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Forensic DNA evidence has been a game-changer for law enforcement, but research shows it can contribute to miscarriages of justice.
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Each year, Alaska hosts a 1,000-mile-long dog sled race called the Iditarod. Its founder, Joe Redington, Sr., deserves credit for preserving the sport.
Articles in JSTOR illuminate the long history of satirical cartoons and censorship.