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License to Kill

by Chase Madar December 4, 2014


  Copyright © 2014 The Nation—distributed by Agence Global How to police the police is a question as old as civilization, now given special urgency by a St. Louis County grand jury’s return of a no-bill of ...

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Walter Kirn

by The Staff March 20, 2014


  When the story of Clark Rockefeller hit the front pages of both the tabloids and the Times back in the late aughts, it was as if The Talented Mr. Ripley had turned out to be ...

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The Haunting of Cherry Hill House

by Ann Morrow October 31, 2013


  If ever there was a house museum with a claim to being haunted, it’s Historic Cherry Hill. Nearly 200 years ago, the elegant yellow mansion was the setting of a notorious murder that was equal ...

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The Last Stop

by Hawes Spencer October 24, 2013


“You would think that knowing your child is dead is the worst time. But it was the 101 days of not knowing that were the worst. Once you know your child is dead, you can ...


Operating Theater

by Laura Leon November 22, 2011


Always outrageous but usually entertaining and smart, filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar stumbles badly with his latest, The Skin I Live In. It’s not just that the plot points glorify in inhumanity and grotesqueries, but that the ...