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Some solutions for the housing crisis
Manu Meel and the students of the cross-partisan campus group BridgeUSA are the vanguard of the civic bridge-building movement nationwide.
Both have bucked their party. But the parties responded very differently.
Humans can bear heat better than we thought.
I’d like you to consider the possibility that the political changes that have rocked this country over the past six years will be nothing compared with the changes that will rock it over the next six.
Some thoughts about how to keep sitting in the mess.
The story of abortion rights in the United States is still being written. We all have a say in what comes next.
When it comes to guns, we should cheer on cooperation that leads to progress, however incremental.
The agreement, which falls short of the sprawling changes championed by Democrats, is a significant step toward ending a years long impasse over gun reform legislation.
Timothy Snyder, Levin Professor of History at Yale University, is a scholar of surpassing brilliance.
From Scotland to Estonia to Thailand, LGBTQ+ rights are advancing.