Jay Dixit

Jay Dixit is a writer in New York. He has written for the New York Times and Rolling Stone.

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April 24 2006 5:14 AMCIA uses lie detectors to enforce secrecy.
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Feb. 20 2006 5:18 AMFreeze Radicals
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Jan. 26 2006 4:10 PMScreen TestWhy we should start measuring bias.
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Jan. 2 2006 5:24 AMReconstruction Taper
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Nov. 21 2005 6:56 AMThe China Monologues
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Oct. 22 2005 5:27 AMDamascusgate
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Oct. 4 2005 5:48 AMBush League
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Sept. 5 2005 7:03 AMAppoint Blank
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Aug. 14 2005 5:06 AMUnreality Checked
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July 9 2005 6:05 AMNotes from the Underground
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June 4 2005 6:19 AMStop Gun
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May 7 2005 4:30 AMOffice Pace
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April 25 2005 12:25 PMMass and Commander
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March 19 2005 5:51 AMLast Rights
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Feb. 19 2005 6:51 AMCOX-2: The Return
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March 27 2006 5:33 AMExperts fear that bird flu spread can't be stopped.
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Feb. 6 2006 5:29 AMFire From the Madding Crowd
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Jan. 23 2006 5:11 AMThree To Tangle
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Dec. 19 2005 6:42 AMOperation Candor
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Nov. 7 2005 5:58 AMRioting Shotgun
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Oct. 5 2005 5:00 AMDefense of Secretary
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Sept. 19 2005 5:23 AMAtomic Relief
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Aug. 15 2005 5:12 AMWithdrawal Effects
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Aug. 1 2005 6:30 AMSpace Jam
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July 4 2005 6:13 AMA Question of Justices
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May 21 2005 4:57 AMVeto Position
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April 30 2005 2:49 PMCabinet Pressure
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April 25 2005 5:54 AMMass and Commander
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March 14 2005 7:10 AMWord of Mouse
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Feb. 13 2005 8:49 AMRecon Air

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Oct. 23 2014 1:34 PM Leave Me Be Beneath a Tree: Trunyan Cemetery in Bali
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Oct. 23 2014 11:33 AM Watch Little Princesses Curse for the Feminist Cause
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Working
Oct. 23 2014 11:28 AM Slate’s Working Podcast: Episode 2 Transcript Read what David Plotz asked Dr. Meri Kolbrener about her workday.
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Oct. 23 2014 3:23 PM This Is What Bette Midler Covering TLC’s “Waterfalls” Sounds Like
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Oct. 23 2014 11:45 AM The United States of Reddit  How social media is redrawing our borders. 
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Oct. 23 2014 7:30 AM Our Solar System and Galaxy … Seen by an Astronaut
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