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The Rise and Fall of a Double Agent

Cameron Ortis was privy to the inner workings of Canada’s national security—and in a prime position to exploit them.

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Two Competing Impulses Will Drive Post-Pandemic Social Life

Some people will want to go out as often as they can. Others won’t be able to forget how nice it is to sit at home on the couch.

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21 Experts on What the Verdict Means — and Where to Go From Here

Derek Chauvin’s conviction marked a big moment in the nation’s ongoing racial-justice reckoning, and in the push for more accountability from the police. But will anything more come of it?

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Want to Raise Successful Kids? Science Says These 7 Habits Lead to Great Outcomes

It’s not just one study. It’s study after study after study.

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More Americans Are Leaving Cities, But Don’t Call It an Urban Exodus

A year into the Covid-19 pandemic, after much speculation about emptied downtowns and the prospect of remote work, the clearest picture yet is emerging about how people moved.

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Why Don’t Some TV Shows Sound the Way They Used To?

Licensing issues have gutted the soundtracks of many beloved series on streaming services, resulting in bewildering music cues and missing theme songs.

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Michael Stipe: ‘The Male Idea of Power Is So Dumb’

He was in the one of the most influential indie bands ever, but the songwriter prefers life as a visual artist. He talks presidents, parties and photographing his heroes.

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The Dark Side of Our Age of Fitness

A new book explores the link between neoliberalism and working out.

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The History of the Work Spouse

You call her your work wife, and here I must ask you: why?

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