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The E.U. has resulted in the longest period of peace and prosperity in modern European history.
In addition to the longest period of peace and prosperity in modern European history, the E.U. has helped to create small rituals of international courtesy. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY NEIL HALL / REUTERS
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Why do colleges mindlessly require mathematics of everybody, even if you plan to major in poetry, interior design or modern dance?
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I think only 7th grade level algebra 1 is required for most college majors... not like Calculus 1 through 6 and above...
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With every month, it has become clearer that Donald Trump is a makeshift politician, whose rancid wit resides in his willingness to say whatever it takes to arouse the fears of a political base, David Remnick writes.
Much as he has done throughout his primary campaign, Donald Trump responded with ugly, untrue comments to news of the attack at a gay night club in Orlando. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY KEITH SRAKOCIC / AP
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At the age of 70, Bill Weld, the former Republican governor of Massachusetts, has become the Vice-Presidential nominee for a party to which he’s never belonged.
At the age of seventy, Bill Weld, the former Republican governor of Massachusetts, has become the Vice-Presidential nominee for a party to which he’s never belonged. Credit Photograph by Stephen Chernin / AP
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From age sixteen, Kalief Browder was wrongfully held on Rikers Island. For nearly two of his three years in jail, he was in solitary confinement, where he attempted suicide several times.
Kalief Browder, in a video still from his incarceration on Rikers Island.
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Peter Thiel is surely aware of this case’s potential to begin a reëxamination of American press law, far beyond the fate of Gawker.
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Ashraf Ghani is Afghanistan’s Jimmy Carter—a visionary who has managed to alienate all his potential political allies.
Ghani is Afghanistan’s Jimmy Carter—a visionary technocrat who has alienated potential allies and has no feel for politics. Credit Photograph by Adam Ferguson for The New Yorker
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Nearly a decade ago, Microsoft tried to buy Facebook and failed. On Monday, it finally succeeded, but for very different reasons.
Microsoft announced this week that it would buy LinkedIn for more than twenty-six billion dollars. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFRI TARIGAN / ANADOLU / GETTY
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Why do evangelical Christians so often seek to claim converts among the dead?
Why has a prominent evangelical Christian alleged that Christopher Hitchens, an outspoken atheist, was, during the last years of his life, “teetering on the edge of belief”? Credit Photograph by Stephen Voss / Redux
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On the first day of Ramadan, a look back at a writer's first full month of fasting after his conversion to Islam: "In shorthand descriptions of Ramadan, it’s sometimes said that the fast lasts from sunrise to sunset. That’s not true. That would be easy!"
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Superstorm Sandy caused a hundred million dollars in damage to the Statue of Liberty. Waves could topple statues on Easter Island. Flash floods are expected to hit Stonehenge.
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In Jonathan Safran Foer's new novel, a conflicted Jewish family living in America must finally confront the question of what defines their identity.
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