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Reese Erlich is on assignment in Moscow. He offers this humorous memory about a long ago visit to that famed city.
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Why not convince Trump’s base to support impeachment?
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The ripple effects of racially biased school discipline practices are traumatic for black families, including one I work with in Louisiana.
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As they prepare for inauguration, an eager freshman class of alderpersons tackle the city’s escalating crisis.
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More than 13,400 consumer lawsuits against Monsanto and Bayer AG, which manufacture the weed-killer Roundup, allege it is the cause of various cancers. Now, a new judgment has awarded one couple $2 billion in damages.
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“The crazy thing is that the Indian Child Welfare Act is forty years old, and it’s still one of the least well-understood pieces of federal legislation, even by judges, in the country.”
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Is the U.S. lurching towards another illegal war in the Middle East?
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Many in the U.S. are unaware of the connection between refugees fleeing Honduras, and the struggle there for environmental justice.
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In his new film, director Manuel Correa casts a cool eye on the oddly surreal social landscape of the country after years of civil war.
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The President’s get-tough stance on China resonates with working people’s frustrations about trade “deals” that leave ordinary Americans scrambling. Democrats ignore that at their peril.
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