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Ford cannot afford to be seen as helping the Democrats. [Read More]
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I believe something happened to Christine Blasey Ford more than three decades ago. Six years before Brett Kavanaugh was a nominee for the Supreme Court,... [Read More]
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The case of Carlton Franklin seems newly relevant in light of the accusation against Kavanaugh. [Read More]
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The vagueness of Ford's story isn't proof that it didn't happen. If anything, the reverse: Liars tend to provide an excessive wealth of detail. But... [Read More]
I believe something happened to Christine Blasey Ford more than three decades ago. Six years before Brett Kavanaugh was a nominee for the Supreme Court,... [Read More]
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I believe something happened to Christine Blasey Ford more than three decades ago. Six years before Brett Kavanaugh was a nominee for the Supreme Court,... [Read More]
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Brett M. Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford could both be telling the truth... [Read More]
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When an athlete disputes a referee's call, it's usually a minor matter, mostly of interest to devoted fans. But when Serena Williams yelled at chair... [Read More]
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I keep being haunted by those conversations from the balmy days before Lehman fell. Because we were all certain then, too. [Read More]
Bias is evident, but only seems to be a problem when people are subjected to a ref who seems to be playing for the other... [Read More]
The Department of Education says there were 240 school shootings in 2015-16. NPR could only verify 11. What gives? [Read More]
Politics isn't about smart. It isn't even about tough. [Read More]
In the spring of 2006, I sat in a New York cafe with a banker who specialized in credit derivatives. He was explaining why the... [Read More]
Most of us are still quite sure that we're right about what good financial management looks like. [Read More]
Why do industries that especially pride themselves on their feminist cred seem so unusually prone to harassment scandals? [Read More]
Op-ed: Nike took at chance hiring controversial Colin Kaepernick and it looks like Americans are not eager to mix politics with their shopping. [Read More]
Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything. [Read More]
As ad copy for Nike, superimposed on a photo of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's face, it's apparently more electric. [Read More]
Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything. As an exhortation, it's banal, the sort of thing a kindly granddad imparts toward the end... [Read More]
Nike's new Kaepernick ad campaign may not be popular, but not for the reason you'd expect. [Read More]
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