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Isaac Stanley-Becker is a reporter based in the U.K. He is completing a doctorate in modern European history at the University of Oxford, where he is a Rhodes Scholar.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, as the Democratic congressman demonstrated at a debate Tuesday against Sen. Ted Cruz.
When MasculinUT, an initiative that aims to involve men in the prevention of sexual violence, drew conservative ire, the university put it on hold. It's now rolling out changes.
Republican Rep. Martha McSally called on her Democratic opponent, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, to apologize for 15-year-old remarks about intervention in the Middle East.
"It means that deep inside, she has a Jewish soul,” said the owner of the auction house putting the siddur up for sale.
The royal couple wed in May, and their baby will be seventh in the line of succession to the throne.
Before he died in March, the Cambridge University professor predicted that people this century would gain the capacity to edit human traits such as intelligence and aggression.
The Stanford GOP under John Rice-Cameron proclaims: “Trump is great. Build the wall. Deport criminal illegals."
Stephen Elliott's lawsuit appears to be the first legal action pursued by a man named in the document, which raised difficult questions about anonymity, self-protection and the Web.
The statement stems from incidents of instructors refusing reference letters for students wanting to study in Israel.
The president’s inaccurate tweet about the ‘large scale killing’ of white farmers was his latest bid to signal common cause with nationalist movements abroad.