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August 18, 2016

How Trolls Are Ruining the Internet
They’re turning the web into a cesspool of aggression and violence. What watching them is doing to the rest of us may be even worse

The Hate That Rules Online

Post-Traumatic Marijuana: Some Military Veterans Are Embracing the Drug as Scientists Scramble to Study its Effects

Some military veterans are embracing the drug as scientists scramble to study its effects

Libya Turns the Tide: Militias Finally Take on ISIS in the Chaos of North Africa

Militias finally take on ISIS in the chaos of North Africa

Fantastic Four: A Quartet of Stars Made the Rio Olympics a Celebration

A quartet of stars made Rio a celebration

Why Older People Shouldn’t Vote-and Other Ideas Unpopular With My Parents

8 Questions With Joseph Stieglitz

The Nobel-winning economist’s provocative new book, The Euro, lays out why the European Union is mired in perpetual crisis

We Need a New Grand Bargain With Russia

Here’s a 4-point plan

Donald Trump’s New Team

After weeks of sliding poll numbers, the GOP presidential nominee shook up his struggling campaign for the second time in as many months.

Why More Americans Are Becoming Activists

This Just In

John McLaughlin

Pugilist of political punditry

Europe Lashes Out at Muslim Garb

July 2016, the Hottest Month Ever

Pop Chart

The Flat-Pack House

Elegy With a Side of Applesauce

Hillary Clinton Finds Her Zone of Caution and Control

Unpacking the Court: Is Eight Enough?

The Search for the Perfect Chair

Milestones

However You Say Tomato, ‘Tis the Season to Eat Them

Hell or High Water Floats on Craggy Jeff Bridges

Cracks In the Obamacare Crystal Ball

Quick Talk With Miles Teller

The actor, 29, stars in War Dogs, a comedic drama about two real-life stoners from Miami, David Packouz and Efraim Diveroli, who exploited a loophole in government contracting practices to become arms dealers in 2007.

Why Brexit Could Take Longer Than Expected

Raucous War Dogs Has Bark and Bite

Why Body-Cam Footage Stays Unseen

Werner Herzog Ponders the Poetry of the Internet

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