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He Killed Her Daughter. She Forgave Him.

Linda White believes in a form of justice that privileges atonement over punishment. She practices what she preaches.

SCOTUS Might Destroy Affirmative Action Because a White Woman’s Grades Weren’t Good Enough

Don’t Worry About the Court’s Ruling Against the EPA. Coal’s Days Are Numbered Anyway.

The Problem With All Those Studies Saying Coffee Is Good for Your Health

Buying Food in Bulk Makes You Waste Food

Moneybox

Worked to Death

The government is supposed to protect industrial workers from fatal substances. It’s barely updated its regulations in 40 years.

Doublex

“Nine Pounds of Uncooperative Flop”

What it’s like to work out with a bunch of babies.

Toxic Substances Rip Up Lungs and Inflict Cancer. And Our System for Protecting Workers Is Tragically Broken.

What I Learned From Working Out With a Bunch of Babies

The Dig at Bush v. Gore Hidden in Ginsburg’s Arizona Redistricting Opinion

How the 1942 Case of a Chicken Thief Laid the Foundation for Marriage Equality

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