Monthly Archives: October 2017

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Should your readers have access to all your old stories (at least when there's no evidence that they're inaccurate) -- or should you sometimes delete the stories (or perhaps remove the names) when enough time has passed after the crime, and the criminal seems to have reformed?

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Public universities may set higher fees for talks that draw an audience of mostly outsiders, rather than students -- but they have to apply such requirements in a way that's viewpoint-neutral, clearly defined and evenhanded.

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A prominent liberal academic asks whether facts matter in the National Book Awards.

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The danger of political misinformation online arises less from the nature of the internet than from the way we process political information more generally.

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Gene M. Heyman, Scott O. Lilienfeld, Stephen J. Morse and Sally Satel opine on this question, now pending before the Massachusetts high court in Commonwealth v. Eldred.

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An amicus brief in the Supreme Court argues that a baker's expansive claims would "punch a hole through the center of the Nation's anti-discrimination laws"

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The law of Mali calls for certain kinds of sex discrimination, including in child custody cases., and also doesn't ban Female Genital Mutilation -- is that a reason for Indiana courts not to enforce a Mali child custody decree involving Malian citizens?

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The Senate may double the number of Trump nominees on the federal appellate bench next week.

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Duress is not a valid defense here, says the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals. You'd think there'd be a woman involved, or at least cigarettes.

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