Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Some epidemiologists and demographers predict the trend of older, sicker and poorer people dying at disproportionate rates will continue, raising hard questions about the trade-offs Americans are making in pursuit of normalcy — and at whose expense.
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The focus on mass shootings obscures the totality of the American ailment: people killed on city streets and inside their homes.
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Melissa Highsmith reunited with her parents for the first time in five decades thanks to a home DNA test, a marriage certificate and an amateur genealogist.
Nick Fuentes at a 2020 rally in Lansing, Mich. (AP)
Mike Pence’s comments were also one of the clearest instances of the former vice president trying to set himself apart from Donald Trump, amid the expectation that Pence will challenge Trump for the GOP presidential nomination in 2024.
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As demonstrations flared across China, participants raised white sheets of paper as a symbol — and protest — of government censorship.
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Coach Gregg Berhalter and team captain Tyler Adams fielded questions about the U.S. Soccer Federation removing a symbol in the middle of the Iranian flag associated with Tehran’s clerical leaders.
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