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There’s no evidence that the HPV vaccine causes serious harm, but an investigation shows the trials weren’t designed to properly assess safety.

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

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He Made Us All Victims and Accomplices

For 20 years, I’ve felt it was too early to speak up about Judge Alex Kozinski. Now I fear it’s too late.

Net Neutrality Is Finished. Now What?

Maybe Doug Jones Should Run for President. Hear Me Out.

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Dec. 14 2017 6:19 PM Can You Use This Data Set to Find Serial Killers? The New Yorker’s recent piece on the Murder Accountability Project was fascinating. It also led us to look closely at the data it uses—and we have some advice for would-be serial killer detectors.