Sri Lankan Official Says Bombings Are Retaliation For New Zealand Massacre
Two Islamist groups have been blamed for the attacks. The government is facing criticism for failing to prevent the attacks — or even alert possible targets — despite getting advanced intelligence.
SCOTUS And The Census: Taking Up The Citizenship Question
The Supreme Court will review a challenge to the citizenship question on the U.S. census. We look ahead to what's at stake.
These Creatives Work Together With Algorithms And Robots To Make Their Art
Art and artificial intelligence. How humans and machines are collaborating on paintings, music compositions and more.
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White Supremacy Is Metastasizing — In Video Games
High-tech hate has teamed up with a resurgence of old-fashioned and violent bigotry, writes Rich Barlow.
Visit Auschwitz For The Questions That Follow You Home
The horrors of the camp build up inside you until your soul becomes as toxically saturated as a seabird gasping...
Watching 'Game Of Thrones': The Perils Of Self-Betterment
There's something wildly uncharacteristic about how nice everyone has become, how eager to connect, how sentimental, writes Joanna Weiss.
Presidential Power And The Obligations Of Faithfulness
In our system where presidential powers are vague and evolving, norms provide a pivotal set of constraints to presidential...
Ah, To Be Old, Male And Single | With Natasha Lyonne
When it comes to dating, Amy Cohen says this: "We all need to be reincarnated as an older Jewish man with an apartment on the Upper East Side.” Natasha Lyonne...
Comfort, If Not A Cure | With Nazanin Boniadi
How much can you give of yourself before it’s too much? And what do you do when you reach your limit? Nazanin Boniadi ("Hotel Mumbai") reads Tara Ebrahimi's essay.