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Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters bear down on legislature

The government has refused to scrap the measure even after an enormous protest over the weekend.

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Falling coffee prices drive Guatemalan migration to the United States

Cultivating coffee was once a way out of poverty. As prices fall, growers are abandoning their farms for the United States.

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If Alabama is trying to become the worst state for women, its strategy is strong

Imagine having to engage with one’s rapist through a shared-parenting arrangement.

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Joe Biden previews the pummeling he plans to give Trump

The Democratic front-runner is on target.

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A Republican refuses to shield Trump’s corruption. He will be punished.

Trump may back a primary challenge to Rep. Justin Amash, who called for Trump's impeachment.

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We need to prepare for a complete reversal of the Supreme Court

For decades, the court has been associated with social change. Could that end?

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Russia and China show the dangers of journalism run by despots

Two recent examples in Russia and China show just how risky investigative reporting can be.

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Ken Cuccinelli’s appointment won’t help our immigration problems

Other than Stephen Miller, I cannot imagine anyone who thinks this selection is a good idea.

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Trump Jr. to testify in second closed-door interview with Senate panel

Democrats believe the president’s oldest son may have lied to them in previous testimony about his role in a 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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Separating fact from fiction in abortion talking points

The abortion debate is fraught with rhetoric. Here's a quick tour through some of the spin from both side of the debate.