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As Gaza Talks Falter, Negotiators Look for a Deal or a Scapegoat

President Biden’s decision to withhold offensive weapons if Israel attacks Rafah has scrambled cease-fire talks. But much of the various…

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Three Reasons the Campus Protests Are Part of the Problem

Readers have been asking me, and I have been asking myself of late, how I feel about the campus demonstrations…

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The Biden Campaign’s High-Powered Effort to Define R.F.K. Jr.

Pretty much every presidential election includes a smattering of third-party and independent candidates — minor players who have slim to…

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The Judge Deciding Google’s Fate

Amit P. Mehta, a judge in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, will issue a landmark antitrust ruling.

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Denis Villeneuve Answers All Your Questions About ‘Dune: Part Two’

He explains why Lady Jessica’s face is so heavily tattooed, whether Paul considers himself the Messiah and what he thinks…

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Iran Seizes Commercial Ship Linked to Israel

Iranian forces seized a container ship with links to Israel in the Persian Gulf on Saturday, as leaders in the…

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Trump Is Financially Ruining the Republican Party

Donald Trump is someone you should think carefully about hitching your financial fortunes to. The guy is a gifted carnival…

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When It Comes to Politics, Are Any of Us Really Thinking for Ourselves?

If you’re trying to guess whether people are Republicans or Democrats, knowing a few basic facts about them will take…

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The Great Rupture in American Jewish Life

For the last decade or so, an ideological tremor has been unsettling American Jewish life. Since Oct. 7, it has…

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Fight Over Texas Law Underscores a Battle of America vs. Its States

The partisan gridlock gumming up Washington has prompted states controlled by one party to set off on their own.

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