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Author Interviews

Rainn Wilson urges a spiritual revolution in his new book 'Soul Boom'

In his book Soul Boom: Why We Need a Spiritual Revolution, Rainn Wilson, three-time Emmy nominee for his role in The Office, says the U.S. needs an awakening.

Politics

Morning news brief

10 min

Morning news brief

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Tucker Carlson speaking at an event in Hollywood, Fla., in 2022. Carlson was ousted from Fox News on Monday. One of his legacies as a host will be mainstreaming conspiracy theories into politics and media. Jason Koerner/Getty Images hide caption

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Untangling Disinformation

How Tucker Carlson took fringe conspiracy theories to a mass audience

3 min

How Tucker Carlson took fringe conspiracy theories to a mass audience

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Business

When your boss is an algorithm

4 min

When your boss is an algorithm

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Author Interviews

Rainn Wilson urges a spiritual revolution in his new book 'Soul Boom'

7 min

Rainn Wilson urges a spiritual revolution in his new book 'Soul Boom'

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Former President Donald Trump faces a lawsuit from E. Jean Carroll, an advice columnist who says he raped her in a department store in the mid-1990s. Trump denies the allegations. Scott Olson/Getty Images; Alec Tabak/New York Daily News/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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National

5 things to know as E. Jean Carroll's civil trial begins against Donald Trump

3 min

5 things to know as E. Jean Carroll's civil trial begins against Donald Trump

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A man walks by a house hit in fighting in Khartoum, Sudan, on Tuesday. Marwan Ali/AP hide caption

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Warring factions in Sudan have agreed to a temporary truce

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House Republicans hope their debt limit bill will get Biden to the negotiating table

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