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Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Brussels, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021.

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Opinion | Frances Haugen Exposed a Gaping Hole in Whistleblower Protection

I was a corporate whistleblower, too. It almost ruined my life.

Opinion by Michael Johnson

Protesters march, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Kenosha, Wis., after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted.

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Opinion | Wisconsin Democrats Have a Kenosha Problem

And it could cost them big at the polls in 2022.

Opinion by Charles Sykes

A man flies a "Let's Go Brandon" flag.

Letter from Michigan

The Bizarre Mildness of ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Fest

As a smattering of true believers gathered in Michigan to dunk on Joe Biden, a mini Trump rally revealed the odd, unpredictable tensions in modern Republican politics.

By Derek Robertson

Bottles of Scotch whiskey smuggled in hollowed-out loaves of bread are pictured in June 1924, during Prohibition.

History Dept

Maybe Prohibitionists Were the Good Guys

Historians love to label prohibition activists “zealots” and “extremists.” If that’s true, then why was it the most popular, robust and influential global social movement of its day?

By Mark Lawrence Schrad

Josh Hawley and Donald Trump are pictured.

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Why Republicans Can’t Stop Talking About Masculinity

A Q&A with historian Kristin Kobes Du Mez on Josh Hawley, J.D. Vance and why manhood seems to be such a big topic on the right today.

By Katelyn Fossett

A photo from the newest "Ghostbusters" movie

Culture Club

The Weirdly Political Legacy of ‘Ghostbusters’

Who ya gonna call? Well, that depends on your ideological priors.

By Derek Robertson

Kyle Rittenhouse enters the courtroom to hear the verdicts in his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.

Race in America

Opinion | The Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Reinforces a Long American Tradition: White Animus Against Black Grievance

It’s not just the acquittal but the embrace of Rittenhouse as a hero.

Opinion by Erin Aubry Kaplan

A protester holds up a sign, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, in Los Angeles, following the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wis.

Race In America

The Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Exposes America’s Divide Over Who Gets to Carry a Gun

Legally, the verdict is good news for Kyle Rittenhouse, experts say. But what it says culturally is dangerous for racialized violence.

By Brakkton Booker

Georgian opposition demonstrators with Georgian national flags and posters with images of former President Mikheil Saakashvili rally in his support in Tbilisi, Georgia, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021.

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Opinion | I Was Jailed in the Country I Once Ran. Here’s Why I Want Biden to Speak Out.

The former president of the Republic of Georgia, who spent 50 days on a hunger strike in prison, on the worrisome decline of democracy in his country and how he hopes the U.S. can help.

Opinion by Mikheil Saakashvili

Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lawrence pose with a 1929 Ford Model A at the Classic Auto Restoration Specialist in North Fort Myers, re-enacting some of the poses Bonnie and Clyde did in their classic photos, in Florida in June 2021.

the friday cover

The Bonnie and Clyde of MAGA World

For a decade, Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lawrence had surfed the wave of populist-right politics like few other people in America. Then came Jan. 6.

By David Freedlander

Pete Buttigieg, with his hand on the Bible held by Chasten Buttigieg, is sworn in as Transportation Secretary by Vice President Kamala Harris in the Old Executive Office Building.

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Opinion | A 2024 Harris-Buttigieg Primary Would Be Great for Republicans

They exemplify the Democratic Party’s electoral deficiencies, while bringing their own personal political weaknesses to the equation.

Opinion by Rich Lowry

Texas state Sen. Eddie Lucio Jr. looks at a map of state Senate districts.

2021 Redistricting

Welcome To A True American Bloodsport: Redistricting

Congressional mapmaking used to be a sleepy affair. No longer.

By Alan Greenblatt

Hundreds of House districts are being redrawn. Here’s who’s winning and losing.

New state maps will mold the balance of power in Congress for the next decade. We’re keeping tabs on every single one in our new redistricting tracker.

By Allan James Vestal and

週刊朝日 2021年12月10日増大号

Senate's Jan. 6 ethics probe into Cruz, Hawley drags on

It's been 10 months since seven Democrats asked for an inquiry into two Republican senators who led objections to certifying the 2020 election.

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primary source

Opinion | Frances Haugen Exposed a Gaping Hole in Whistleblower Protection

I was a corporate whistleblower, too. It almost ruined my life.

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Protesters march, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Kenosha, Wis., after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted.

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And it could cost them big at the polls in 2022.

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A man flies a "Let's Go Brandon" flag.

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As a smattering of true believers gathered in Michigan to dunk on Joe Biden, a mini Trump rally revealed the odd, unpredictable tensions in modern Republican politics.

By Derek Robertson

Bottles of Scotch whiskey smuggled in hollowed-out loaves of bread are pictured in June 1924, during Prohibition.

History Dept

Maybe Prohibitionists Were the Good Guys

Historians love to label prohibition activists “zealots” and “extremists.” If that’s true, then why was it the most popular, robust and influential global social movement of its day?

By Mark Lawrence Schrad

Josh Hawley and Donald Trump are pictured.

Politics

Why Republicans Can’t Stop Talking About Masculinity

A Q&A with historian Kristin Kobes Du Mez on Josh Hawley, J.D. Vance and why manhood seems to be such a big topic on the right today.

By Katelyn Fossett

A photo from the newest "Ghostbusters" movie

Culture Club

The Weirdly Political Legacy of ‘Ghostbusters’

Who ya gonna call? Well, that depends on your ideological priors.

By Derek Robertson

Kyle Rittenhouse enters the courtroom to hear the verdicts in his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.

Race in America

Opinion | The Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Reinforces a Long American Tradition: White Animus Against Black Grievance

It’s not just the acquittal but the embrace of Rittenhouse as a hero.

Opinion by Erin Aubry Kaplan

A protester holds up a sign, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, in Los Angeles, following the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wis.

Race In America

The Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Exposes America’s Divide Over Who Gets to Carry a Gun

Legally, the verdict is good news for Kyle Rittenhouse, experts say. But what it says culturally is dangerous for racialized violence.

By Brakkton Booker

Georgian opposition demonstrators with Georgian national flags and posters with images of former President Mikheil Saakashvili rally in his support in Tbilisi, Georgia, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021.

Primary Source

Opinion | I Was Jailed in the Country I Once Ran. Here’s Why I Want Biden to Speak Out.

The former president of the Republic of Georgia, who spent 50 days on a hunger strike in prison, on the worrisome decline of democracy in his country and how he hopes the U.S. can help.

Opinion by Mikheil Saakashvili

Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lawrence pose with a 1929 Ford Model A at the Classic Auto Restoration Specialist in North Fort Myers, re-enacting some of the poses Bonnie and Clyde did in their classic photos, in Florida in June 2021.

the friday cover

The Bonnie and Clyde of MAGA World

For a decade, Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lawrence had surfed the wave of populist-right politics like few other people in America. Then came Jan. 6.

By David Freedlander

Pete Buttigieg, with his hand on the Bible held by Chasten Buttigieg, is sworn in as Transportation Secretary by Vice President Kamala Harris in the Old Executive Office Building.

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Opinion | A 2024 Harris-Buttigieg Primary Would Be Great for Republicans

They exemplify the Democratic Party’s electoral deficiencies, while bringing their own personal political weaknesses to the equation.

Opinion by Rich Lowry

Texas state Sen. Eddie Lucio Jr. looks at a map of state Senate districts.

2021 Redistricting

Welcome To A True American Bloodsport: Redistricting

Congressional mapmaking used to be a sleepy affair. No longer.

By Alan Greenblatt

Hundreds of House districts are being redrawn. Here’s who’s winning and losing.

New state maps will mold the balance of power in Congress for the next decade. We’re keeping tabs on every single one in our new redistricting tracker.

By Allan James Vestal and

週刊朝日 2021年12月10日増大号

Senate's Jan. 6 ethics probe into Cruz, Hawley drags on

It's been 10 months since seven Democrats asked for an inquiry into two Republican senators who led objections to certifying the 2020 election.

Why Biden picked Powell

In the end, President Joe Biden did what many close to him expected: He took a longer-than-anticipated amount of time to arrive at a reasonable, moderate decision that thrilled few but carried limited risk.

Failure to vaccinate poor countries fans fears of uncontrolled outbreak

For months, critics have prodded drug companies to do more for the world. Now, as Covid-19 surges, U.S. and global policymakers are struggling to get shots into arms.

STATES

Parnell suspends Pennsylvania Senate campaign

The Republican candidate lost a custody battle for his children after his estranged wife accused him of abuse.

Former NYC police commissioner demands apology from Jan. 6 committee, but plans to comply

The Capitol riot panel subpoenaed Bernard Kerik in part because its investigators believed he attended a meeting at the Willard Hotel with other Trump World figures. His lawyer says that's not true.

Raimondo: Commerce 'war room' seeing improvements on supply chain woes

The Commerce secretary said in an interview that the Biden administration sees trading partners in Asia as part of the solution.

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Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Brussels, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021.

primary source

Opinion | Frances Haugen Exposed a Gaping Hole in Whistleblower Protection

I was a corporate whistleblower, too. It almost ruined my life.

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Protesters march, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Kenosha, Wis., after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted.

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And it could cost them big at the polls in 2022.

Opinion by Charles Sykes

A man flies a "Let's Go Brandon" flag.

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The Bizarre Mildness of ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Fest

As a smattering of true believers gathered in Michigan to dunk on Joe Biden, a mini Trump rally revealed the odd, unpredictable tensions in modern Republican politics.

By Derek Robertson

Bottles of Scotch whiskey smuggled in hollowed-out loaves of bread are pictured in June 1924, during Prohibition.

History Dept

Maybe Prohibitionists Were the Good Guys

Historians love to label prohibition activists “zealots” and “extremists.” If that’s true, then why was it the most popular, robust and influential global social movement of its day?

By Mark Lawrence Schrad

Josh Hawley and Donald Trump are pictured.

Politics

Why Republicans Can’t Stop Talking About Masculinity

A Q&A with historian Kristin Kobes Du Mez on Josh Hawley, J.D. Vance and why manhood seems to be such a big topic on the right today.

By Katelyn Fossett

A photo from the newest "Ghostbusters" movie

Culture Club

The Weirdly Political Legacy of ‘Ghostbusters’

Who ya gonna call? Well, that depends on your ideological priors.

By Derek Robertson

Kyle Rittenhouse enters the courtroom to hear the verdicts in his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.

Race in America

Opinion | The Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Reinforces a Long American Tradition: White Animus Against Black Grievance

It’s not just the acquittal but the embrace of Rittenhouse as a hero.

Opinion by Erin Aubry Kaplan

A protester holds up a sign, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, in Los Angeles, following the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wis.

Race In America

The Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Exposes America’s Divide Over Who Gets to Carry a Gun

Legally, the verdict is good news for Kyle Rittenhouse, experts say. But what it says culturally is dangerous for racialized violence.

By Brakkton Booker

Georgian opposition demonstrators with Georgian national flags and posters with images of former President Mikheil Saakashvili rally in his support in Tbilisi, Georgia, Monday, Nov. 15, 2021.

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Opinion | I Was Jailed in the Country I Once Ran. Here’s Why I Want Biden to Speak Out.

The former president of the Republic of Georgia, who spent 50 days on a hunger strike in prison, on the worrisome decline of democracy in his country and how he hopes the U.S. can help.

Opinion by Mikheil Saakashvili

Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lawrence pose with a 1929 Ford Model A at the Classic Auto Restoration Specialist in North Fort Myers, re-enacting some of the poses Bonnie and Clyde did in their classic photos, in Florida in June 2021.

the friday cover

The Bonnie and Clyde of MAGA World

For a decade, Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lawrence had surfed the wave of populist-right politics like few other people in America. Then came Jan. 6.

By David Freedlander

Pete Buttigieg, with his hand on the Bible held by Chasten Buttigieg, is sworn in as Transportation Secretary by Vice President Kamala Harris in the Old Executive Office Building.

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Opinion | A 2024 Harris-Buttigieg Primary Would Be Great for Republicans

They exemplify the Democratic Party’s electoral deficiencies, while bringing their own personal political weaknesses to the equation.

Opinion by Rich Lowry

Texas state Sen. Eddie Lucio Jr. looks at a map of state Senate districts.

2021 Redistricting

Welcome To A True American Bloodsport: Redistricting

Congressional mapmaking used to be a sleepy affair. No longer.

By Alan Greenblatt

Hundreds of House districts are being redrawn. Here’s who’s winning and losing.

New state maps will mold the balance of power in Congress for the next decade. We’re keeping tabs on every single one in our new redistricting tracker.

By Allan James Vestal and

週刊朝日 2021年12月10日増大号

Senate's Jan. 6 ethics probe into Cruz, Hawley drags on

It's been 10 months since seven Democrats asked for an inquiry into two Republican senators who led objections to certifying the 2020 election.

Why Biden picked Powell

In the end, President Joe Biden did what many close to him expected: He took a longer-than-anticipated amount of time to arrive at a reasonable, moderate decision that thrilled few but carried limited risk.

Failure to vaccinate poor countries fans fears of uncontrolled outbreak

For months, critics have prodded drug companies to do more for the world. Now, as Covid-19 surges, U.S. and global policymakers are struggling to get shots into arms.

STATES

Parnell suspends Pennsylvania Senate campaign

The Republican candidate lost a custody battle for his children after his estranged wife accused him of abuse.

Former NYC police commissioner demands apology from Jan. 6 committee, but plans to comply

The Capitol riot panel subpoenaed Bernard Kerik in part because its investigators believed he attended a meeting at the Willard Hotel with other Trump World figures. His lawyer says that's not true.

Raimondo: Commerce 'war room' seeing improvements on supply chain woes

The Commerce secretary said in an interview that the Biden administration sees trading partners in Asia as part of the solution.

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