The one thing we haven’t tried in the past 30 years is actually investing in our schools. It’s time to give it a shot.

  • Robert C. Pianta
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  • 4 minutes ago
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Today’s central bankers face a different task than the one Volcker took on. But they would be well advised to pursue their goals with the same relentless commitment he brought to the job.

Pro-vaccine forces need to rip a page from the past, and develop a social media game.

  • Tess Lanzarotta
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  • 5 minutes ago
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  • Perspective

His good-government “reforms” get bad reviews from scholars.

  • Brendan Nyhan
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Let’s check in on Mike Pompeo’s State Department!

The president and his amateur advisers are giving the Kremlin ammunition to use against the U.S.

  • John Sipher
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Only this will end lunch shaming.

  • Jennifer Gaddis
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Limiting access to peer-reviewed science undermines the agency's effectiveness.

  • Mona Hanna-Attisha
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A government’s approach to online access says a lot about what it considers most threatening

  • Josephine Wolff
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Providing haven to the region’s oppressed has been a higher priority than upholding human rights at home.

  • Debbie Sharnak
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  • Review

The former Obama official recounts warring parents, policy wins and Washington gossip in her memoir.

  • Perspective

The dangers of the 24-hour rush for ‘breaking news.’

  • Henry Schuster
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  • Perspective

No, black voters are not uniformly liberal.

  • Theodore R. Johnson
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Investigative reports are only as good as the ability of their authors to deliver their story. Washington is full of distorted and muddled messages derived from them.

  • Review

Journalist Elaine Sciolino falls under the spell of France’s famous river.

  • Debra Bruno
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  • Review

Charles Moore recounts the Iron Lady’s triumphant political comeback and sad decline.

  • Elaine Showalter
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  • Review

Adm. William McRaven shares anecdotes from his life and military career.

  • Elliot Ackerman
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  • Review

Matt Stoller traces the rise and fall and rise of anti-corporate populism.

  • Benjamin C. Waterhouse
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This tactic enables white Americans to avoid addressing structural inequalities still plaguing society today.

  • Tyler D. Parry
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Midge Maisel navigates two stereotypes of Jewish women that date back to 19th-century France.

  • Amanda Lee
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