Neil Armstrong Walked on the Moon, But He Wasn’t One to Blab About It
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Andrew Sullivan’s “New Religions” Essay Is Twaddle
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Nudging the British Toward Brexit
What Really Counts as an Impeachable Act?
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Sorry Folks, George H.W. Bush’s Service Dog Probably Wasn’t Mourning Him
Wild Wild Country Pulls Too Many of Its Punches
Distracting the Public With Book Recommendations
The Many Influences of Creed II Director Steven Caple Jr.
You Should Be Allowed to Leave Your Child Alone for a Few Minutes
Russia Strikes Again in Ukraine. Could the U.S. Win a War Against It?
Everybody Wants Short Lines at the Voting Booths. Democrats Should Insist They Get Them.
Fat Shaming Is Inexcusable, Especially When Obesity Is Driven By Social Forces
What Peter Sagal Talks About When He Talks About Running
In Retirement, Legendary Sportscaster Verne Lundquist Has More Time for Classical Music Than Whatever Game Is On
Ben Stiller’s Latest Is Based on a True-Life Prison Break—and No, It’s Not a Comedy
How NXIVM’s Star Recruiter Escaped the Cult and Then Turned Against It