As DNA test results are shared publicly, they become a tool for talking about race, often in ways that obscure its realities.
Despite a glut of glitches and questions bordering on the ridiculous, the game taps into our universal feeling of being aggrieved.
New podcasts hosted by lawmakers put them in a quasi-journalistic role. They do not fare well.
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