The spotlight, fairly or unfairly, is on hip hop artist Travis Scott, for crossing the line and performing on Super Bowl Sunday.
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Senator Jeff Merkley is demanding a perjury inquiry. And he's got documents that point to shameful wrongdoing.
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Minh-Ha T. Pham
Why are fashion outlets ignoring Bangladeshi garment-worker protests?
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The government shutdown is putting further stress on a regulatory system already strained to the breaking point.
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Wisconsin Republicans have been thwarted in their effort to limit early voting and student participation in elections.
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After some time in the doldrums, they’ve come roaring back, with bold stands in defense of human rights, tolerance, and civic values as well as smart climate and energy policies.
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Sarah Anderson, Sam Pizzigati
Why Portland’s new strategy for curbing executive pay frightens corporate America.
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The Hawaii congresswoman’s anti-interventionism masks an affinity for authoritarians, nationalists and Islamophobes.
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Seventy-four years after an atom bomb destroyed the Japanese city, survivors hold on to its tragic memory.
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Pelosi understands the role she plays as a check on an out of control presidency, and this is only the first of many times we will see her play it.
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Theodore A. Postol
The New York Times says so, but this MIT professor emeritus says there’s more to the story.
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To the highest bidder.
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