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Politics

There Is No Horse Race

It’s Clinton by a mile, with Trump praying for black swans.

Researchers Might Start Injecting Americans With Zika. Not a Bad Idea!

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“You’re Fired” Doesn’t Translate Into Finnish

And other findings of scholarly research into The Apprentice.

Hard Ciders Are Not Supposed Be Fizzy and Sweet

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“Undercover” Voters May Exist

But they won’t save Donald Trump.

Jurisprudence

How to Defeat Calhoun

The legal strategy for forcing Yale to change the name of its racist-honoring residential college.

“Undercover” Voters May Exist, but They Won’t Save Donald Trump

The Legal Strategy for Forcing Yale to Change the Name of Its Racist-Honoring Residential College

Do Kids Face More Risks Than Before, or Are We Just More Scared for Them? A New Study Offers Clues.

It’s Back: The Absurd Advice That Female Job Candidates Should Hide Their Engagement Rings

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