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Corrupt practices

Destined for Export

Five years ago, Jean-Sebastien Hertsens Zune went looking for his parents. He already had one set, a Belgian church organist and his wife, who adopted him as a baby from…

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Checkpoint Nation

Laura Sandoval threaded her way through idling taxis and men selling bottles of water toward the entrance of the Cordova International Bridge, which links Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, to El Paso,…

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Gruel and Unusual

From complaints filed since 2015 by inmates at the Morgan County jail, in Alabama. The complaints were included in a lawsuit filed last year against Ana Franklin, the county sheriff,…

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Fifty Worst Dates

From a lawsuit filed in a Pennsylvania district court last August by Darlene Daggett against Kelleher International, an elite matchmaking company based in California. Daggett hired Kelleher for dating services…

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Before the Deluge

In the summer of 2016, when Congress installed a financial control board to address Puerto Rico’s crippling debt, I traveled to San Juan, the capital. The island owed some $120…

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The Immunity Doctrine

On October 13, 2001, Ibrahim Turkmen answered a knock on the door of his home in West Babylon, New York, to find two FBI agents. A solemn man with a…

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The Habits of Highly Cynical People

On April 24, 1916 — Easter Monday — Irish republicans in Dublin and a handful of other places staged an armed rebellion against British occupation. At the time, the British…

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Suing for Justice

As a law student at Harvard in the 1950s, I heard a professor joke that at the school they contract the law of torts in the morning and distort the…

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Bombast Bursting in Air

We must make our choice. We may have democracy, or we may have wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can’t have both. — Louis Brandeis When…

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November 2015