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Daisy Coleman's Death Lays Bare the Myth of 'Surviving'

The final moments of the Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy, about the near-impossibility of punishing sexual violence in America, put a hopeful end on the film’s dual narratives. Daisy Coleman—who survived both a sexual assault and then allegedly being dumped on her front lawn, unconscious, in just a t-shirt and

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Robberies Are Increasing in the Upper East Side

The Daily Mail reports that New York City’s wealthy Upper East Side neighborhood has seen a 286% increase in robberies over the past four weeks. During this same time period last year, there were only 14 robberies reported in the neighborhood—this year, there were 27. Data shows that reports of robberies are also on

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Michigan Road Commissioner Uses Racist Slur, Blames Black People for Pandemic

At a public meeting in Leelanau County, Michigan on Tuesday, a road commissioner casually used the n-word while making excuses for not wearing a mask. Is it a stretch to use racism to excuse unnecessarily putting other people’s health at risk during a pandemic? Perhaps. But a racist will always find a way.

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