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New Republic

Beto O’Rourke Isn’t Running for Senate Anymore

Beto O’Rourke Isn’t Running for Senate Anymore

Beto O’Rourke, the three-term congressman from El Paso trying to unseat Texas Senator Ted Cruz in next month’s midterms, may be the Democrats’ biggest rising star since Barack Obama. Over the last few
Can Change Wait?

Can Change Wait?

Ayanna Pressley’s surprise primary win over Michael Capuano—a power in Boston politics, with 20 years in Congress representing the Massachusetts 7th and the support of virtually the entire state
The #MeToo Workplace Policy That No One Is Talking About

The #MeToo Workplace Policy That No One Is Talking About

It’s been a year since the New York Times and New Yorker published their bombshell articles outlining how Harvey Weinstein had sexually harassed and assaulted women for three decades. Since then, the
Are Brazil’s Businesses Cheating to Help an Extremist Win the Presidency?

Are Brazil’s Businesses Cheating to Help an Extremist Win the Presidency?

Until this week, Jair Bolsonaro, the retired army captain leading the race for the Brazilian presidency, seemed like he would cruise to an easy win over his opponent, Fernando Haddad of the
Ryan Zinke Is in a Real Mess

Ryan Zinke Is in a Real Mess

After Scott Pruitt resigned from the Environmental Protection Agency this summer, many in the media—this reporter included—wondered whether Ryan Zinke might be the next to go. The Interior secretary
The Deceptive, Shameful, Lucratively Funded War Against Rent Control

The Deceptive, Shameful, Lucratively Funded War Against Rent Control

On August 24, the tenants of two buildings near the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles received letters from their landlord notifying them of a rent increase of over $800 a month. The increase
Welcome to <i>Camping</i>, the Most Misunderstood Show on TV

Welcome to <i>Camping</i>, the Most Misunderstood Show on TV

If this is what it takes to make Julia Davis a very rich woman, then so be it. The extraordinary writer and actress got her start on British TV in the 1990s, when she sent a character reel to Steve
Republicans Are Running Away From the Economy

Republicans Are Running Away From the Economy

The U.S. stock market’s weeklong decline reversed itself dramatically on Tuesday, producing one of the strongest climbs of the year. A gain driven by strong earnings reports from bulwarks like Goldman
Micro-Targeted

Micro-Targeted

It’s not difficult to imagine the political manipulation of social-media platforms. You can see the trolls, maybe similar to the employees of the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg that Adrian
Mind Games

Mind Games

In April, when the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Washington, it looked as if the nation was finally going to reckon with the outsize role that technology

Marriage

You keep complaining that there are two people inside me—the one confident, decisive, ironic; the other a raging cripple who never took to the nipple, whose life has been one long episode of

Poem with Birds

Oh you real effulgent frailties Looka book, a banister, a sinisteraffirmation of how littlewe achieve in looking a bog, an orchard, an icy shoreshorn of longing a flower, a power-line flecked with
The Blue Wave Might Wipe Out Voter Suppression, Too

The Blue Wave Might Wipe Out Voter Suppression, Too

Every state routinely prunes its voter rolls when registered voters move, die, or get convicted of a felony. But under Secretary of State Jon Husted, Ohio has taken an aggressive tack to removing
Hearing Secret Harmonies

Hearing Secret Harmonies

Graham Greene famously observed that there is a splinter of ice in the heart of every writer, and certainly this is true of that generation of middle-class male novelists born in the decade before
The Democrats’ Incredible Shrinking Message

The Democrats’ Incredible Shrinking Message

In the summer of 2017, when the midterm elections were more than a year away but already on everyone’s mind, Democrats seemed to have an embarrassment of riches. President Donald Trump was
The Mistake Countries Repeatedly Make When Dealing With the EU

The Mistake Countries Repeatedly Make When Dealing With the EU

“There isn’t even a one in a million chance that Merkel will say no.” These were the words of Alexis Tsipras shortly before becoming Greece’s prime minister in 2015. He was talking about his
The New DNA Paradigm

The New DNA Paradigm

Big cultural changes happen slowly, then all at once. This summer, the Golden State Killer, a serial rapist and murderer, was identified through the search of a third-party consumer genomics service
How to Fix the Supreme Court: Weaken It

How to Fix the Supreme Court: Weaken It

The confirmation of a Supreme Court justice never should matter as much as Brett Kavanaugh’s did, and that’s because the Supreme Court itself shouldn’t matter as much as it does today. That’s the
A Death Sentence Over a Cup of Water?

A Death Sentence Over a Cup of Water?

“To pardon or overturn the verdict against Asia Bibi, self-confessed blasphemer is the commission of blasphemy itself and is crime against Islam and the Constitution of Pakistan.” So read a handout
How Obamacare Became a Winning Issue

How Obamacare Became a Winning Issue

In 2009, when Barack Obama traveled to Bristol, Virginia, for a town hall to promote the Affordable Care Act, his motorcade passed a small but turbulent protest. I was raised just outside this small