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Public outrage over the story may be prompting more employers to address sexual misconduct.

  • Darius Longarino and Yixin Ren
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Politics, politics, politics.

  • Nicholas Barry Creel and Jehan El-Jourbagy
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No. And here’s why.

  • Carrie A. Lee
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The plans are ambitious. In President Biden’s words, “Somebody has got to pay.” But who?

  • Kimberly Morgan
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Nancy Pelosi's statement just reminds us of that fact.

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This information can change Republicans' minds.

  • David Hope, Julian Limberg and Nina Weber
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The focus on social policies to end discrimination ratcheted up political disagreements.

  • Renu Singh and Mara Pillinger
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From Florida to Texas to California, state supreme courts dramatically influence lives and elections as they rule on matters from voting rights to mask mandates.

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Many Guineans felt their country was heading the wrong direction, Afrobarometer surveys show.

  • Carolyn Logan, Aliou Barry and Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye Sanny
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It’s more complicated than it appears.

  • Douglas L. Kriner
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An overarching narrative can lead to fewer foreign policy choices.

  • Ronald R. Krebs
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A new vaccine mandate for federal employees.

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The end of the Cold War scrambled U.S. foreign policy — and then 9/11 scrambled it again. But this remains the same.

  • James Goldgeier
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Right-wing governments and movements often use these words to justify authoritarian and racist policies.

  • John Collins and Somdeep Sen
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Democrats like to say Republicans are waging a "war on women." That erases the conservative Republican women working to ban abortion.

  • Rebecca J. Kreitzer, Abigail A. Matthews and Emily U. Schilling
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New research uncovered one surprising reason.

  • Christopher Cooper
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100 years ago, Nannie Helen Burroughs launched the National Association of Wage Earners — part of her effort to integrate comprehensive labor reform into the movement for voting rights.

  • Danielle Phillips-Cunningham
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Conservatives have built up an army of lawyers and organizations that can use “private rights of action” to enforce their goals — much as civil rights lawyers and groups do.

  • Joshua C. Wilson
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Europe and China will both find it hard to escape the dollar.

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Unity in diversity was one of the hopes of post-apartheid South Africa.

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