How two similar-looking black men with the same name gave birth to the process of fingerprinting in criminal justice.
A speculative look back on what the Martian ocean may have looked like.
Leonard Pitts laments the equating of politics and moral character.
Jon Cryer wrote an autobiography where he talks about watching the meltdown of Charlie Sheen.
New York has high cigarette taxes, which results in a significant black market. Much of which comes from Virginia. So what responsibility, if any, does Virginia have here? There are some interesting parallels here with NY:VA::USA:Mexico.
I don’t know whether to be happy or sad that our county isn’t on this list of fast-growing exurbs of DC.
Heather Gerken and James Dawson explain the virtues of spillover state laws, which is when a law in one state has an effect on another. They approve! As a would-be federalist, so do I.
As we’ve transitioned from cigarettes to smartphones, William Davies wonders what we lost along the way.
The stereotype is of women whose biological clocks are tick-tick-ticking trying to convince reluctant men to have kids, but that’s not always how it works and in fact it more often works the other way. I know in my life, where there has been a disparity, it’s usually been the women that are more reticent than the men.
Everything you may have wanted to know about chasing gravitational waves.
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