Allison Shapiro was an intern at Pacific Standard. She will graduate in March from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications.
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Presidential hopefuls are wielding religion as a selling point.
How consumer pressure is taking antibiotics out of beef.
Today's decision puts the pop star in a difficult spot.
How the reclusive writer shaped a generation.
How confronting her alleged abuser made Kesha a workers' rights activist.
Apple claims the government wants to put your privacy at risk.
More troubling news in Michigan.
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Your guide to the Department of Justice's agreement with the Ferguson Police Department.
Has heightened public attention generated results?
Even with Ammon Bundy's arrest, don't expect the occupation to end quickly or peacefully.
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One tendentious comment has left many calling for Debbie Wasserman Schultz's resignation.
The Burns Paiute tribe has got more of a right to that land than Ammon Bundy, or anyone else for that matter.