OPINION

INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS DESPERATE TO KEEP THEIR TOYS

SHANE BOOTHBY / May 5. 2016

The arguments of the Director of National Intelligence are part of a concerted campaign to further soften up privacy of communications, expand surveillance powers and harden borders against the victims of terror.

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OPINION

ON LESSER EVILS

ZACHARY GALLANT / May 2. 2016

Our political leaders have been pushing us for generations to choose the lesser evil over the good in order to defeat the greater evil. This compromise has failed, and it's worth wondering if we even remember what the good looks like anymore.

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CULTURE

BOATY MCBOATFACE: A EULOGY

LAWRENCE RICHARDS / April 26. 2016

In loving memory of a British hero

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INVESTIGATION

FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES

LAWRENCE RICHARDS / April 23. 2016

British banking giant HSBC is about to be investigated after being implicated in the Panama Papers, but there are growing concerns that the Financial Conduct Authority isn't sufficiently independent from HSBC to act impartially.

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CULTURE

WHERE ARE ALL THE SUPERHEROES?

BEN GREENHALGH / April 20. 2016

With so much evil in the world that we feel powerless to act against, we first have to reevaluate what our definition of evil is in order for us to tackle it. I interviewed a real life superhero to find out who his villains are.

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EXTRA

A #REFUGEESWELCOME HAGGADAH SUPPLEMENT

ZACHARY GALLANT / April 18. 2016

Remembering Passover's Refugee Roots

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CULTURE

GAMING, MENTAL HEALTH AND SEEING THE FUTURE

DEAN AYOTTE / April 16. 2016

Videogames are often undervalued as cultural objects for their escapism, maligned as a hiding place for the lazy. But for sufferers of mental illness, they can not only provide solace at the worst of times but, like the best speculative fiction, suggest future political possibility.

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OPINION

WE NEED TO BE READY FOR THE NEXT REVOLUTION

ALLAN GROGAN / April 13. 2016

Challenging austerity is urgent, but the Left won't survive the bigger battle over technology and jobs if it doesn't start agitating for a basic income now.

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OPINION

ALL IN THIS TOGETHER

LAWRENCE RICHARDS / April 11. 2016

The scandal of HMRC being run by someone who helped David Cameron’s father profit offshore doesn’t implicate the Prime Minister alone, but the entire Conservative Party.

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