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The Democrats could return to their roots and paint Republicans as the party of big-business corruption.

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Stringent domestic targets will be key to transforming a massive, carbon-intensive economy.

  • Joanna Lewis
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Our research looks at every question and every answer in these confirmation hearings since 1939.

  • Christina L. Boyd, Paul M. Collins Jr. and Lori A. Ringhand
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Before Republicans vote on Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court, they may wish to check public opinion.

  • Elizabeth Simas and Alex Badas
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The pandemic raises tradeoffs between individual freedom and public safety.

  • Rebecca Sanders and Jack Mewhirter
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Americans still long for public figures with extraordinary intellectual, physical and moral achievements.

  • Bruce Peabody and John Schiemann
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A famous scholar of democracy worries that America is in deep trouble.

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Trump wants to hang around.

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Future international orders may look quite different.

  • Rebecca Lissner
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White people who support such forced sterilizations are paternalistic rather than driven by racial animus, my research suggests.

  • Steven Moore
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Unless the laws change, future presidents are more likely to exploit emergency powers, now that Trump has ended the tradition of restraint.

  • Elizabeth Goitein
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The Democrats can play constitutional hardball, too.

  • Robinson Woodward-Burns
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Bahrain is the latest Arab nation to recognize Israel.

  • Jonathan Hoffman
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The many twists and turns have left everyone confused.

  • Sarah Bauerle Danzman
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Citizens do elect candidates known for violence to protect them from violence – but under certain conditions.

  • Sarah Z. Daly
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Three things to know about what's coming next.

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The Security Council will discuss peace after the pandemic. Here's what our analysis of 350 of its resolutions found.

  • Matthew Hauenstein and Madhav Joshi
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And it would be the furthest it’s been ideologically from the other two branches in a long time.

  • Michael A. Bailey
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Public confidence in being able to achieve the American Dream looks lower than when Trump entered office.

  • Jennifer Wolak and David A. M. Peterson
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They approve of sanctions but don't want a war.

  • John Kuk and Nazita Lajevardi
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