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The pandemic hastened the rise of digital reading for school assignments. But for most students, print is the most effective way to learn.

The Biden administration’s 30x30 conservation plan demands restoration of the two Utah national monuments that President Trump eviscerated.

The progression of ALS involves the slow erosion of the voluntary muscles, already well underway in my vocal cords and mouth.

We need to end a culture of obstetric racism that has resulted in a maternal mortality rate for Black women that is around three times that of white women.

Sixty years ago, a preteen white girl in Alabama tended to Freedom Riders after their bus was firebombed. Her life would never be the same.

The state took the high road reforming its redistricting process. But now it will have one fewer tool in the battle to keep Democrats in power.

Eli Broad envisioned Grand Avenue as DTLA’s Champs-Élysées. Instead it may be a memorial to an urbanism of big gestures that is passing into history.

Nonfungible tokens are a dressed-up species of bookkeeping. But what art needs is less auditing and more ecstasy.

Narendra Modi’s suppression of dissent has brought India to its knees and tens of thousands of Indians to their deathbeds.

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McCarthy wants to be the next House speaker. That requires placating Republicans who hate Cheney and believe the election was stolen from Trump.

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