A British broadcaster doggedly tried to put words into the academic’s mouth.
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Like ERs and doctors across the country, administrators at Michigan State assured Nassar’s victims that nothing was wrong.
Allegations against the comedian are proof that women are angry, temporarily powerful—and very, very dangerous.
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Their peaceful premises and intricate rule systems are changing the way Americans play—and helping shape an industry in the process.
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The reeling center-left party seeks to recover from its historic losses while working with Merkel to contain the ascendant far-right.
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