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Jurisprudence

Sotomayor May Have Saved Obamacare

How she backed Kennedy and Roberts into a corner.

Syracuse Basketball Coach Suspended for Being a Giant Hypocrite

Is Common Core Really Teaching Children to Be Moral Monsters?

Why Scandal’s Ferguson-Themed Episode Was So Frustrating

The Eye

Why Do We Love Paris but Hate Frankfurt?

A Swiss author’s six qualities of beautiful cities.

Faith-based

How Sex Trafficking Became a Christian Cause Célèbre

Evangelicals made it less feminist and more mainstream.

Why Do We Love Paris but Hate Frankfurt? A Swiss Author’s Six Qualities of Beautiful Cities.

How Evangelicals Took Sex Trafficking From Feminists and Made It a Christian Cause Célèbre

At a Crucial Moment, Microsoft Again Stands Back While Google and Apple Lead the Way

America Is Creating Plenty of Jobs. Why Are Workers Getting Such Lousy Raises?

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