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Megan McArdle is a Washington Post columnist and the author of "The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success."
The Supreme Court finally decides that Internet retailers can be treated just like brick-and-mortar shops.
The enigma that is D.C.’s ballot initiative on tipped wages
Remember the limits of current knowledge and the voices that are absent from the debate.
Even as a child, I knew what’s special about fathers: There is only one of them, and they love you.
People like you.
The deal isn’t obviously a net gain for shareholders.
The chain may have summoned nostalgic excitement without putting the brand at risk.
The only way to win a game wailing whataboutism? Don’t get suckered into playing.
All the elements that combined to make for a fascinating, if flawed, first season have in their second iteration dragged viewers into an incoherent, nearly unwatchable mess.
The unintended consequences are likely to make our nation’s mass incarceration problem worse.