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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

In New Hampshire, Joe Biden called a woman 56 years his junior “a lying, dog-faced pony soldier,” which his campaign incorrectly attributed to a film starring John Wayne.

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Satire

The Philanthropist’s Lonely Path

A wealthy man bravely defends his choice of charities

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A Mennonite accountant was charged with defrauding his Amish neighbors.

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Perspective

The World According to Grapes

Hockey fight in Canada: how the firing of a legacy sports broadcaster exposed the frailty of Canada’s national myth

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Podcast

“My Gang Is Jesus”

Believe it or not: the simultaneous rise of gang membership and evangelical Christianity in Rio de Janeiro

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, President Trump said that he would not rule out sanctions against Iraq, where active-duty U.S. troops are still stationed.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

In response to a major volcanic eruption, President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines vowed he would “eat that ashfall. I’m even going to pee on Taal, that goddamned volcano.”

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Cartoon

The Story of Cinema: Die Hard

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Podcast

Trumpism After Trump

More than four more years? A look at the philosophy and die-hard adherents of National Conservatism

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Postcard

Future Healers of Tomorrow

A summer camp for young mediums

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A decorated veteran of the American wars in Vietnam and Iraq had his prosthetic limbs repossessed from his home in Mississippi when the VA declined to pay for them. Read More
Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A decorated veteran of the American wars in Vietnam and Iraq had his prosthetic limbs repossessed from his home in Mississippi when the VA declined to pay for them.

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Podcast

Oceans Apart

The Comoro Islands are a microcosm of the global climate crisis to come

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott complained on an Israeli radio show that the world is “in the grip of a climate cult.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A candidate for Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party cosplayed as a character from the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion at the Taiwan Grand Triumph concert.

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Podcast

Click Here to Kill

Hiring a hitman online isn’t just speculative fiction

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Podcast

Body Language

More than the right word: on telling a genderqueer narrative

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The House voted on two articles of impeachment; Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized for going on vacation; two Carnival Cruise ships collided Read More
Cartoon

The Story of Cinema: Moments in the Evolution of the Christmas Movie

While shepherds watched their flocks, the rest of us went to the pictures

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Postcard

From Scratch

A Guatemalan business ferries home-cooked meals across the border

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The wife of the Chattooga County, Georgia, commissioner was arrested after pouring soda pop on a reporter’s head before the start of a budget meeting.

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Publisher’s Note

The Art of Persuasion

“Making fun of the negative interest rates offered by some European banks, Trump sniggered, ‘Give me some of that…I want some of that money.’ In my corner of the hall, around table 121, several merry-faced brokers and accountants applauded.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A 71-year-old Japanese man was arrested after placing 24,000 customer complaint calls with his cell-phone service provider because he could not get his phone to play radio broadcasts.

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Conversation

To Know the Disease

Wendell Potter, a former health care executive, reveals the unified corporate effort against Medicare for All—and how those talking points are echoed by candidates and debate moderators

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Cartoon

The Story of Cinema: Sam Peckinpah

The maverick director who had a wild bunch of ideas about motion

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Postcard

Perhaps the World Ends Here

Climate disaster at Wounded Knee

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

President Donald Trump signed a bipartisan measure that, for the first time, makes certain acts of animal cruelty, such as animal crushing, a federal crime.

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Podcast

More Than Thankful

Farm to table: the history of food activism in the United States

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Police officers in Rome were investigated on allegations of accepting bribes in the form of pasta and gelato.

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