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Officials in the city where the officer works condemned his comment but said they were not sure it constituted a threat.
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Refusing to address and acknowledge the prejudices in our country is a big part of the problem.
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Writing a round robin letter lets senators make their views public when they can’t debate or vote on a resolution.
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You don’t have to live in a big city to succeed economically and socially.
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The two adversaries are growing closer, posing a strategic challenge to the United States.
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Saying “I have made mistakes, and I have apologized,” the governor said he would not seek re-election and would give up the leadership of his party, but would not step down.
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A gallery of scenes from when the space age was young and extraterrestrial travel looked fun.
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Hubble offers customers contact lens subscriptions at low monthly prices. Critics say it bypasses eye care professionals, doesn’t properly vet prescriptions and takes advantage of federal regulations to the detriment of consumers.
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A time trial. A chase car. A wild ride at the Tour de France.
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These unusual whites from Etna are more salty than fruity, yet even when cloaked in winemaking tricks, the power of the grape and terroir shine through.

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