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Pro-democracy protesters persist despite repression, and silence from the U.S.

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Americans need a leader who will face up to the grim reality of the pandemic.

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The next few weeks won’t be easy, but some major voting pitfalls have been avoided.

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The president perhaps realizes that helping the economy before the election is in his political interest.

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After years of soaring disenfranchisement, a ray of hope for restoring rights.

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Facebook and Twitter are stepping up to quash misinformation, but how they do this is equally important.

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The U.S. must join Europe in sanctions over an assassination attempt.

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Voters know better than to believe him.

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After nearly three years, a glimmar of justice as two U.S. Park Police officers are charged.

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The “Great Barrington Declaration” plan would lead to a new wave of illness and deaths.

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We need to hear more about this in what remains of the presidential campaign.

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Two lawmakers have a plan to support alternatives in calls involving mental health and social services.

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It is alarming to see the DOJ again be used to retaliate against free speech.

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Getting a head start on processing ballots will be key to timely results.

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Even Putin might find this rationale kooky.

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They are a partisan exercise in raw power politics, regardless of the consequences.

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A new poll shows doubts taking hold.

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A Virginia prosecutor has investigated a 2017 killing for nine months.

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In the effort to combat misinformation, where will the platform draw its lines?

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As voting has commenced, so have bureaucratic failures.

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