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Conservative Law Students at Georgetown Were ‘Traumatized’ by an Anti-Scalia Email
“All we can do, really, is convey our solidarity with our wonderful students. We share your pain. We share your anger. We stand with you. You are not alone. Be strong as Justice Scalia was strong.”
By Jesse Singal
How the Fight Over Transgender Kids Got a Leading Sex Researcher Fired
A transgender-politics maelstrom north of the border.
By Jesse Singal
Gay Men and Christian Wombs: Surrogacy’s New Frontier
Meet the red-state women carrying blue-state babies for gay men.
By Rachel R. White
Brinker’s Way: Behind the Pseudo-Exit of the Komen Foundation’s Founder
Nancy Brinker is still in charge of the women's health organization, despite a move to the executive committee.
By Lea Goldman
Is Esquire’s ‘Best New York Restaurants’ List Out of Touch?
It's all French, Italian, and (with the exception of Osteria Morini), above 28th Street. What gives?
By Jenny Miller
Warhol Foundation Threatens to Cut Smithsonian Funding Unless John Boehner’s Least Favorite Video Art Is Restored
Because, unlike Boehner, the Warhol Foundation actually paid for it.
By Mike Vilensky
Old-Time Brooklynite Hopes Hipsters Choke on Williamsburg-Themed Cigarettes
"I hope all these kids buy them, smoke them, and get cancer."
By Jessica Pressler
The BBC Smotherer Has Been Arrested for Murder
Here we go ...
By Dan Amira
Bill O’Reilly Surprisingly Constrained About California Schools’ Cross-dressing Video for Kids
Is Bill O'Reilly softening up or does he just appreciate cross-dressing?
By Lindsay Robertson