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Crime

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.

Why Americans Have Become More Open-Minded on Gay Marriage but Not on Abortion

Greece Is About to Do Something No Developed Country Has Ever Done

There’s Something Very Surprising About This Glass of Water

The Outbreak of Wildfires in Alaska Is Off the Charts. So Here’s a Map.

Jurisprudence

With Justices Like These ...

Breyer and Ginsburg sided against the Obama administration more than the other justices this term.

Dispatches

Paradise on the Brink

On the Greek island of Agistri, the only ATM is empty, but everything is “No problem, no problem.”

Clarence Thomas Sided With the Obama Administration More Than Ruth Bader Ginsburg Did

What It’s Like Vacationing on a Greek Island During the Debt Crisis. (There’s One ATM. It’s Empty.)

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

Google Scrambles After Software IDs Photo of Two Black People as “Gorillas”

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