The Lost 110 Words of Our Constitution
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The Lost 110 Words of Our Constitution

The Fourteenth Amendment is divided into five sections, all aimed at protecting civil rights in the wake of the Civil War and the abolition of slavery. Section 2…

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The Pentagon Is Sitting on a Chunk of Valuable Airwaves. Why?
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The Pentagon Is Sitting on a Chunk of Valuable Airwaves. Why?

Illustration by Sébastien Thibault As the Trump administration squares off with China’s Huawei over who will dominate the world’s next generation of wireless networks, another battle is emerging…

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Trump’s Nevada play leaves nation’s nuclear waste in limbo
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Trump’s Nevada play leaves nation’s nuclear waste in limbo

Trump’s Yucca reversal echoed his previous efforts to untangle a political food fight involving the federal ethanol mandate, an attempt that left both gasoline refiners and Iowa’s corn…

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Trump visits a big foreign market — for the U.S. and for Trump Org
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Trump visits a big foreign market — for the U.S. and for Trump Org

Trump Tower in Mumbai still under construction in 2017. | Rafiq Maqbool/AP Photo President Donald Trump arrives Monday in a country featuring the most Trump properties outside the…

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‘It could be a zoo’: Nevada on edge as caucus day arrives
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‘It could be a zoo’: Nevada on edge as caucus day arrives

Concerns linger as some volunteers say they haven’t received hands-on training with the iPads the party purchased to help tabulate results. Other volunteers are worried about executing the…

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Why Bloomberg’s history with air conditioning bodes poorly for his campaign
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Why Bloomberg’s history with air conditioning bodes poorly for his campaign

A week later, in an episode described by the New York Post as something akin to a “comedy routine,” city workers were spotted hoisting a standard room air…

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Sanders condemns Russian interference in 2020 elections
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Sanders condemns Russian interference in 2020 elections

Sanders on Friday called the interference an "ugly thing" that is attempting to "divide us up." "That's what they did in 2016. That is the ugliest thing they're…

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White House fears coronavirus could shape Trump’s 2020 fortunes
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White House fears coronavirus could shape Trump’s 2020 fortunes

“The biggest current threat to the president’s reelection is this thing getting out of control and creating a health and economic impact,” said Chris Meekins, a Raymond James…

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Bloomberg offers to release three women from hush pacts
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Bloomberg offers to release three women from hush pacts

Bloomberg’s move to lift the NDAs comes ahead of next week’s debate in South Carolina, and as his advisers and allies acknowledge that the issue would follow him…

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Trudeau’s next political crisis: rail blockades
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Trudeau’s next political crisis: rail blockades

This is the latest crisis to face the Canadian prime minister at the start of his second term, and Trudeau is taking heat from all sides for not…

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