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Welcome to America — Now Spy on Your Friends

For immigrants from Muslim-majority countries, applications for visas, asylum, green cards, and naturalization can take decades. Unless you’re willing to be an informant for the FBI.

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Hillary Clinton Wants to Talk to You About Love and Kindness

It’s been 46 years since she gave her famous commencement address at Wellesley. What she was trying to say then—that politics is personal, that she believes in human connection above all else—she is trying to say again in 2016. Maybe she’s been trying to say it all along.

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"His Life Matters"

The story of Akai Gurley before he was killed by a New York City police officer.

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"Yes, and ... No."

How women in the L.A. comedy scene, long pressured to stay quiet about sexual abuse and harassment for the sake of their careers, began to fight back.

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The Shade Room Is Coming for the Gossip Industry's Wig

Angie Nwandu has no journalism experience. No publishing experience. She’s 25. And in less than two years she has created an entirely new way to cover — and profit from — celebrity gossip.

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What the Hell Happened to Mickey Kaus?

One of the first lefty political bloggers has no job, mostly tweets, and thinks Donald Trump has it right on immigration.

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Eddie Davison's Life Sentence

Eddie Davison sued New York for locking him up under a false premise. Now the state says he owes $2 million.

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The Keys To Enya's Kingdom

A trip to Enya’s castle in Ireland.

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True Believer

Kaskade is a 44-year-old devout Mormon father of three who has never touched a drink. He makes over $500,000 a night as an EDM performer.

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Eli Horowitz Wants to Teach You How to Read

A second act for the former head of McSweeney’s.

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The Cop at the End of the World

Neale McShane’s jurisdiction in the Australian Outback is roughly the size of the United Kingdom. He patrols it alone.

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Living Above the Store

Fuzzy memories of a house overlooking the Sunset Strip that played host to a generation of comics—including Sam Kinison, Andrew Dice Clay, and Robin Williams—launching dozens of careers and about as many drug problems.