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Ohio, the election, and America’s servile press
Undercover with Florida’s Republican shock troops
Attempts this year to suppress the black vote would not be the first
With a third of the votes unrecountable, another Florida could happen anywhere
Understanding the most dangerous constituency
The recommendations of the 9/11 Commission are a dangerous muddle
A reader’s guide to expatriating on November 3
The FDA’s deference to drug companies is bad for America’s health
The administration’s case for legalizing war crimes
In chain emails, the right has found its natural medium
The state of our states is poor; and yet Bush, paradoxically, may benefit
President Bush has been no friend to small business
The only justification that makes sense
Amount of trash left in New York City’s Central Park by people attending Earth Day festivities, in tons:
High ocean acidity from rising sea temperatures was causing the ears of baby damselfish to develop improperly; without ears, baby damselfish cannot hear (and thus locate) the reefs where they are meant to grow up.
Colombian author and Nobel Laureate Gabriel García Márquez died at age 87. “You’d be at a bordello,” said the journalist Francisco Goldman, “and the woman would have one book by her bed and it would be Gabo’s.”
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Science’s crisis of faith