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The exploitation of these girls and young women was perpetuated by many — not just one pedophile.

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The reality remains: The world is badly divided between the immunized haves and have-nots.

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The Virginia Democrat was an excellent governor the first time around. He’s easily the best choice this year.

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Attorney General Mark R. Herring, seeking reelection, and Del. Hala S. Ayala for lieutenant governor are Virginia's best choices this election cycle.

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The point is to give leaders chosen by the people time and space to exercise their best judgment.

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Leave spouses, children and homes out of it.

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There are many ways to destroy a constitutional democracy.

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Prime Minister Ariel Henry owes his country some answers. Why is he silent?

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They argue that the economic growth their bill spurs would fill the gap.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis is against mask and vaccine mandates, but stands by as false claims about life-saving measures are spread.

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A majority of the nation’s children have returned to classrooms. It is cause for cautious celebration.

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When and why should Americans get them?

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A U.S. drone strike in Kabul shows the risks of fighting terrorism from afar.

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Powell has stressed the importance of pursuing full employment, the half of the Fed’s dual mandate that some critics have complained the central bank neglected previously.

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The clock is ticking on essential transparency, ethics and oversight reforms.

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Researchers find improvements in learning are over and above what could be attributed to demographic changes in student enrollment.

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The protected status of some 50,000 Afghans also deprives them of certain essential benefits.

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Recognizing the problem of gun violence in America shouldn't be a disqualifier.

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The Biden administration's vaccine mandates are justifiable at a time of national emergency.

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Many Americans in the years since 9/11 — from soldiers fighting terrorists on the battlefield to, yes, lawyers defending those accused of terrorism in court — have kept faith with the country’s ideals.

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