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The Hillary Haters

Few figures in American political life have inspired such deep and decades-long contempt. But why?

What WikiLeaks Might Have Meant by That Anti-Semitic Tweet It Deleted

Trump Pulls Ahead of Clinton in Several Polls

Who Wore the “Make America Great Again” Hat the Best?

More Evidence That Dinosaurs Were Done in by a Pair of Catastrophes


Does “Peer Review” Mean Anything?

How journalists should treat unpublished research like Roland Fryer’s police-shootings analysis.

Medical Examiner

The Vaccination Double Standard

Anti-vaxxers are typically white, affluent parents—which is why they get away with endangering their children.

Does It Matter That Roland Fryer’s Research on Racial Bias in Policing Wasn’t Peer-Reviewed?

We Can’t Convince Anti-Vaxxers of Science. We Need to Mandate Vaccination.

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In This New Novel, the Glamorous Lifestyle of “Sarong Party Girls” Comes With a Price

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