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Politics

What Black Voters Won

Alabama is proof that they can deliver elections for Democrats—but only if the party delivers for them.

House and Senate Conference Committee Stages a Hearing to Discuss the Tax Deal ... After It Passes

Why the White House Is Withdrawing the Nominations of Its Two Worst Judicial Picks

Why the Internet Turned Against a Bullied Kid

We’re Watching This Odd Asteroid, and It Might Be Watching Us

Jurisprudence

What I Never Said About Kozinski

I witnessed the judge’s sexually charged behavior for 20 years. He made me feel like a victim and an accomplice.

15 Going on 24

Hollywood warps
our concept of childhood
when it casts sexy adults
to play teenagers on TV.

How Judge Alex Kozinski Made Us All Victims and Accomplices

The Adult Bodies Playing Teens on TV

This Congressman Wins the Prize for the Most Odious Attack on Bob Mueller

Roy Moore’s Loss Should Shock the GOP Into Changing Its Ways. It Won’t.

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