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Mich. ban on affirmative action upheld
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He survived 138 days with vertigo
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Is Iran is ready for accommodation?
NASA’s Mars goal doesn’t match reality.
Calls for Ginsburg to resign are trouble.
A grandchild might be the push she needs.
Sen. Warren at forefront of student loan reform.
Russians are making WWII comparisons.
The court’s oldest member still has the juice.
Owning a home is not a great financial move.
Márquez’s worlds had a lasting impact.
His accusations against a rancher are appalling.
The politically smart choices haven’t worked.
The New York mayor stays on offense.
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Assad calls for elections in Syria.
It’s up to colleges to fix it.
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It will help avoid another Russia.
Affirmative action loses again.
Where is the Supreme Court? It’s still not so clear.
The Insiders: The president’s cynical Keystone strategy
Protesting Uganda’s anti-gay law
Cokie Roberts pushes back against anti-gay statements
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From “Grapes of Wrath” to the White House.
Story of the gay marriage movement.
An interview with Foreign Minister Radoslaw “Radek” Sikorski.
What hasn’t changed since the Bangladesh factory collapsed.
An interview with the woman the novelist accused of “two-timing me with Cervantes.”
Dating sites don’t usually love political advocacy. And that’s fine.
The Senate candidate’s talk-radio gig is coming back to haunt him.
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