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Erasing Black History Is Not the Role of the College Board

In the nation’s capital, blocks from the White House, scores of sharply dressed Americans mingled Thursday night over cocktails and…

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3 New Chocolate Desserts for Everyone You Love

Chocolate is an easy choice for homemade Valentine’s Day desserts and this trio of recipes has something for everyone. Like…

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Songwriter or Star? The-Dream, Muni Long and Two Paths to the Grammys.

Ahead of the first-ever Grammy Award for songwriter of the year, two musicians who have been both headliners and behind-the-scenes…

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Tech Earnings Give a Wake-Up Call to Investors

Apple, Amazon and Alphabet all reported disappointing quarterly results, as they emphasized efforts to cut costs in the face of…

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Storming Normandy in 1346

“Essex Dogs,” the first novel in a projected trilogy by the historian Dan Jones, imagines a hard-bitten band of mercenaries…

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‘Hip Hip Hooray!’ Cheering News for Free Speech on Campus

The following is a celebration of the cancellation of the Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative, an attempt by a committee…

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When the Police Are the Government

Earlier this week, I wrote that American policing lies largely outside of democratic control. In practice, despite the formal authority…

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Republicans and Debt: Blackmailers Without a Cause

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Two years after a Democratic president took office and pushed ambitious policies through…

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Facing Death, a Pianist Recorded Music of Unspeakable Emotions

Lars Vogt, for one of his final albums made before dying from cancer, turned to chamber music by Schubert with…

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‘Knock at the Cabin’ Review: Who’s There? The Apocalypse.

In M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thought experiment, Dave Bautista brings the end of the world to a peaceful country cottage.

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