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Publisher's Note

News You Can Use

“How did these clever policymakers in Congress—supported by hundreds of academic economists—achieve their ambitions?” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

It was reported that a West Virginia congressman used campaign funds for 53 purchases at Chick-fil-A. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A White House press corps flight to the G7 summit was delayed because one of the plane’s engines was filled with cicadas. Read More
Podcast

Prayer for a Just War

Don’t keep calm and carry on: a new way of thinking about action on climate change Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

“Partisan voting legislation will destroy the already weakening binds of our democracy,” said Senator Joe Manchin, announcing that he would vote against his own party’s election reform bill. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Senate Democrats killed a Republican-sponsored bill that forbade the creation of “certain human-animal chimeras.” Read More
Podcast

Stages of Grief

History will recall: ACT UP, COVID-19, and the arts Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

More than 100 people lined up outside of an abandoned Bay Area gas station for the chance to sniff a corpse flower in bloom. Read More
Podcast

The Anxiety of Influencers

How to gain followers and influence people: TikTok superstars and the perils of our algorithm-driven society Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Engineers in San Francisco were attempting to silence a loud hum emitted by the Golden Gate Bridge that could be heard 10 miles away. Read More
Podcast

The Lightning Farm

Cruel and unusual: as more states abolish capital punishment, what will happen to federal prisoners sentenced to die? Read More
Publisher's Note

New Deal 2.0?

“Apparently, the assassin who killed Bernie Sanders’ presidential aspirations and his popular appeal for Medicare for All is now donning the clothing of a New Deal social democrat.” Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

After a church warden with the keys to a polling location overslept, residents of Oxford, England, cast votes for local elections in the trunk of a car. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Corn prices hit a seven-year high amid fears of scarcity, and, citing increased consumer interest in vitamins, Nestlé purchased Nature’s Bounty. Read More
Publisher's Note

The French Fiasco

“How did the Trump Administration manage to succeed where France had failed so spectacularly? How can it be that 56 percent of American adults are now vaccinated against COVID-19 compared to 27 percent of French adults?” Read More
Podcast

Birds of a Feather

Crafting an Endangered Species Act that could better respond to the climate crisis Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Reflecting on his time in the White House, Donald Trump told fellow Palm Beach Billionaire’s Row resident Sean Hannity that what he misses the most is “helping people.” Read More
Publisher's Note

In Memoriam: John Cullen

Remembering the humor, warmth, and precision of the talented linguist Read More
Podcast

Lost in Thought

Against a one-size-fits-all approach to meditation and mental health Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Czech man turned over to authorities a T-34 tank and a SD-100 tank destroyer as part of a nationwide weapon-amnesty program. Read More
Podcast

Town of C

Talking pictures: Richard Rothman and Lyle Rexer Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A town in Missouri said that it will consult state law to determine how to fill positions on its board of trustees after an election in which not a single vote was cast. Read More
Podcast

The Crow Whisperer

Don’t Dolittle: on the need to reassess our relationship with animals Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

In Ohio, a 57-year-old manufacturing plant employee was arrested after she texted her sister that a man who had been fired the day before had returned with a gun, which was an April Fools’ Day joke. Read More
Podcast

The Possessed

No Ouija board required: on Philip Roth’s writing, legacy, and a new biography Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

After triggering two fire alarms, an illegally installed communal popcorn machine was removed from the North Dakota State Capitol. Read More
Podcast

Pafko at the Wall

At the precipice of the 20th century: Jennifer Egan and Rowan Ricardo Phillips discuss Don DeLillo’s prologue to Underworld Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The Kremlin announced that the identity of the COVID-19 vaccine administered to Vladimir Putin would remain a secret. Read More
Podcast

False Prophets

Beg, borrow, or steal: the questionable business of artifacts Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

It was reported that President Biden’s dogs will be temporarily relocated to Delaware after one of them, Major, bit a Secret Service agent. Read More