Democracy Dies in Darkness
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President Biden and Republicans appeared to agree to leave the entitlement programs alone — in a break from past budget fights.
Photos: Before and after
BEFORE: In Kahramanmaras, Turkey. (Google Maps)
Monday’s powerful earthquake and its aftershocks have leveled towns and cities across Turkey and Syria, compounding existing humanitarian crises and creating new ones.
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Some places are way more gown than town. In other places, the deer and the antelope may play, but bears and beavers are mentioned more often.
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The school-choice movement, riding a wave of parental rights campaigns, is resurgent.
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Barbara Brandon-Croft, the first African American woman with a mainstream syndicated comic strip, has a new book reflecting on her achievement, “Where I’m Coming From: Selected Strips, 1991-2005.”
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