Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The Washington Post and Ipsos asked nearly 400 AR-15 owners why they own the rifle, what they use it for and how often they fire it. Here’s what the poll found.
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More than 5,000 pages from a Moscow-based contractor offer a glimpse into planning and training that would allow Russia’s intelligence agencies and hacking groups to find vulnerabilities, coordinate attacks and control online activity.
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A new study in the journal Science is challenging some of the best-known depictions of dinosaurs in television and movies, saying the T. rex family had scaly lips covering their teeth.
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Twitter’s recommendation algorithm pushes racist and hateful content into the "For You" timelines of users who follow extremist accounts.
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