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Behind the Scenes
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Hillary Clinton’s Bold Move By embracing police and prison reform, she’s changed the terms of the criminal justice debate. Will any Republicans follow her lead?
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Why Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook Really, Really Want to Get Into the News Business
The XX Factor
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The “How Does a Stand-Up Comedian Work?” Bonus Segment Watch Brooke Van Poppelen perform at Brooklyn’s Bell House and read a transcript of her interview with Slate’s Working podcast.
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Talent Trumps Principle Jameis Winston’s disturbing history will soon be a distant memory for the NFL.