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Graham Jackson’s Story Is A Tale of American Ingenuity. But Teaching It Could Be Illegal Under Florida And North Dakota Laws
Florida’s “anti-woke” legislation and the state’s recent rejection of the AP African American studies curriculum are well-known examples of a disturbing trend that attempts to criminalize exploring the stories of Black people such as Graham Jackson.
George Santos’ Campaign Finance Violations Are His Most Dangerous Lies
War In Ukraine Becomes Latest Chapter In The Rise Of The Killer Robots
In Rural America, Right-To-Repair Laws Are The Leading Edge Of Pushback Against Growing Corporate Power
The Idea Of The Lone, Violent White Extremist Is A Myth, And It’s Dangerous
After decades of research on numerous attacks that have left scores dead, we have learned that extremists are almost always part of a pack, not lone wolves.
The Most Important Election This Year Is Happening In Wisconsin
Will the billionaire funders of election deniers get their pick?
How Putin Has Shrugged Off Unprecedented Economic Sanctions Over Russia’s War In Ukraine—For Now
Putin Blames US For ‘Degraded’ Relations While Announcing Suspension Of Last Nuclear Arms Agreement
Putin announced the suspension during his State of the Nation address Tuesday, stopping short of entirely withdrawing Russia from the deal that aims to limit nuclear arms expansion.
Our Coming Political Realignment, And The Political Realignment After That
Extra SNAP Benefits Are Ending As Congress Battles Over Program That Helps Low-Income Americans Buy Food
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