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America Needs Anthony Kennedy to Stay Put

Republicans are practically begging him retire. The justice himself knows exactly why he shouldn’t.

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David Grann Drills Into History

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Laura Kipnis’ lively, thrilling, maddening crusade against PC overreach in campus sexual politics.

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