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The Slate Gist
All ApologiesI've just offended Jews, Catholics, women, Arab-Americans, and the entire gay and lesbian community. Who should I call?
The Arab Powder KegAn animated map of protests in the Middle East as they spread from country to country, updated with the most recent events.
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Awkward Presidential EncountersThe strangest and most uncomfortable meetings in White House history. Reagan and Michael Jackson?
Best Interns EverWe asked you to tell us about some memorable interns. Here are the results.
Greece in Crisis Photos from a nation struggling with closed banks, empty ATMs, rumors and uncertainty
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The XX Factor
The Latest Battle for Religious Women: Quran Recitation Apps That Don’t Include Female Voices
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