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The Ferguson Effect

Chief Justice Roberts rules against police abuse at the Supreme Court. Maybe he finally gets it.

A Prostitution Scandal and Legal Weed Were All It Took to Make the DEA Head Resign

You Don’t Need Advanced Science to Resist Food Fads—Just a Bit of Logic

I Live in the Same Community as the “Free- Range Kids”

It’s not a den of snitches and helicopter parents.

Why Volcanoes Cause Lightning

Dispatches

Tsarnaev’s Smirk

The Boston bomber’s fate could rest on his defiant expressions and lack of remorse.

Television

The Female Gaze

How Amy Schumer flips the script on real-life gender dynamics.

The Case for Executing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Includes a Photo of Him Flipping the Bird

How Amy Schumer Flips the Script on Real-Life Gender Dynamics

“Would You Attend a Gay Wedding?” Four Bad GOP Answers and One Good One.

Teachers and School Board Members Conspire to Teach Creationism in Louisiana Public Schools

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