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Stella Shannon interviews her father, a criminal defense attorney, about how Supreme Court decisions have affected his practice.
Welcome to The Politic’s liveblog of the 2016 Vice Presidential debate with Anna Blech, Jacob Malinowski, Rose Mintzer-Sweeney, White Helmet, and Dad.
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Islamophobia isn’t just increasing in political rhetoric – it’s growing in school environments.
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An underground marijuana operation. A former high school teacher. An unsuspecting wife. The scene resembles something from Breaking Bad, but for Kathleen von Hofe, the situation became a reality when the Branford, Connecticut police department raided her home in 2001. While Harold von Hofe admitted to growing and distributing marijuana in the basement of their …
A surgeon penetrates the bridge between your two nostrils. Tweezers enter the space created by the incision, lifting the skin off your nose as if it is the hood of a car. Now comes the scalpel, cutting bone and transforming cartilage until the nose takes on its desired shape. This disquieting and quease-inducing procedure—rhinoplasty—should be …