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Clare Sestanovich is a former researcher and contributer to daily news coverage. Previously, she was an editorial fellow at The Atlantic and graduated from Yale University in 2013 with a degree in English.
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News June 22, 2015
Columbia students rally to get their school to divest from private prison companies.
The Rules April 3, 2015
Keep it simple, keep it religious.
Commentary March 30, 2015
What a battle between a Mississippi judge and a group of public defenders tells us about the state of indigent defense.
News February 27, 2015
Why cities are struggling with backlogs, and what they’re doing about them.
News February 11, 2015
The jester takes a bow.
News February 10, 2015
Now that police are always on, who gets to watch?
News February 2, 2015
An accused terrorist goes on trial. Manhattan yawns.
News January 14, 2015
Now comes the hard part.
News January 6, 2015
From Calvin Coolidge to Bill de Blasio.
The Lowdown December 30, 2014
How it’s made, how it smells, and why ketchup is involved.
News December 19, 2014
Where would you rather do time?
News December 11, 2014
Our favorite nugget from the torture report.
The Rules December 3, 2014
Punishing the act of self-pleasure.
News December 2, 2014
Police cams are all the rage. Are they the answer?
Feature November 16, 2014
When lawyers stumble, only their clients fall.
Feature November 15, 2014
How bad lawyering and an unforgiving law cost condemned men their last appeal.