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A defense attorney uncovers a brazen scheme to manipulate evidence, and prosecutors and police finally get caught.

Dennis Hastert Indicted, Allegedly Paid Someone $3.5 Million to “Conceal Prior Misconduct”

The NYT’s Summer Reading List—All Books by White Writers—Is Not Very Good. Read These Instead.

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

Donald Trump Just Pulled the Same Political Trick He Has for the Past 28 Years

It’ll probably work.

Jurisprudence

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A trove of stories and drawings reveals what it was like to grow up in rural 19th-century America.

The Brilliant Legal Strategy Behind the FIFA Bust

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