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The Evolution of Chris Christie He was once the establishment candidate. Now he’ll be whatever it takes to stay in the race.
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This Drug for Binge-Eating Disorder May Be Shady. That Doesn’t Mean the Disease Isn't Real.
Why It’s Slatesters, not Slate-sters Overheard on email: Slate’s copy desk rounds up its February style and grammar rulings.