The anti-government leader of the militia movement has become the year’s most surprising resistance figure.
My favorite was an escape from politics that wasn’t escapist.
It’s a high school reunion musical.
The anti-airbrushing movement is becoming a marketing gimmick.
Why do people keep throwing electric scooters into rivers and lakes—and what should companies like Bird and Lime do to stop them?
What’s worth your time
Plus the year’s best historical releases.
How it’s changing us
Companies like Uber and Lyft promise they’re creating opportunities for people shut out of traditional employment, but their opaque background check policies present a barrier for some.
An honest guide to modern life
Featuring Quinn Lewis, age 19.
Where the money goes
By doing away with single-family zoning, the city takes on high rent, long commutes, and racism in real estate in one fell swoop.
What really matters
No tears should be shed for the outgoing chief of staff.
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