Democracy Dies in Darkness
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(The Washington Post)
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will consider a Mississippi law that could overturn Roe v. Wade — the 1973 ruling establishing a nationwide right to abortion. Here's what we know about where each justice stands on the issue.
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“Gun owners are not going to tolerate being ignored,” warns one gun-rights figure, but others in Virginia signaled they would give the Republican governor-elect space to first tackle less controversial issues.
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The final performance of the Kennedy Center’s summer-long Sondheim Celebration in 2002. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
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(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
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