It doesn’t necessarily involve crossing a border. You can be trafficked in your home town.

  • Samir Goswami and Natalie Jesionka
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No, the Tuskegee study did not infect people with syphilis

  • Keisha N. Blain
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Jan. 6 didn’t end corporate PAC contributions, and sunlight isn’t the best disinfectant.

  • Matthew Leatherman
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Actually, the pope isn’t always infallible — and Francis isn’t a liberal.

  • Candida Moss
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He’s not actually that moderate — and he’s not middle-class.

They aren’t all conservative, and abortion hasn’t always driven their politics.

  • Kristin Kobes Du Mez
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The Civil War was in fact fought over slavery, and its monuments have long been controversial.

  • Karen L. Cox
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The elderly aren’t the group that feels most isolated.

  • Noreena Hertz
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No, sugar is not “addictive,” and cooking doesn’t destroy the nutrients in your food.

  • Jessica Wilson
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No, slow vote counts doesn’t mean there was fraud.

  • Douglas W. Jones
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No, it doesn’t force the United States to do anything.

  • Paul Bledsoe
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Can clicks, subscriptions or billionaires really save local news?

  • David Chavern
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Being “tough” on crime doesn’t always make sense.

No, the best players don’t see dozens of moves ahead.

  • Jennifer Shahade
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In fact, they can start before the General Services Administration gives its blessing.

  • Tevi Troy
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Assertions about “filter bubbles” are often overstated.

  • Brendan Nyhan
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Did Brown v. Board end it? And did integration work?

  • Elise Boddie
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Are they really focused only on profits?

  • Christopher Marquis
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No, foreign countries can’t flood mailboxes with fake ballots.

It’s not just about physical incapacity, and it doesn’t provide for removal of a president.

  • Joel K. Goldstein
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