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The Sins of Rod Blagojevich Are the Sins of Our Time
The new podcast revisits the saga of the swoop-coiffed, boisterously ridiculous Illinois governor—F.B.I. agents, no-bid jobs, wiretaps, show biz, and all.
Davos Should Heed the Investor Seth Klarman’s Warning
Klarman, a low-key but highly influential investor, believes that shortsighted business practices are imperilling public confidence in capitalism.
Halfway Through the Trump Presidency, the Resistance Is Winning
Although Donald Trump has undoubtedly disrupted the American system of government, he hasn’t upended it. And, in many ways, his Administration is already losing steam.
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The Voting-Machine Lobbyists Undermining Democracy
The practice of democracy begins with casting votes, and the integrity of democracy depends on the inclusivity of the franchise and the accurate recording of its will.
Ann Coulter Demands to Deliver State of the Union Address
The conservative pundit scoffed at congressional Democrats’ condition that she reopen the government before being able to deliver the State of the Union.
The Producer Dream Hampton Talks with Jelani Cobb About “Surviving R. Kelly”
The filmmaker discusses the abuse accusations against R. Kelly. Her new documentary implicates him, his enablers, and even his fans.
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How Trick Plays Subvert Expectations at the Super Bowl
In football, trick plays can create a moment of glory or fail spectacularly on the Super Bowl stage. Here we look at some famous plays and why they matter.