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"I have donated my likeness to Muslim science. Do whatever you want with it. Pick me apart," Ramy Youssef says. [Read More]
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A racist Miami police chief's commitment to the "tough" policing of black neighborhoods in the late '60s caused a nightmare of violence. [Read More]
Who can we look to once the smoke clears? [Read More]
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Faced with no good options, Twitter made some very good decisions this week. [Read More]
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One top cop in the city said of the Target-funded surveillance program, "We absolutely own the streets." [Read More]
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The president ignored the crisis in Minnesota in favor of ineffectual rambling. [Read More]
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After four days of dragging his feet, the Hennepin County attorney has filed murder charges against officer Derek Chauvin. [Read More]
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The enormous, bipartisan popularity for a long-accepted and convenient method of voting was apparent in 2018 in Michigan. [Read More]
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With the battle over PrEP on the menu, could we really break bread together? [Read More]
By labeling Trump's tweets false or dangerous, Twitter is engaging in core First Amendment expression. [Read More]
Don't take him literally or seriously, they smirk. [Read More]
This is a great PR day for China, Russia, and Iran. [Read More]
The presidential challenger talks about his conversation with George Floyd's family. [Read More]
Beyond their deeply troubling moral messaging, there are two key legal issues associated with these remarkable tweets. [Read More]
New data show that the relief effort worked—but we bungled the public health part. [Read More]
The third-act revelation turns the music-biz dramedy into a full-on soap opera. [Read More]
Eye's always on the ball with this guy. [Read More]
The Senate version of the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act expands the role of amici curiae who can help protect the rights of those under surveillance. [Read More]
A charged time for a season of rebellion. [Read More]
An interview with Blaine Cook, who worked for Twitter from 2006-2008, on how the platform should have approached content moderation. [Read More]
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