Politics

Politics

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By Jonathan Pitts From the moment that Dr. Jeffrey Davis first saw the Allegany County Courthouse complex nearly 30 years ago, the monument to the...

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By Chris Mooney In an ambitious study that represents the latest merger between big data approaches and the quest to conserve the planet, scientists have found that across...

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By Robert P. Jones For most of the country’s history, white Christian America—the cultural and political edifice built primarily by white Protestant Christians—set the tone...

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By Chris Mooney The speculation is over: Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana, is Donald Trump’s vice presidential pick. Recognized as a social conservative, Pence also aligns...

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By Isaac Chotiner On Friday, a coup attempt by elements of the Turkish military—the longtime adversaries of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the country’s demagogic (but democratically...

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By Ben Winslow and Matt McDonald A federal appeals court has granted Planned Parenthood's restraining order against the state of Utah, prohibiting Governor Gary Herbert...

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By David Devadas If a successful coup in 1977 promoted Islamism in Pakistan, a failed coup seems likely to have the same effect in Turkey....

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by Richard Dawkins   . . .  it is a well established principle of democracy that, in the case of major constitutional changes that are hard...

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By Rebecca Boyle Mike Pence, the putative next vice president of the United States, does not believe in evolution, thinks smoking doesn’t kill, would like...

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By Douglas Murray The BBC headline says it all: ‘The killing of 84 people celebrating Bastille Day is the worst attack on France since the 13...