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Criminalizing Homelessness Won’t Make It Go Away

OpinionSupported by SKIP ADVERTISEMENTCriminalizing Homelessness Won’t Make It Go Away April 16, 2024, 5:00 a.m. ETShare full articleBy Mark Horvath,…

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What if Dario Amodei Is Right About A.I.?

Produced by ‘The Ezra Klein Show’ Back in 2018, Dario Amodei worked at OpenAI. And looking at one of its…

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J.D. Vance: The Math on Ukraine Doesn’t Add Up

President Biden wants the world to believe that the biggest obstacle facing Ukraine is Republicans and our lack of commitment…

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‘Civil War’ Review: We Have Met the Enemy and It Is Us. Again.

In Alex Garland’s tough new movie, a group of journalists led by Kirsten Dunst, as a photographer, travels a United…

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Where Is America’s ‘Rules-Based Order’ Now?

No sooner had a nearly unanimous United Nations Security Councilpassed a resolution demanding an “immediate cease-fire” in Gaza last month…

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A New Film Examines the Godfather of Modern Conservatism

The PBS documentary “The Incomparable Mr. Buckley” implicitly and explicitly asks: What would William F. Buckley think of today’s Republican…

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Happy 20th Anniversary, Gmail. I’m Sorry I’m Leaving You.

There are no end of theories for why the internet feels so crummy these days. The New Yorker blames the…

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Boots, Backpack and a Ubiquitous App

Close your eyes and imagine a stereotypical hiker. Do the words “rugged” and “built Ford tough” come to mind? Are…

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Deion Sanders Still Believes in ‘The Little Engine That Could’

Describe your ideal reading experience (when, where, what, how). Peace! I need my peace. I usually read in my office,…

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How Not to Think Like a Fascist

In his latest book, the prolific British psychoanalyst Adam Phillips promotes curiosity, improvisation and conflict as antidotes to the deadening…

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