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Rather than continue along our current path of retreat, the country must dedicate itself to responding to—and preventing—global crises. [Read More]
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And it's a problem that can only have a political solution. [Read More]
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If there's no negotiated peace with a return to order, the conflict could spin out of control, bringing the chronic violence and insecurity of the... [Read More]
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The insurgent candidate from the Bronx is challenging Democrat Joseph Crowley with a scrappy grassroots campaign and a platform based on economic justice. ... [Read More]
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Will the Foreign-Policy Establishment Learn From Trump's Election Victory? The elites have reinforced a global order in which the "winners" are protected and the... [Read More]
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And we'll be the ones who pay the price. [Read More]
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The Husted decision fuels the GOP voter-suppression campaign—but citizens have a chance to fight back in this fall's midterms. [Read More]
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With Trump in the White House, Congress must reassert its role in governing the use of military force. [Read More]
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"Give me a break," says Sister Simone Campbell. [Read More]
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But Gustavo Petro's presidential candidacy was the most successful leftist campaign in modern Colombian history, after decades of isolation and political assassinations. [Read More]
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The unprecedented allegation that the Kremlin "attacked America" and "colluded" with its president in order to elect him is based on two documents devoid of... [Read More]
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Private-prison groups and several Fortune 500 companies are profiting off "zero-tolerance" enforcement. ... [Read More]
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It also opens up military bases as detention centers and indicates an intention to reopen the Flores settlement. [Read More]
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Across the world, women are demanding access to feminine-hygiene products to lead full, productive lives. [Read More]
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Author and academic Jules Boykoff stops by to talk 2018 World Cup. [Read More]
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ICE raided a New Bedford factory in 2007, but the jobs that opened up for other workers didn't last long. [Read More]
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In just five weeks, federal immigration authorities separated more than 2,300 children from their parents. [Read More]
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And they want to unseat these white male incumbents. [Read More]
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The decision to change the name of US forces in the Pacific is more than symbolic—it's a threat. [Read More]
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Telling it straight is already crazy. [Read More]
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