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Robert Kolker, author of the excellent true-crime book “Lost Girls,” here examines the Galvins, a midcentury American family whose story offers a history of the science of schizophrenia (six of the family’s 10 sons were diagnosed). The book made multiple lists of the “10 best of 2020.” “Kolker’s telling of the Galvin trials is at once deeply compassionate and chilling,” wrote Washington Post reviewer Karen Iris Tucker, noting that it ends “as a story of hope.” (Knopf, $14.99)

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There are now 21 on-the-record denials rebutting The Atlantic’s bombshell alleging President Trump called American soldiers “losers” and “suckers.” Ignoring the most problematic aspect of Atlantic Editor Jeffrey Goldberg’s report – his sources were all anonymous -- many journalists saw this story as the perfect opportunity to wager the institutional media’s credibility against that of the president, who to be charitable, has a strained relationship with the truth.

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Jessie Riogelon Mangaliman Jessie Riogelon Mangaliman, an undocumented Filipino immigrant who left behind a leaky house in Manila for a high s…

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Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who wrote critically of the kingdom's policies and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, disappeared earlier this month on a trip to the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, where Turkish officials believe he was killed.

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