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William Falk

William Falk is editor-in-chief of The Week, and has held that role since the magazine's first issue in 2001. He has previously been a reporter, columnist, and editor at the Gannett Westchester Newspapers and at Newsday, where he was part of two reporting teams that won Pulitzer Prizes. 

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The Supreme Court's two tribes

Tech

When a bot takes your job

World

Putin's 'Russian exceptionalism'

Business

The real cause of income inequality

Health

The reason you're so forgetful

Science

Why climate change is inevitable

Lifestyle

The universal lesson of Restaurant Impossible

Lifestyle

The universal lesson of Restaurant Impossible

World

Our brothers' keepers

World

The alternative to negotiation

Sports

Why the NFL should worry

Tech

Servants of our tools

News+Opinion
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Hurricane Sandy: A letter from The Week's editor

Cartoons
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An all-purpose apology

News+Opinion
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When the bill comes due

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Judgment on high

U.S.
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The right of revolution

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Life finds a way

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What the internet knows

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Where are the grownups?

Politics
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A campaign cacophony

News+Opinion
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A collision of values

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