September 14 Issue

Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh

Will Brett Kavanaugh Answer the Supreme Question?

Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings will ignore the power grab that has turned the court into our government’s most dangerous branch. But all the senators have to do is ask about one case—and it's not Roe v. Wade.
In Focus


Le Pont-de-Beauvoisin, France—White balloons float skyward on August 27 after being released at the end of a march paying tribute to Maëlys de Araujo, an 8-year-old French schoolgirl abducted at a wedding and murdered a year earlier. Maëlys’s body was found in February, six months after she went missing; that month, Nordahl Lelandais, a former soldier, admitted to the murder.
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New World

TMS to Treat ADHD May Be Too Controversial

TMS, or transcranial magnetic stimulation, has not been scientifically proved, but the technique has helped ADHD patients. Should doctors sacrifice their ethics if they believe it works?
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What Is Caravan Paranoia?

"These keyboard commandos, these Walmart warriors, they go down to Cabela’s and buy all these s****y looking goods—stuff to make ‘em look good in the mirror," Robert Crooks, who leads militia group the Mountain Minutemen, said.