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The Atlantic This Week: Building the Wall

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Fact-checking Sean Spicer, the Women’s March on Washington, and more.
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Is NAFTA Over?

The presidents of Mexico and the United States are negotiating their new economic relationship in an oddly public way.

Alexia Fernández Campbell

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The Coldhearted Folly of Trump's Proposed Immigration Order

The countries likely affected are not those whose nationals have actually perpetrated the most ghastly attacks on Western targets.

Graeme Wood

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How Trump’s Executive Orders Could Set America Back 70 Years

The president is taking the United States back to the nightmares of the world before the Second World War: closed borders, limited trade, and a go-it-alone national race to the bottom.

Jeremi Suri

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How Pink 'Pussyhats' Took Over the Women's March

A short film about one woman's DIY idea that became a global phenomenon

Leah Varjacques and Erica Moriarty

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Professor Smith Goes to Washington

In response to the new president’s stances on a range of issues, more scientists are preparing to run for political office.

Ed Yong

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is interviewed at the headquarters of RT in Moscow.

Kremlin-Sponsored News Does Really Well on Google

Should technology companies treat state-funded outlets like RT the same way as they treat The New York Times?

Kaveh Waddell

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'All of This Space Was Full': A Photographic Fact Check

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s assertion that the National Mall was "full when the president took the Oath of Office" is demonstrably false.

Alan Taylor

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'Even a Shining City on a Hill Needs Walls': Senator Tom Cotton

A Republican hawk acclimates to the Trump presidency—and threatens to reconsider the One China policy.

Jeffrey Goldberg

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Is the Bar Too Low for Special Education?

The Supreme Court is poised to decide the quality of instruction public schools must provide students with disabilities—a question that could get even thornier under the Trump administration.

Laura McKenna

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The Folly of 'Purity Politics'

A new book argues for the value of owning up to your imperfections.

Julie Beck

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In Defense of Facts

A new history of the essay gets the genre all wrong, and in the process endorses a misleading idea of knowledge.

William Deresiewicz

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Your Stories of Infertility

Readers share their struggles and successes with conceiving kids.

Chris Bodenner

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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore

The television icon who helped redefine the sitcom, both in front of and behind the camera on her eponymous show, died at age 80.

David Sims

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