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Politics

Uber Isn’t the Problem

It’s not the company’s fault that driving a car—and coughing up steep commissions—is an attractive option for so many Americans.

Twitter Banished One of the Web’s Biggest Right-Wing Trolls. It Overreacted.

Even the Producers of The Bachelor Have Stopped Believing in Its Charade of Decency

The Brilliant Legal Strategy Behind the FIFA Bust

Is Your Sexual History As Impressive As You Think?

Tell us how many people you’ve slept with. We’ll tell you if that’s a lot.

Jurisprudence

The Liars Finally Get Caught

A judge yanks the entire Orange County prosecutors’ office from a murder case because of a brazen scheme to manipulate evidence.

Family

I Didn’t Like My Son’s Name

So I changed it.

California Prosecutors and Police Engaged in Massive Misconduct—and Finally Got Caught

I Hated My Baby's Name So Much I Called Him “the Baby.” So I Changed It.

Ayn Rand Didn't Inspire the Themes of Tomorrowland and The Incredibles. Walt Disney Did.

Halt and Catch Fire Has Become a Much Different Show This Season—and a Better One

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