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On Moral Injury

Can a new diagnosis help heal our souls?

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We Shall Not Be Moved

Collective ownership gives power back to poor farmers

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Grand Designs

Can the affordable-housing movement redeem its past failures?

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Common Enemy

The emerging resistance to Chinese Empire

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Good Guys with Guns

Why the left should arm itself

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Trumpism After Trump

Will the movement outlive the man?

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Click Here to Kill

The dark world of online murder markets

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Men at Work

Is there a masculine cure for toxic masculinity?

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The K-12 Takeover

Big Philanthropy’s bid to privatize education

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The Wood Chipper

How the National Football League shops for players

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Secrets and Lies

Sexual abuse in the world of Orthodox Judaism

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Life after Life

Why parole in America is just another prison

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The Wood Chipper

How the National Football League shops for players

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Without a Trace

Missing, in an age of mass displacement

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The Vanishing

The plight of Christians in an age of intolerance

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Checkpoint Nation

Border agents are expanding their reach into the country’s interior

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The Deportation Racket

Con artists are preying on undocumented immigrants in detention

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Combustion Engines

On any given day last summer, the smoke-choked skies over Missoula, Montana, swarmed with an average of twenty-eight helicopters and eighteen fixed-wing craft, a blitz waged against Lolo Peak, Rice…

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There Will Always Be Fires

The pinhal interior, a wooded region of hills and narrow hollows in rural central Portugal, used to be farmland. Well into the latter half of the past century, the fields…

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As the World Burns

If it seems as though the world’s on fire, that’s because it is. Wildfires are starting earlier in the dry season and burning for longer. As of October 2017, European…

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The Death of a Once Great City

The fall of New York and the urban crisis of affluence

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The Sound of Madness

Can we treat psychosis by listening to the voices in our heads?

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The Pain Refugees

The forgotten victims of America’s opioid crisis

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Empty Suits

Defamation law and the price of dissent

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Before the Deluge

How Washington sealed Puerto Rico’s fate

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“I am Here Only for Working”

Conversations with the petroleum brotherhood in the UAE

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Pushing the Limit

What the U.S. Olympic Committee can — and can’t — do about sexual abuse

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Everyman’s War

The paramilitary fighters training to keep Russia out of the Baltics

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October 2020