Politics

Europe United Like Never Before Against Putin. Here’s One Strange Reason Why.

But there is another, less widely acknowledged source of Europe’s newfound unity: The latest version of Google Translate, which has…

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‘The Party May Have to Die to Be Reborn’

Inside the cavernous Dream City Church, where a conspiracy movie about the 2020 election called “The Deep Rig” premiered in…

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Pompeo vs. the Post: The Politics of Jamal Khashoggi

Attiah is no disinterested essayist. She was Khashoggi’s editor at the Post as well as his friend, and since his…

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Opinion | Fake it Till You Make It: The Generational Explanation Behind George Santos

My doctoral research on conservative media influencers features interviews with people like Santos’ new staffer Vish Burra, a Staten Island…

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The Cold Calculus Behind the Shrinking GOP Presidential Field

Palin, though, is more likely to belt out another rendition of “Baby Got Back” on The Masked Singer than be…

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Opinion | Trump Can’t Beat DeSantis on Covid

The “free state of Florida”? No, despite what you might recall, or have experienced at the time, or find when…

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Opinion | We Already Have 18 Intelligence Agencies. We Still Need 1 More.

My last job in the U.S. government was overseeing the intelligence community’s role in the Committee on Foreign Investment in…

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On the Run with George Santos

Wednesday, 4:52 p.m. The Floor Santos stands up from his usual seat in the middle of the House chamber, three…

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No, AP African-American Studies Is Not ‘Indoctrination’

None of this comes as a surprise. DeSantis has built his political brand on eradicating “wokeness” in Florida’s public schools…

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Opinion | The New York Times’ Obsession with Itself

Defying the journalistic maxim that reporters should never be the story, “The Story Behind the Story” frequently chronicles the mundane…

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