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Dahvi Waller doesn't think she made Phyllis Schlafly a sympathetic character. [Read More]
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The miniseries ends with an unlikely homage. [Read More]
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Was Phyllis Schlafly really on Reagan's shortlist? Did she really meet a young Roger Stone? We break it down. [Read More]
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When I moved to a white neighborhood, my life became a series of incidents like the one in Central Park. [Read More]
Caution is smart, but so is a willingness to be wrong. [Read More]
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Author Meredith Talusan on why she resisted pressure to politicize her life in her new book, Fairest. [Read More]
Zach Bitter ran 100 miles in just more than 12 hours. [Read More]
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Florida's voting restrictions are so Kafkaesque they're unconstitutional. [Read More]
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The U.N. special rapporteur on freedom of expression explains why well-intentioned social media regulation can backfire. [Read More]
"School doesn't come easily to her. Should I help her?" [Read More]
She claims she would never say these things. [Read More]
Biden is the only non-Trump presidential candidate, and masks are the only way to go out without spreading a virus, so it's fortunate that they... [Read More]
From an American perspective, it's hard to understand why this is a big deal. That, in itself, is telling. [Read More]
Slack has two similar versions of a basic smiley. Why is one so haunting? [Read More]
The pandemic has changed how we think about the ability to move. [Read More]
"My request is simple: Please delete these tweets." [Read More]
Slate's weekly puzzle to save democracy. [Read More]
The origin of isolation in the coronavirus age. [Read More]
The new movie, coming to Amazon, finds thrilling new ways to tell an old story. [Read More]
"I'm going to tell them there's an African-American man threatening my life," the woman said. [Read More]
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