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by Roger Kaplan | Sep 11, 2020

Victoria Azarenka won the first point in her U.S. Open semifinal, but then she doubled, lost the next three points,…

by The Editors | Sep 11, 2020

On “Befuddled Jews Endorse Black Lives Matter,” by Rael Jean Isaac In Rael Jean Isaac’s September 5, 2020 article “Befuddled…

by Larry Thornberry | Sep 2, 2020

Before the big competition on Nov. 3 there are and will be many sub-competitions. There’s the competition for campaign cash,…

by Larry Thornberry | Sep 1, 2020

Hurrah for Anne Hendershott’s fine analysis of envy as it plays out in politics and where it ends. She’s spot…

by The Editors | Aug 28, 2020

If it’s a flaw that Trump is not shrieking in chest-pounding outrage over QAnon, then surely it’s a radical disgrace…

by Bill Phillips | Aug 27, 2020

This week, many college students and professors will begin classroom instruction for the first time since March. One Syracuse University…

by John Jiang | Aug 25, 2020

With the bulk of CARES Act coronavirus benefits and protections having expired for almost a month, a new survey has…

by John Jiang | Aug 21, 2020

Steve Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, was arrested Thursday on allegation that he and several business associates had embezzled…

by The Editors | Aug 21, 2020

What Am I To Do? For over a decade, I signed the front of the check. Started a company with…

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