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Will Donald Trump Permanently Alienate Republican Women?

Meghan Milloy has been called all of that because she's a Republican woman who plans to vote for Hillary Clinton. For standing against Donald Trump,...

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Rubbish

I will not go further into the plot of the movie, in part because Snyder has made an explicit plea that reviews avoid spoilers and...

December's Must-Reads: Science, Technology, and Health

So says font designer David Březina, chief type officer at Rosetta Type, a Czech firm that specializes in designing custom typefaces for multiple scripts (a...

Freedom Still Awaits

Board of Education. The Court's decision to strike down racial segregation in public education (and soon in all aspects of public life) began the deconstruction...

Editor's Note: To Stay or to Go

The Europe of today is not, as Jeffrey Goldberg writes in our cover story, the Europe of 1933, when Hitler took power. Not close. The...

The Guardian Angels of Student Debt

Reza Moridi, the minister who oversees higher education, told the Star, "I understand that the independent superintendent ... made this difficult decision with the best...

The Weird Power and Liability of Incumbency in Hawaii

His victory represented a major departure after eight years of Republican Linda Lingle, and the huge contingency of Democrats in solid-blue Hawaii celebrated his win...