Becoming A Centaur. In the Trenches of Ukraine’s Forever War.
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The New York Times credits the “Fixer Upper” star for this transcendent peanut butter and chocolate combination, but both the comment section and Gaines herself say otherwise.
To block the construction of a railway that could destroy ancient forests, climate activists in the U.K. have begun digging tunnels in its way, and living underground for weeks.
We now occupy a nearly natureless world.
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After falling in love with an obscure anime rhythm game, a writer became obsessed with obtaining a machine of her own—or finding the people who could.
Russian belligerence has drawn the world’s attention back to the eight-year-old secessionist rebellion in the Donbas region: a deadlocked, time-warped conflict with no end in sight.
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Brian Wallach was diagnosed with ALS the day his daughter came home from the hospital. In the time since, he’s radically changed how medical advocacy works and how the government approaches medical research.