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Following national elections last month, Argentina will soon have a new President: Alberto Fernández. It will also have a new Vice ..read more
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It’s a tale as old as time: a woman in power obviously slept her way to the top. How else could she have gotten there? Successful women ..read more
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A Madison, Wisconsin, public school district got a lot of unwanted press last week when it fired a black high school security guard, ..read more
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Earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court heard argument in Kahler v. Kansas. The case presents the issue whether a state violates the ..read more
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Elizabeth Warren reported that her contract as a teacher was not renewed when she was visibly pregnant at the end of her first year. The ..read more
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The impeachment arguments against President Donald Trump should be disturbing to American voters, as they have the most to lose if he is ..read more
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A University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign committee just issued a report on Faculty Sexual Misconduct calling for a sweeping overhaul ..read more
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History does not repeat, but it rhymes (according to a maxim sometimes but apparently falsely attributed to Mark Twain). Richard Nixon ..read more
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Earlier this month Sacramento-based federal district judge Morrison England issued a preliminary injunction blocking implementation of ..read more
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Between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, a defendant in a criminal case was disqualified from testifying. The reason had to do ..read more

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