Maria Butina’s case shows how Russia saw the National Rifle Association as a key pathway to influencing American politics.
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Modern babies are born into the most gender-nonconforming generation in history, yet social media feeds are increasingly flooded with “gender reveal parties.”
The child’s death is likely to intensify scrutiny of detention conditions at Border Patrol stations and facilities that are increasingly overwhelmed by large numbers of families with children crossing the border to apply for asylum.
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An official told a French newspaper that police killed Cherif Chekatt, the suspect in the Christmas-market attack that resulted in the deaths of three people.
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