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My Father, Ronald Reagan, Would Weep for America

The night before my father died, Ronald Reagan, I listened to his breathing — ragged, thin. Nothing like that of…

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My Son Refuses to Play With an Outcast. Does That Make Him a Bully?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on how a parent might address social exclusion among a group of schoolchildren.

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In ‘My Friends’ an Exile Finds Himself Outside Libya, but Never Far Away

A rash decision to attend an anti-Qaddafi protest in London reverberates in Hisham Matar’s poignant and quietly suspenseful third novel.

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New Images of Jupiter’s Moon Io Capture Infernal Volcanic Landscape

Juno, a NASA mission designed to study Jupiter’s origins, sent back new views of the most eruptive world in the…

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First Case of Lethal Bird Flu in Polar Bears Reported in Alaska

The News A highly lethal form of bird flu that has been spreading across the world has now been detected…

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16th-Century Beauty Secrets, Revealed

In “How to Be a Renaissance Woman,” the historian Jill Burke explores the aesthetic expectations of an era — and…

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Knitting Helps Us Embrace Life’s Messy Imperfections

OpinionSupported by SKIP ADVERTISEMENTKnitting Helps Us Embrace Life’s Messy Imperfections Dec. 26, 2023, 5:02 a.m. ETShare full article90By Samantha Moore…

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A.I. Is the Future of Photography. Does That Mean Photography Is Dead?

John Szarkowski, the legendary curator at the MoMA, once described photography as “the act of pointing.” And for the nearly…

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The Supreme Court’s Big Trump Test Is Here

A generation after the Supreme Court stepped into a disputed presidential election, America is experiencing a creeping sense of déjà…

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A Creamy, Melty Potato Casserole That’s Outrageously Easy to Make

Jansson’s temptation is one of Sweden’s tastiest exports.

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