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Gloomy about the economy and inflation, Americans remain upbeat about jobs.

Americans are worried about inflation, pessimistic about the economy overall and upset about the way their leaders are handling it.…

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Biden Promised to Stay Above the Fray, but Democrats Want a Fighter

WASHINGTON — Forty-eight hours after a horrific mass shooting on the Fourth of July, President Biden flew to Ohio on…

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The Long Path to Reclaim Abortion Rights

Attempting to recover from their staggering loss in the Supreme Court, abortion rights groups have mounted a multilevel legal and…

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Sometimes ‘Proper’ Speech Isn’t Correct Speech

My eldest daughter is in elementary school, and I recently started noticing that she was regularly enunciating “going to” and…

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The G.O.P. War on Civil Virtue

It’s hard to say which of the Republican responses to the latest mass shooting was most reprehensible. The reliably awful…

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How to Get People to Do What You Want Them to Do

Tommy James & the Shondells sang “Crystal Blue Persuasion.” Economists have their own shade of persuasion — Bayesian. Bayesian persuasion…

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Ron DeSantis Is Being Incoherent on Inflation

Some of the very people who blame President Biden for causing inflation by overstimulating the economy are pressing for or…

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The Electric Car Market Heats Up

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. Secondhand cars…

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Why Are Seemingly Functional Adults Falling for the ‘Furries’ Myth?

A Nebraska state senator, Bruce Bostelman, last month warned of an alarming new variety of deviance making its way into…

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Is Slang as Swell as It Used to Be? Yas!

The first Looney Tunes star character, before Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the others, was a blandly joyous little Mickey…

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