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Spy Cams Show What the Pork Industry Tries to Hide

The hog industry hails the gas chambers in which pigs are prepared for slaughter as “animal friendly,” “stress free” and…

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Erasing Black History Is Not the Role of the College Board

In the nation’s capital, blocks from the White House, scores of sharply dressed Americans mingled Thursday night over cocktails and…

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George Santos Plays Hide-out

Feb. 6, 2023 Statement from the Office of the Honorable George Santos For Immediate Release Representative George Santos (R-NY) today…

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U.S. Presses Partners to Weed Out Illicit Trade With Russia

American officials worry that commercial activities in Turkey and the United Arab Emirates could be fueling Russia’s war machine and…

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Russia Pushes to Take Ukrainian Town Near a Vital Supply Line

The town of Vuhledar is just a few miles from a critical rail link. Its capture would enable Moscow to…

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Muscle Cars, Balaclavas and Fists: How the Scorpions Rolled Through Memphis

For 14 months, officers from the high-profile Scorpion unit of the Memphis Police Department patrolled city streets with an air…

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Democrats Set to Vote on Overhauling Party’s Primary Calendar

The proposal would radically reshape the way the party picks its presidential nominees, putting more racially diverse states at the…

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Some Homeless Encampments Can Stay, but the Underlying Issues Remain

Three court decisions have now ruled that the shelter system does not meet the needs of homeless people.

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Turning Nairobi’s Public Libraries Into ‘Palaces for the People’

A Kenyan nonprofit is restoring iconic public libraries, leaving behind a segregated past and turning them into inclusive spaces.

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Ties to Kabul Bombing Put ISIS Leader in Somalia in U.S. Cross Hairs

Bilal al-Sudani’s financing of the ISIS branch in Afghanistan that killed 13 U.S. troops in 2021 elevated him on U.S.…

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