As we celebrate the end of slavery in the U.S., the Supreme Court gave it a pass in West Africa. Once again, Nestlé and Cargill get off the hook for allegedly aiding and abetting child slave labor.
In which your faithful reporter pays tribute to Jan Morris, even if he is not her.
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On the one year anniversary of a defamation suit designed to shut up a reporter and survivors, the fight intensifies.
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In her brilliant new book, "The Sum of Us," a Black social scientist demonstrates how some whites have been suckered into thinking so, and proves they …
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She "nobly saved the crew" and showed English girls that they too could be heroes.
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Things you may have missed but are glad to know about. This week: The Weinstein case goes back to Hollywood; the future of sperm may still be in doubt;…
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The Languedoc, really, where the novelist spent the last quarter century of his life in a house in Sommieres. Your faithful reporter paid a visit, and …
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Here are 58 references to the lab-leak controversy, representing all points of view. Included, some real science.
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