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The Atlantic - Reddit Is Done Pretending The Donald Is Fine

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Shutterstock; Paul Spella / The Atlantic -- Twitter's Least-Bad Option for Dealing With Donald Trump

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Artist Vaska / VectorPixelStar / Shutterstock / Katie ... -- The Boom in Fireworks Conspiracy Theories

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Kate Sterlin -- Do Protests Even Work?

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Roman Zaika / Alamy; Paul Spella / The ... -- My Little Pony Fans Are Ready to Admit They Have a Nazi Problem

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Celina Pereira -- Revenge of the Suburbs

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The Atlantic -- Reddit Is Finally Facing Its Legacy of Racism

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Pablo Delcan -- What Big Tech Wants Out of the Pandemic

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The Atlantic -- The Silence of the Never Facebookers

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Frankie Schembri -- It Was Supposed to Detect Fraud. It Wrongfully Accused Thousands Instead.

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Shutterstock / The Atlantic -- Why K-pop Fans Are No Longer Posting About K-pop

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Shutterstock / The Atlantic -- The Facebook Groups Where People Pretend the Pandemic Isn't Happening

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Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty -- Trump Is Doing All of This for Zuckerberg

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Shutterstock / The Atlantic -- This Social-Media Mob Was Good

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The Atlantic -- Pandemic Organizers Are Co-opting Productivity Software

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Shutterstock / Paul Spella / The Atlantic -- The Secret Lives of Perfect Social Distancers

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Something in the Air

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Dale De La Rey / Getty -- How Hong Kong Did It

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Simoul Alva -- It's Cool to Look Terrifying on Pandemic Instagram

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Shutterstock / The Atlantic -- How 'Karen' Became a Coronavirus Villain

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Guillem Casasús Xercavins / Quanta -- The Easy Questions That Stump Computers

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