arsenal is more than enough for whatever Beijing is building.

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The longtime anchor’s memoir settles scores and reexamines some regrettable choices.

  • Perspective

Deceit aside, it is challenging enough to decide when a strongly held view counts as ‘religious.’

  • Dorit Reiss
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  • Perspective

The AfD lost seats in the election, but its political education arm will now get millions to spread its ideas.

  • Annelie Naumann
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  • Perspective

Policies to support women and children should be the point of the movement, not an afterthought.

  • Stephanie Ranade Krider
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Desmond Shum describes how he turned access into wealth — until his wife’s arrest.

  • Jude Blanchette
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Karen Greenberg draws a line from the 9/11 response to the Trump presidency.

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Seth Wickersham reveals the personalities behind the Patriots’ winning partnership.

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Even as past victims are honored, hatred for Jews has become “normal,” Dara Horn writes.

  • Pamela S. Nadell
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  • Perspective

California’s incarcerated firefighter program was a respite from daily threats of violence.

  • Matthew Hahn
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Far from being like the clergy supporting the American Revolution, these pastors trample on Revolutionary-era preachers' beliefs.

  • Thomas Lecaque and J L Tomlin
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An unexpected therapy shows results.

  • Nathaniel Frank
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Access to citizenship served both newcomers and the empire. Denying the possibility proved catastrophic.

  • Douglas Boin
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  • Perspective

Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom explains what he’s learned about worker attitudes and productivity over the past year.

We need to be honest about this show’s flaws if it is to be considered part of America’s social infrastructure.

For decades U.S. courts were a venue for justice and accountability, but the Supreme Court has curtailed the use of the Alien Tort Statute.

  • Maria Armoudian
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Placing our faith in forecasting and science could save lives and money.

  • Oliver Uberti
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