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His vision of how to act “tough” extends from war crimes to police brutality and doesn’t stop there.
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the president was trying to precipitate a crisis through his stonewalling and suggested that he was too unstable to govern the country.
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The Trump administration announced an aid package for farmers on Thursday to mollify an important political constituency hurt by a trade clash with China.
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Pay attention. There is something going on here.
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A group of media organizations, including The New York Times, asked the court to unseal the records regarding the actor’s case, citing a need for more transparency.
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Christine Sun Kim discusses her experimental, sensory-rich process — and her favorite shoes to wear in the studio.
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How fast you react to warnings and where you take shelter can make all the difference when a tornado strikes. Here is what experts say will keep you safest.
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Catch up with Brody, Heidi and (most of) the rest — plus, somehow, Mischa Barton?
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With a bold critique of charter schools, Mr. Sanders entered a highly charged debate within the Democratic Party.
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The Indian prime minister’s mix of Hindu nationalism and economic development helped him win re-election on Thursday. In his constituency, though, the mix cuts both ways.
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