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Like This or Die

What gets lost in the age of the algorithm

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Oral History

Nowhere Left to Go

“I can’t take chances with my life.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A federal appeals court ruled against a police officer who gave a Michigan woman a harsher ticket after she flipped him off.

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Podcast

Not Mere Projection

Reconsidering the work of the notoriously elusive Cy Twombly

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Editor's Note

Inside the April Issue

Christian Lorentzen on the decline of book reviewing; Rachel Nolan on the troubled legacy of Guatemalan adoptions; Lisa Wells on the fear of flying

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The Brazilian president tweeted, “What is a golden shower?”

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Emily Bernard and Mychal Denzel Smith

How to get there from here: two authors discuss their recent work and breaking out of the limits on the public discourse around race

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Publisher's Note

The Living Dead

“Whatever the current political momentum may be, what’s astonishing is that the oppression of less powerful people addressed not by a writer on the left but by the ‘reactionary’ Michel Houellebecq.”

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Postcard

The Blood Is Still There

Marking the unspeakable at the site of the Sand Creek Massacre

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

A black man became the director and president of a white-supremacist organization in the hopes of disbanding it.

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Podcast

Catechism of the Waters

No easy way out: the overpopulation of sea lions in Oregon demonstrates the need for humanity to live sustainably

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

“I am an underdog,” said presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar, who once ate a salad on an airplane with a comb and then ordered her aide clean it, at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Des Moines.

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Podcast

The Myth of White Genocide in South Africa

An ongoing racial and economic crisis in a republic that reflects our own

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Satire

An Unprecedented Twist

A plan for supplementary gruel must be rejected

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Postcard

Not in My Backyard

Amid Berlin’s affordable housing shortage, urban gardens have been sowing unrest

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Editor's Note

Inside the March Issue

Andrew Cockburn on Joe Biden’s disastrous legislative legacy; James Pogue on the myth of white genocide in South Africa; Sallie Tisdale on species in conflict on the Columbia River

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Classes at a Catholic school in Durham, North Carolina, were canceled in anticipation of protests against a lesbian alumna, who had been invited to speak at a Black History Month event.

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Podcast

Going to Extremes

In sickness, only: on mercy killings, and the crisis in our health care system

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Publisher's Note

The Wall War

“I can see nothing but a missed opportunity to inform the broader public about economic realities in our increasingly stratified country.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

North Korea’s Clothing Research Center announced that it has created clothing that contains “high-grade protein, amino acids, fruit juice, magnesium, iron, and calcium” and can therefore be eaten to avoid starvation.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The vice president of the United Arab Emirates and the ruler of Dubai gave all Gender Balance Index awards, including “best personality supporting gender balance,” to men, but “recognized the efforts” of one woman in a press release about the prizes.

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Canadian air-traffic controllers purchased more than 350 pizzas for their American counterparts.

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Podcast

Without a Trace

The story of one man’s search for his brother speaks to the pain of hundreds of thousands of missing migrants’ families

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Film

I Did It My Way

A recent cycle of vigilante films might gesture towards Trump-era fears, but their source is much older

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Postcard

Close to Home

Liberia’s unmarked graves

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Trump brought candy to meeting with Schumer and Pelosi; the governor of Ohio was sworn in on nine Bibles; a woman was banned from Walmart after drinking wine from a Pringles can while riding an electric shopping cart

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