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The paper had a problem: it needed a blogger to cover conservatives. It wound up with a bigger problem.
“Captured in Somalia in 2003, Suleiman Abdallah was one of the ‘disappeared’ prisoners of the ‘war on terror.’ When I finally found him years later, he was a broken man.”
If GOP lawmakers get their way, voting will become much more difficult in the Sunshine State.
The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, but in other recent decisions has also guaranteed that corporations will have even more power to shape public debate about the issue.
Contrary to many claims, the Supreme Court did not uphold the “show me your papers” provision of SB-1070—the decision is a near-complete victory for immigrants’ rights.
Why did the Court limit its ruling to cases with mandatory sentences, instead of banning juvenile life without parole altogether?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would grant enormous new powers to corporations, is a massive assault on democracy.
When collecting works of avant-garde art, Albert Barnes and Leo and Gertrude Stein seemed even madder than its makers.
In the secret history of property law, property rests on the authority of the state.
Robert Pinsky’s Selected Poems shows that being popular doesn't entail being predictable.
On Christa Wolf, Katha Pollitt and “a stitch in nine.”
Don’t miss Kosman and Picciotto’s crossword blog, Word Salad.