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  • A Crisis—but Not of Faith

    Catholics must not let scandals in the Church overshadow their trust in Christian teaching.

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  • A Half Century of ‘Liberal Media Bias’

    The chaos at the 1968 Democratic convention changed American politics—and spurred a conservative backlash against the press that is still with us today.

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  • When Digital Platforms Become Censors

    Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other tech giants say that they’re open forums. What happens when they start to shut down voices they consider beyond the pale?

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  • You See Less Than You Think

    Our seemingly detailed view of the world is more of an ever-changing sketch than a rich portrait—our minds fill in the blanks.

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  • Summertime, and the Music Is Easy

    Today, the songs of the summer are usually lighthearted party anthems. But history shows that they can go beyond ‘auditory cheesecake.’

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  • Resigned to Endless War

    Now four decades into the struggle against Islamic extremism, the U.S. has stopped looking for an exit from the Middle East

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