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The U.S. government should be capable of providing toothbrushes, soap, showers, and safe and humane shelter for these most vulnerable human beings.
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He panders to his base by cruelly treating brown-skinned migrant children like subhumans.
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I am a values voter, with values for days, values that go all the way to the floor, values that wave amberly as far as the eye can see!
The U.S. ban on Venezuelan oil prices may lead to Latin America’s first modern famine.
Sometimes, there’s just no accounting for what Biden says, or why.
The deadly nuclear plant disaster spiraled thanks to government coverups and disinformation.
A lack of solid planning will make supporters of democratic socialism face facts.
Democrats might win as champions of a government for the little guy against government for the rich.
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Political polarization distorts reality. Here’s proof.
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In fact, the case against Trump may be even more credible.
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Six questions about issues that affect women over the course of an election cycle are not nearly enough. Here are six more.
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Failure to hit back will only embolden Iran further.
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Some see rainbow branding as progress. Others see exploitation. But what are the consequences?
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Even as the Empire State adopts a cutting-edge goal, the White House continues to slide backward.
His call for “civility” and give-and-take politics has merit, even if his comments about segregationists were out of line.
The administration should work with its European allies on ways to constrain Tehran.
If the company has its way, people around the globe will rely on its cryptocurrency.
A criminal investigation accuses four men of being involved in the MH17 shoot-down.
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The key hang-up is whether the D.C. Council can redirect millions of unspent tax dollars sitting in Events DC’s accounts.
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Once a marvel, the hydroelectric dam had stopped functioning decades ago. It’s finally gone.
  • Jun 14
The high-paid advocates who fill committee rooms are picking or padding somebody’s pockets.
  • Jun 14
Popular support has led to enfranchising all but one group. It’s time to rectify that.
  • Jun 14
Alternative sentencing could save the state money and keep people out of prison.
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