Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Resentment over government policies aimed at curbing the pandemic is shaping up as a significant part of the party’s message.
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Systemic racism does dehumanizing things to the souls of those caught in its net, including the five Black police officers accused of killing Nichols.
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Advances in biometrics and border policy are assisting automation at airport checkpoints for international travelers.
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Christian evangelicals have been stepping up conversions, creating a backlash -- and a political opportunity for Hindu nationalists.
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A study analyzed nearly 100 paintings by Claude Monet and Joseph Mallord William (J.M.W.) Turner, who are known for their impressionistic art and lived in London and Paris during the Industrial Revolution.
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Hazardous products often lurk in basements and clutter up cabinets, often because people simply don’t know how to get rid of them.
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