Politics

Politics

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By Adrienne LaFrance In the end, the vote that decided Britain’s exit from the European Union revealed a sharply divided electorate. But for many researchers...

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By Harriet Sherwood Catholic priests in Montreal will be banned from being alone with children to provide a “safety net” against allegations of abuse. Archbishop Christian...

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By Nora Kelly President Obama on Friday announced the creation of the Stonewall National Monument, the first such memorial in U.S. history to pay homage...

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By Nora Kelly Pentagon officials may soon announce an end to the military’s longtime ban on transgender Americans, multiple news outlets are reporting. Officials are...

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By James Kirchick On August 15, 2012, a gay-rights volunteer named Floyd Corkins entered the Washington, DC headquarters of the Family Research Council (FRC), a...

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By Maajid Nawaz While the world was still reeling from the self-starter jihadist atrocity in Orlando, and as people everywhere were still trying to process...

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By Isabelle Taft, The Texas Tribune Spurred in part by frustration at a proposed textbook that has been called racist and inaccurate, over 200 educators,...

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By Olivia P. Tallet Mexican Americans might not recognize their cultural history as it unfolds in a new textbook proposed for Texas public schools. Chicanos are...

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By Hemant Mehta After his arrest last month on charges of drug possession, Taylor Bast was told by his parole officer that he had to...

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By Hemant Mehta The three Washington State Supreme Court justices up for re-election this November won’t have a free walk into another term; there will...