Democracy Dies in Darkness
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This account, in previously unreported detail, shines new light on the road to war and the military campaign in Ukraine, drawn from in-depth interviews with dozens of senior U.S., Ukrainian, European and NATO officials.
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On Tuesday the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation declared for the first time that the Lower Colorado River Basin has reached a point where states will be required to make further reductions in water use.
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Google says it wants to make it simpler to access different apps — like Chat, Spaces and Meet — from your Gmail inbox.
The pitches he has made onstage over the past month are a stark contrast from ordinary stump speeches. He promises a break from American history if elected, with a federal government stacked with loyalists and unleashed to harm his perceived enemies.
Karen Andrews, who served as home affairs minister, said she was unaware she was sharing her job with Scott Morrison at the time and called on him to resign as a lawmaker.
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