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[CNN] Israeli President says he is 'extremely pleased' with Kanye West fallout after antisemitic remarks

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Early Career Chair of Jewish Studies and Assistant Professor of Sociology at USC Dornsife College

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[Insider] Biden escalates feud with Saudi Arabia, warning of 'consequences' for cutting oil production in coordination with Russia

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[Fox] Pennsylvania teenager charged with homicide after Instagram video confession

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Arthur Evans

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Lisa Kern Griffin
Professor of Law at  Duke University Durham, NC • United States English

Her recent work concerns the status and significance of silence in criminal investigations, the relationship between constructing narratives and achieving factual accuracy in the courtroom.

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