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Don’t hold your breath for mass street protests.

  • Samuel Greene
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Abortion rights advocates focused on the public health consequences of prohibition and the disproportionate impact on women in poverty.

  • Taylor Boas, Mariela Daby, Mason Moseley and Amy Erica Smith
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Like too many episodes in U.S. history, the violence was homegrown.

  • Shariana Ferrer-Núñez, Melody Fonseca and Fernando Tormos-Aponte
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Impeachment comes a second time for Trump.

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Congress can affirm what "except in cases of impeachment" means.

  • Corey Brettschneider and Jeffrey K. Tulis
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As in 1877, the U.S. has to decide whether it wants to be a multiracial democracy.

  • Kimberley S. Johnson
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Most cabinets have a "concrete floor" for gender representation, and rarely go lower. Will Biden raise that floor in the United States?

  • Karen Beckwith and Susan Franceschet
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The counterterrorism manual doesn’t cover an insurrection egged on by one party’s leaders.

  • Daniel Byman
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Job creation is citizens’ top priority — and they’re willing to pay for it.

  • Gildfred Asiamah, Ousmane Djiby Sambou and Sadhiska Bhoojedhur
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Mike Pence and Mitch McConnel’s popularity has nosedived among Republicans since they certified Joe Biden’s victory

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Angry whites are far more likely to take political action.

  • Davin L. Phoenix
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Despite the country’s initial success, these three factors stand in the way of democratic consolidation.

  • Sharan Grewal
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But the Capitol riot might change that.

  • Summer Harlow
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The government has cracked down on the opposition for months.

  • Travis Curtice
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Victims feel like victims regardless no matter their actual privilege.

  • Miles T. Armaly and Adam M. Enders
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It’s not just ordinary Republican voters who harbor doubts about the 2020 election.

  • Alexander C. Furnas and Timothy M. LaPira
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4 things to know about Hong Kong’s political future.

  • Maggie Shum
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A type of “radical partisanship” is far too common for comfort.

  • Lilliana Mason and Nathan P. Kalmoe
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For the past 50 years, conservatives have capitalized on demonizing the federal government.

  • Joshua C. Wilson
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Did American electoral institutions survive the stress test?

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