Politics

Politics

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By Isaac Chotiner One of the hopes that grew out of the Arab Spring was that a relatively moderate strain of Islamist politics could thrive...

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By Jamie Grierson, Vikram Dodd and Jason Rodrigues Anjem Choudary, one of the most notorious hate preachers living in Britain, is facing jail after being...

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By Catherine Saint Louis The Drug Enforcement Administration’s decision on Thursday to not remove marijuana from the list of the nation’s most dangerous drugs outraged...

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By Nicole Knight Shine The Seattle City Council this week banned so-called conversion therapy for LGBTQ youth, making it the latest in a string of cities and...

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By Elise Schmelzer A group of Illinois pastors filed suit against the state Thursday, arguing that clergy should be exempt from a law banning counselors from...

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By Kimberlee Kruesi Dan Sevy will eagerly agree that no one wants to see a child suffer. Yet as a member of Idaho's Followers of Christ...

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By Barbara J. King Overwhelming hard data from biology, geology and anthropology — gathered with a firm grasp of the workings of evolution — prove...

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By Brady Dennis Climate change. Mental health. Space exploration. Vaccinations. The health of the oceans. Antibiotic-resistant superbugs. These are not the typical meat-and-potatoes topics of presidential...

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By Max Bearak Baluchistan is a place that desperately needs lawyers. Pakistan's largest province by area, it is the home of a decades-old separatist insurgency, fueled...

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By Aleksandra Sandstrom All states prosecute parents whose children come to severe harm through neglect. But in 34 states (as well as the District of Columbia, Guam...