Half man, half machine, all statuePatrick Cassels wrote an impassioned plea to the city of Detroit in Slate, imploring them to seriously consider the plan to build a Robocop statue. He says that the public arts work is worthy, as it depicts "a character who represents triumph over this sad la ... More >>
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And is that a bad thing?
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Guards Watch as a Prisoner Kills His Cellmate
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Did a Park Avenue doc defraud insurers by playing Robin Hood to infertility patients?