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My Kid Is Endlessly Curious About The World But… I Don’t Have Answers. What Should I Do?
Talking to your kid about the meaning of life can be daunting. But it’s an opportunity to tap back into your natural curiosity.
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Help! My Sister Is Furious That We’re Allowing Dogs—But Not Kids!—at Our Wedding.
Is this really so bad?
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Ask a Teacher: I Can’t Bear to Tell My Daughter What Happened in Uvalde. What Should I Say?
Real-life teacher advice on school shootings, grade inflation, and homework.
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What I Saw After the Shooting That Should’ve Changed Everything 
You have to ask uncomfortable questions, even if the right calls it “politicization.”
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How Harm Reduction Can Help Us Live With COVID
There’s a lesson to be taken from methods of addiction treatment.
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How Do the Tampa Bay Lightning Keep Doing This?
Their astonishing run at history feels impossible.
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Top Gun: Maverick Is the Year’s First Great Blockbuster
This hot-dogging throwback is as good a case for the airheaded action movie as this summer is likely to get.
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Protecting Abortion Is Vital For The Economy
May we remind you that women make up half of the US workforce?
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A Sandy Hook Parent Speaks
After the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, nine families sued the maker of the AR-15-style weapon used by the shooter. And they won.
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My Boyfriend and I Had Our First Threesome. The Moment It Began, He Broke All Our Rules.
His explanation is absurd.
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The Options Congress Has for Gun Control
It's been a decade of inaction. Not everyone thinks Democrats are doomed to fail.
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Will the Eastern Conference Finals Ever Have a Good Game?
The Heat and Celtics are playing in a key of discombobulated chaos.
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The Right Found a New Way to Not Talk About a School Shooting
Despite being handed one legal and political victory after another, they continue to vent outrage and venom, eschewing reasoned debate.
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It’s Fun That “the President Reportedly Agreed That a Mob Should Kill the Vice President” Is Only a Minor News Story
Donald Trump approved of mob plan to hang Mike Pence, Jan. 6 committee reportedly learns.
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“Oof—This Is a Terrible Practice!”: Care and Feeding’s Best Advice on School Testing and Grades.
How to handle misinformed teachers, regretted bribes, and an early case of cheating.
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The GOP’s Only Answer to School Shootings Didn’t Help in Uvalde
It’s not like potential good guys with guns were thin on the ground in Uvalde.
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What Happened the Last Time There Was a Monkeypox Outbreak in the U.S.
In 2003, monkeypox rode into the U.S. on Gambian pouched rats and then infected prairie dogs.
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The Four Boxes to Defeat Trumpery
Trumpery goes beyond Trump himself to exploit cracks in our governance. But it’s not intractable.
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Our Unique American Grief Is an Opportunity
The unchecked proliferation of guns across the U.S. has us descending into a spiral of violence, and it’s shaping how our children grow.
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Why the Senate Protects Justices From Protesters but Won’t Protect Kids From Mass Shootings
Our broken political system has produced a federal judiciary that's enabling the next massacre.
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Why Brad Raffensperger’s Georgia Secretary of State Win Is So Shocking
2024 looks ever so slightly less perilous now.
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Dr. Oz Opponent Still Hoping Mail-in Ballots Are a “Miracle Cure” for Losing to Dr. Oz
David McCormick is trying to force the counting of mail-in ballots with a team of guys who spent late 2020 arguing that mail-in ballots are illegal.
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What Could Have Stopped the Buffalo Shooter?
A new approach to threat assessment could help keep communities safe.
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What Happened in the Primaries Last Night?
Time to evaluate the whims of the country through results in Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, and Texas.
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Culture Gabfest “Put Your Pants Back On” Edition
Also, revisiting Kids in the Hall, and the history of the bicycle.
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The End of Ending the Pandemic
Public officials shouldn’t let the great be the enemy of the good.
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Answering Questions on Hayley Kiyoko and a Possible New Couch Guy
It’s an all-mailbag episode of ICYMI.
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The Beclowning of David Perdue
How he went from respected Georgia businessman to a twice-losing errand boy for Donald Trump.
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14 Students, 1 Teacher Reportedly Killed in Texas Elementary School Shooting
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said that police had killed the 18-year-old shooter.
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Did Biden Actually Just Promise That We’d Go to War With China Over Taiwan?
The president suggested that we already had a commitment to defend the Island in case of an attack. Except, we don't.
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