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'New York Times' Reporters Explain How They United Women, Helping Trigger #MeToo

Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey talk of the challenges of getting women who alleged they were sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein to go public — and of the secret settlements detailed in She Said.

Melt The Mountain Howl
Kingdom of Rust Doves

District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine (left) and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton speak Monday about the launch of an antitrust investigation into Google outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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48 States Investigating Whether Google's Dominance Hurts Competition

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Telepsychiatry Helps Recruitment And Patient Care In Rural Areas

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Keep You Hird Hird
Loving the Alien David Bowie

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'New York Times' Reporters Explain How They United Women, Helping Trigger #MeToo

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Positive Childhood Experiences May Buffer Against Health Effects Of Adverse Ones

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S'pacific View Herb Geller

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'We Will Always Sing': Black Belt Eagle Scout Makes Space For The Marginalized

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You're Me and I'm You Black Belt Eagle Scout
Dead to the World Röyksopp
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