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Law "students confront a system in a crisis of legitimacy led by an extreme and arrogant court. Still, they must slog on... pretending that law is something different from politics, a higher realm of reason + rationality where the best arguments prevail." slate.com/news-and-polit…
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These rebels seem more like guerrilla warriors than an organized fighting force. slate.trib.al/KPfZf4O
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Dear Care and Feeding: I'm usually on the same page as these other parents. This time—I'm really not. slate.trib.al/oF2sxog
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I like the rom-com as a genre more than @jbryanlowder but this is a great piece on some of the movie’s incoherences (which is still fun, sexy and “totally worth seeing”!) slate.com/culture/2022/0…
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Dear Prudie: I used to be thankful that I only saw her occasionally. slate.trib.al/LydciSq
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The league and the Dolphins needed to aspire to a higher standard than just “following the protocol.” slate.trib.al/f3HZsH1
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On Slate’s parenting podcast: “When adults double down on talking about risks without anything else, it can leave teens feeling like they’re helpless because they’re not in as much control as those warnings assume.” slate.trib.al/1SyoRmn
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Dear Care and Feeding: My granddaughter is the kind of child who always demands more. It's so exhausting. slate.trib.al/wqmlNzr
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The attempted mutilation of an 8-year-old is a little over the line. slate.trib.al/yY3JHmB
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Ford and Carter also struggled with bad approval ratings. Here’s how they reacted. slate.trib.al/n6Iu57T
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what do we even have left to say about this court? for the beginning of this term, @mjs_DC talked to constitutional law professors about what THEY have to say about the fallout from last term. it is worth your time: slate.com/news-and-polit…
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“That’s what we are, as humans. Creatures that forget.” slate.trib.al/w1K3bvP
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A clear sign of just how much damage the court has done—and is about to do again. slate.trib.al/i103Gwm
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Dear Prudie: I used to be thankful that I only saw her occasionally. slate.trib.al/Nf6Bnsm
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Dear Care and Feeding: I'm usually on the same page as these other parents. This time—I'm really not. slate.trib.al/QGCwjKF
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Here's the piece @ben_mckenzie and I wrote about Kim K shilling EthereumMax last year. @jon_fischer slate.com/technology/202…
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Dear Care and Feeding: My granddaughter is the kind of child who always demands more. It's so exhausting. slate.trib.al/xl9ohzc
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The last few Supreme Court terms have wreaked havoc on law schools, upending syllabuses and forcing professors to confront the reality of a highly politicized and aggressive conservative majority. I spoke with a bunch of profs about the reckoning: slate.com/news-and-polit… @Slate
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great @mjs_DC on what it's like teaching con law in These Times slate.com/news-and-polit…
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Purple reigns in the Slate News Quiz. slate.trib.al/uQAFeMx
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The breathtaking exchange with Nadal is just one example of how the rivals transformed men’s tennis. slate.trib.al/izUKb1w
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In the 1980s, Joe Mauri vented about the ugliness of American inequality in a Soviet propaganda film. But whose side was he really on? The mystery of “The Man From Fifth Avenue,” on this week’s episode of One Year: 1986. slate.trib.al/ERF0giY
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Joe Mauri caught the world’s attention after appearing in a 1986 Soviet documentary about the ills of capitalism. But who was he really, and whose side was he on? slate.trib.al/4i4exSR
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Putin's latest moves are a risk calculation—not just about the war, but about his ability to continue to rule. slate.trib.al/GDSk584
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If Anthony Bourdain’s text messages became part of his estate when he died, does that mean that my text messages will become part of my estate when I die? slate.trib.al/EJW9Ia8
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The league and the Dolphins needed to aspire to a higher standard than just “following the protocol.” slate.trib.al/E7VhfrQ
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"It’s very strange when you’re the only one heading to the coast and the other side of the highway has bumper-to-bumper traffic." slate.trib.al/AvxZ4vR
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This is a disaster in terms of energy, geopolitics, and the environment. slate.trib.al/PwoLhmJ
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On Slate’s parenting podcast: “When adults double down on talking about risks without anything else, it can leave teens feeling like they’re helpless because they’re not in as much control as those warnings assume.” —Emily Weinstein slate.trib.al/E8ujIia
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Dear Care and Feeding: I'm usually on the same page as these other parents. This time—I'm really not. slate.trib.al/difsQJj
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Ford and Carter also struggled with bad approval ratings. Here’s how they reacted. slate.trib.al/YduQckd
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“That’s what we are, as humans. Creatures that forget.” slate.trib.al/oLEAVPd
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The final episode of One Year: 1986 is out now. You can binge the entire season, with stories about everything from the Challenger explosion to the mystery of Al Capone's vaults, here: slate.trib.al/9GAyQwi
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On the latest What Next: How Venezuela cratered its economy and sent millions of people to the U.S. border. slate.trib.al/5Xe3kV3
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On this week’s Amicus: The 2022 Supreme Court term is already one for the history books. slate.trib.al/4eZ8jLD
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What the latest protests are really about. slate.trib.al/gXB48iH
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On this week’s episode of Working, author and former poker player Annie Duke shares wisdom from her book Quitting: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away. slate.trib.al/4ddSXTy
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It’s understandable why people think it’s the time for the ERA but: It is not the time. slate.trib.al/f27V2Ey
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Rather than lifting itself up as “elevated horror,” Barbarian unearths treasures in the basement. slate.trib.al/RWJIEAx
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What makes a street "unsafe"? And why are cities and police OK with that? slate.trib.al/ph6coIe
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Elon Musk tweeted that longtermism "is a close match for my philosophy.” slate.trib.al/1pNOJ0T
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There are ways to enhance mealtime for your pup without spending money. slate.trib.al/asOIvup
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People are more than their online personalities. slate.trib.al/kNacwJy
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Where’s the surveillance? slate.trib.al/1QDqIEA
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At least high schools were contained. This cafeteria is something the whole world can see. slate.trib.al/XVNrjOb
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How did an ordinary American become a Soviet icon during the Cold War? Who was “The Man From Fifth Avenue,” really? Find out on this week’s episode of One Year: 1986. slate.trib.al/4xdSCTs
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The federal government really does have the power to forgive this debt! slate.trib.al/BGFQjG5
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