Randy Cohen

Randy Cohen used to write Slate's "News Quiz." His most recent book—oh, like you don't know.

Low Concept
March 18 2002 2:15 PMUnasked Yet AnsweredThe 10 best questions never asked of "The Ethicist."
News Quiz
Nov. 4 2000 12:00 AMNo. 499: "Mistakes, I've Made a Few, but Then Again, Too Few To Mention …"
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Oct. 31 2000 3:00 AMNo. 497: "Does Paper Work?"
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Oct. 26 2000 3:00 AMNo. 495: "And the Portions Are So Small"
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Oct. 23 2000 11:30 PMNo. 493A: "Poll Vault"
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Oct. 19 2000 3:00 AMNo. 492: "Mountain Pique"
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Oct. 14 2000 12:00 AMNo 490: "Defiance"
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Oct. 10 2000 3:00 AMNo. 488: "Histortainment"
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Oct. 5 2000 3:00 AMNo. 486: "Zanan-o-Gram"
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Sept. 30 2000 12:00 AMNo. 484: "Science Is Golden"
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Sept. 26 2000 3:00 AMNo. 482: "Quién No Pertenece?"
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Sept. 21 2000 3:00 AMNo. 480: "Up a Laser River"
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Sept. 16 2000 12:00 AMNo. 478: "Shoppers Special"
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Sept. 12 2000 3:00 AMNo. 476: "Call Me Unacceptable"
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Sept. 7 2000 3:00 AMNo. 474: "Two, Four, Six, Eight …"
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Nov. 7 2000 3:00 AMNo. 500: "End of an Error"
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Nov. 2 2000 3:00 AMNo. 498: "Double Up"
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Oct. 28 2000 12:00 AMNo. 496: "3 1/2"
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Oct. 25 2000 3:00 AMNo. 494: "Get Carter?"
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Oct. 21 2000 12:00 AMNo. 493: "Opposites (and Topless Showgirls) Attract"
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Oct. 17 2000 3:00 AMNo. 491: "Majorer"
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Oct. 12 2000 3:00 AMNo 489: "I Just Want To Say One Word to You … Just One Word"
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Oct. 7 2000 12:00 AMNo. 487: "Some Shun Fashion"
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Oct. 3 2000 3:00 AMNo. 485: "Anglo File"
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Sept. 28 2000 3:00 AMNo. 483: "Hot Spots"
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Sept. 23 2000 12:00 AMNo. 481: "Count on It"
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Sept. 19 2000 3:00 AMNo. 479: "Talking Turkey"
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Sept. 14 2000 3:00 AMNo. 477: "Game Boy"
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Sept. 9 2000 12:00 AMNo. 475: "Eurekaaaaaahhhhh …"
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Sept. 1 2000 3:00 AMNo. 473: "Motion Slickness"

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  Technology
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