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He endangers not only the party's path to the White House but also its House majority.
Americans have not only health risks but also economic fears.
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The president's statement on Wednesday didn't exactly inspire confidence. Here's a better idea.
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This is what we’re heading for if it’s Trump vs. Sanders.
The Republican nomination of Donald Trump in 2016 illustrated a hidden weakness in the new system — the absence of peer review.
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The president’s confidant was found guilty based on the evidence by a jury that respected his rights.
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This is a threat to the proper functioning of our Republic.
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Western nations must insist that Russia stop an offensive that endangers millions.
China’s persecution of a book publisher exemplifies its challenge to democracies.
His refusal to move from the country’s past shaped its future.
It’s not brave to propose impossible programs like his $1.5 trillion universal child-care plan.
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And a new multistate compact from Virginia to Maine is hoping to do that.
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The cost of inaction is too high.
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We cannot uphold justice and ensure public safety if our laws are not applied firmly and fairly.
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Chase isn’t angling for more spending on roads or schools. She’s more of a Second Amendment fan with a desire to tell it straight.
A proposal to buy a solar farm puts ambitious climate goals within reach.
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