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Can Bernie Sanders change politics for good?

Maaaybe a wild-haired socialist from Vermont won’t win the presidency. But Bernie Sanders’ run just might change politics forever.

The Surprisingly Cheap Way to Fix Homelessness

More and more cities are finding that giving the homeless a place to live saves millions. Can common sense scale?

Are You Racist?

Science is beginning to unmask the bigot inside your brain.

The Making of the Warrior Cop

Drones, sniper rifles, armored vehicles, and a billion-dollar credit line: 72 hours with the nation’s top SWAT teams.