Outlook



  • Perspective

No, 94 percent of crashes aren’t caused by drivers’ errors.

  • David Zipper
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  • Perspective

Developing countries had been closing the gap with wealthier nations for decades. When covid-19 hit, that stopped.

  • Rajiv Shah
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  • Perspective

Manchin wants to restrict access to the child tax credit that helps parents stay afloat

  • Bobbi Dempsey
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  • Review

Wil Haygood explores its evolution, from forgotten auteurs to “Black Panther.”

  • Review

Sheryll Cashin traces the history of segregation, disinvestment and criminalization.

  • Ellis Cose
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  • Review

The term is a creation of the age of globalization, writes George Makari.

  • Rachel Newcomb
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  • Review

Samuel Moyn ponders the consequences of the U.S. approach to conflicts.

  • Dennis C. Jett
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We keep trying to assess schools quantitatively, instead of grappling with the deeper problems plaguing education.

  • Ethan Hutt
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Visual documentation of American problems has always helped spur liberal reforms.

  • E. James West
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  • Perspective

It’s a goal for communities or nations, not for individuals

  • Perspective

Parents rights protests are rooted in politics, not U.S. law, which says kids should learn to think for themselves.

The industry was on tenuous economic ground even before the pandemic.

  • Elliot Haspel
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The Netflix show is a hit. That doesn’t mean it’s good.

The church has long supported public health decrees and prioritized saving lives over other Catholic doctrine.

  • Susan Breitzer
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Real estate coverage in the media is important for shaping how we understand history.

  • Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, Caroline Grego and David W. Dangerfield
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Mergers don't just harm consumers. They're often bad for employees, too.

  • Sarah Miller
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“Be careful, your mommy hurts little kids,” an anti-masker shouted at my 5-year-old outside my home.

  • Jennifer D. Jenkins
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  • Perspective

Both Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin irritate progressives. But their agendas have little in common.

  • Matthew Yglesias
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  • Review

How the two nations’ intelligence services, once adversaries, turned into strong allies.

  • Joseph Kanon
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The follow-through remains an open question.

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