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Crisis pregnancy centers bill themselves as organizations out to offer "pro-life counseling," in the words of Chris Slattery, the president of E.M.C. Pregnancy Centers. Pro-choicers, however, argue that the centers are deceptive, presenting themselves...
From: Slate | By: Amanda Marcotte | Thursday, September 18, 2014
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The state of American child care is pretty abysmal. Day care is not well-regulated, the quality is often poor, and it’s expensive: In 35 states and Washington, D.C., it costs more than a year’s in-state college tuition. We are the only wealthy nation...
From: Slate | By: Jessica Grose | Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Today, the New York Times’ Ken Belson reports on how some female football fans are growing disillusioned with the sport in the wake of a wave of domestic violence arrests of NFL players, and an endlessly bungled response by league officials. “Before...
From: Slate | By: Amanda Hess | Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Elizabeth Plank at Mic took to the bike paths of New York City to investigate the "huge and under-reported" gender gap in, of all things, bicycle-riding. Turns out way more men ride bikes than women: "In the U.S., 1 woman for every 3 men gets around...
From: Slate | By: Amanda Marcotte | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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National Book Awards season is upon us: The judges have just announced the longlist for 2014’s nonfiction contest. The ten-book lineup includes a historical account of Paris under German occupation (by Ronald C. Rosbottom), a biography of Tennessee...
From: Slate | By: Katy Waldman | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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Last Thursday night, CBS and the NFL Network decided to pull its planned opener—the Jay-Z and Rihanna song "Run This Town"—during its pre-game broadcast, hoping to strike a more serious tone in light of the Ray Rice video. "At the time, CBS Sports...
From: Slate | By: Amanda Marcotte | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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