Don’t believe all the hype about mistakes, and keep these principles in mind.

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No, basting isn’t best.

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No, Fox News didn’t radicalize the right.

  • Nicole Hemmer
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A stabilizing force in the Middle East? Not really.

  • Madawi Al-Rasheed
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The Russian dynasty produced noteworthy rulers — and some tall tales

  • Robert Service
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No, it doesn’t design its products to need rapid replacement.

  • Harry McCracken
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Narratives about “angry” voters and an inept Clinton campaign don’t hold up.

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Maybe greed isn’t so good.

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Sorry, they’re not based on the science of psychology — and they’re not very reliable.

  • Merve Emre
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No, venting and breaking things won’t really calm your rage.

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No, it doesn’t necessarily guarantee liberty.

  • James Miller
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No, the future of electric cars doesn’t depend on Elon Musk’s vision.

  • Brent Goldfarb, David A. Kirsch
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No, Trump’s account isn’t followed by a suspicious number of bots.

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A company’s success doesn’t necessarily depend on its chef executive.

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Slow, expensive and low-quality? Not anymore.

  • Richard A. D'Aveni
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No, they wouldn’t necessarily reveal extant links between the president and Russia.

  • George K. Yin
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The movies are wrong: No one has a clearance “above top secret.”

  • Garrett M. Graff
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No, its popularity can’t be explained by immigrants or World War II.

  • Carol Helstosky
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No, the justices don’t always have the final word.

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Why did producer George Martin actually take on the band? As punishment.

  • Allan Kozinn
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