Can parenting classes help end America’s disgraceful child-abuse epidemic? The woman was young and thin, with shiny long hair and a European accent. Sitting in a parenting class at the San Francisco Child
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Nothing informed the writer’s work so much as his abiding fascination with mortality and menace. Maurice Sendak had always been obsessed with death. He drew through his obsession, used it. He drew lions
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International breakfast circles were roiled, as the Times might write, by the news last week that Tesco, the British supermarket chain, had decided to stop selling croissants that are shaped like croissants.
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A philosopher explains how feelings influence right and wrong. Daily life is peppered with moral decisions. Some are so automatic that they fail to register—like holding the door for a mother struggling
The U.S. Supreme Court rules that those serving mandatory life sentences without the possibility of parole for crimes they committed while under age deserve the chance to prove they’ve changed. The U.S.
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