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When The 'Whisper Network' Goes Public: The 'S****y Media Men' List, 2 Years On

In 2017, a crowdsourced spreadsheet gave women the opportunity to anonymously share allegations against prominent figures in journalism and publishing. One writer has filed a defamation lawsuit.

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MUNA Might Just Save The World

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Walmart Curbs Ammunition Sales, Calls For Stronger Background Checks

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How High Heat Can Impact Mental Health

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