Rich-guy pet projects just might turn spaceflight into a competitive industry.

  • Katherine Mangu-Ward
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I worked in Cuba and Russia, where schools deny unpleasant history. Do we want to be like them?

  • Steven L. Hall
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  • Review

Michael Wolff details the end of Trump’s term while feeding readers’ appetite for spectacle.

  • Jill Filipovic
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  • Review

Michael Pollan cultivates his own opium and mescaline, and takes on U.S. drug policy.

  • David Herzberg
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  • Review

Humans and plants are more alike than we realize, writes Peter Wohlleben.

  • Richard Schiffman
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  • Review

The e-cigarette-maker promised a safer product but got teens hooked, Jamie Ducharme writes.

  • James S. Hirsch
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‘Go out and play’ was once the norm. Extreme weather is making that harder.

  • Elliot Haspel
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While some have tried to use sporting events to "prove" prejudices, athletes of color have fought to shatter stereotypes.

  • Kyle Longley
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The global reach and universal language of the Games makes them an attractive venue for trying to change the world.

  • Harry Blutstein
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  • Perspective

HIV-positive people are still barred from enlisting. If diagnosed afterwards, their careers often suffer.

  • Nikita Lalwani
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  • Perspective

Crisscrossing America's city streets, country roads and rural highways, photojournalist Ken Light sees an empire in decline.

  • Ken Light
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Only if vaccination efforts stall and a deadlier new variant leads to a new round of disease, death and shutdowns would economic pessimism be warranted.

  • Perspective

Even as society opens back up, some measures of social isolation remain alarmingly high.

Without the opportunity for Cubans to leave for the U.S., however, the story may end differently.

  • Rozzmery Palenzuela Vicente
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Learning the history of Mexico can help Americans better understand themselves.

  • Gabriela Soto Laveaga
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  • Perspective

Every weather disaster has taught me something: Always have ice. Stay light on your feet.

  • Karleigh Frisbie Brogan
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Why, yes, that headline is sarcastic.

How controversy over the Federal Writers’ Project echoes today.

  • Carole Emberton
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It’s possible for someone to fight off an infection and still test positive, which skews case numbers.

Should the production of money be a business run for private profit or a resource owned and operated by the public?

  • Jeffrey Sklansky
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