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  • Lessons DC Can Learn From Aquaman’s Billion-Dollar Success

    Aquaman has swum its way into a rarefied body of water, crossing the billion-dollar mark in worldwide box-office tallies over the weekend. Since arriving on screens in late December, the James Wan–directed comic-book adaptation has hauled in $287.8 million domestically and a robust $733.6 million overseas to become the first
  • Five Lessons the U.S. Can Learn from Europe About Stopping Child Marriages

    While the issue of child marriages has come to prominence in Europe since the 2015 migrant crisis, it has recently made headlines in the U.S. after the Associated Press uncovered more than 8,000 cases of the American immigration system being used to attempt to facilitate marriages between adults and children.

  • Here’s what the Dolphins can learn from the NFL’s final four on how — and why — they win

    As the Miami Dolphins hire a new head coach and plot anew the arduous path from mediocrity back to relevance, the blueprint is right in front of them in the NFL’s last four teams standing. Defense no longer wins championships. Big offense does.

  • He learned the hard way not to underestimate Trevor Lawrence

    SAN JOSE, Calif. — Miller Forristall had heard the hype. But he figured it was just talk. He had waited his turn. He was a junior. He wasn’t going to lose his job to a freshman. Then Trevor Lawrence showed up for a workout at Cartersville (Ga.) High School. “I just looked around and I

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