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How Much Does Heterodoxy Help Progressives? (Wonkish)

Their agenda still needs to be tax-and-spend, not just spend.
Southern Baptists Face Their #MeToo Moment

Southern Baptists Face Their #MeToo Moment

A small group of activists engaged passers-by in June outside the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in Dallas.
U.S. Revives Secret Program to Sabotage Iranian Missiles and Rockets

U.S. Revives Secret Program to Sabotage Iranian Missiles and Rockets

Long-range missiles on display this month in Tehran. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
Governor Northam’s Troubling Silence on Racism

Governor Northam’s Troubling Silence on Racism

Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia with his wife, Pam, speaking about the yearbook photo during a news conference this month.

Having a Good Side Isn’t Just for Mariah Carey Anymore

Facing one way used to be just for divas. Then came selfie sticks, ring lights and Instagram.
Parkland Shooting: Where Gun Control and School Safety Stand Today

Parkland Shooting: Where Gun Control and School Safety Stand Today

One of the many supportive signs that still surround Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
How to Find Your Better Side and Take a Good Selfie

How to Find Your Better Side and Take a Good Selfie

They know how to crook their heads: Mishka Bulochnikov (with a friend), Lianna Azria and Mariah Carey at a record party in Los Angeles in May 2017.
Bus Bombing in Iran Kills 27 Revolutionary Guards and Wounds 13

Bus Bombing in Iran Kills 27 Revolutionary Guards and Wounds 13

A photograph released by the state-run Fars News Agency was said to show a Revolutionary Guards Corps bus that had been blown up in a suicide attack in southeastern Iran.
Trump, Inching Toward Border Security Deal, Says Shutdown Would Be ‘Terrible’

Trump, Inching Toward Border Security Deal, Says Shutdown Would Be ‘Terrible’

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has encouraged fellow Democrats to support the bill: “I say to people, support the bill for what is in it. Don’t judge it for what is not in it.”
Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

By mid-2013, Monica E. Witt had become disillusioned with the government and had left the military.
El Chapo Is Behind Bars, but Drugs Still Flow From Mexico

El Chapo Is Behind Bars, but Drugs Still Flow From Mexico

The conviction in Brooklyn of the Mexican crime lord Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, may have little lasting impact on the effort to stem the flow of drugs into the United States.
Flashing Yellow Light in France

Flashing Yellow Light in France

Yellow Vest protesters in Paris on Saturday, the 13th consecutive weekly demonstration.
NASA’s Mars Rover Opportunity Concludes a 15-Year Mission

NASA’s Mars Rover Opportunity Concludes a 15-Year Mission

The shadow of NASA’s Opportunity rover on the Martian surface in 2004. The rover was designed for 90 days of exploration, but remained functional for more than 5,000 Martian days.
Losing Your Privacy in the Digital Age: Share Your Stories

Losing Your Privacy in the Digital Age: Share Your Stories

Attendees interact with a facial recognition demonstration during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Past Tense: For One Night in 1965, the Supremes Brought the Two Detroits Together

Past Tense: For One Night in 1965, the Supremes Brought the Two Detroits Together

"One of the most popular rock and roll combinations in the nation, the Supremes, entertain the party," read the photographer's notes. June 18, 1965.
Your Taxes 2019: They’re Rich and They’re Mad About Taxes (Too Low!)

Your Taxes 2019: They’re Rich and They’re Mad About Taxes (Too Low!)

President Trump, joined by Republican members of the House and Senate, spoke about the passage of the Republican tax plan on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington in 2017.