Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The speed at which the referendums were announced and carried out and the mobilization of hundreds of thousands of Russian reserves, all within one week, reflect the Kremlin’s tacit acknowledgment of its deteriorating position in Ukraine.
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The former president and the Florida governor are widely seen in the Republican Party as potential rivals for the 2024 presidential nomination, and public contrasts and behind-the-scenes tensions have already erupted.
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Nobody likes being bored, but the emotion is your brain’s way of telling you to check your priorities and find something more meaningful.
Severe weather
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One of the strongest storms ever to hit Canada slammed into Nova Scotia’s coastline on Saturday, leaving much of Nova Scotia and nearly all of Prince Edward Island without power.
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