Democracy Dies in Darkness
Phillip Schuller's brief 1976 activism overturned state law — and paved the way for abortion rights protests at Supreme Court justices’ homes today.
Vile conversations unfold on the popular service, but so do wholesome ones.

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In the close Republican primary race, David McCormick questioned the constitutionality of refusing to count absentee and mail-in ballots lacking a handwritten date.
John Lowe II had “improper sexual conduct” with a 16-year-old girl, New Life Christian Church & World Outreach leaders said in a statement.
After Kelsey Golden got a surprise delivery, she posted on Facebook and gave the burgers away.
Rose Greenhow was held in the Old Capitol Prison in Washington with her 8-year-old daughter, “Little Rose,” during the Civil War. (Library of Congress)
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The Diablo Canyon nuclear plant is slated for closure. (Josh Ernstrom)
California becomes a test case of how much the tide has shifted as some who opposed nuclear for decades now think keeping plants like Diablo Canyon open is the only way to stop climate change.