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A coalition of civil rights groups wants to be included in the meetings to keep the feds in check.
Things are a bit better in Michigan than they were in 2008, but there’s still little hope that they will get good enough, fast enough for most of its people. That’s why the voters of Michigan are hungry for change.
A film abhorrent to the Communist Party has proved a hit in the territory.
Amid a bigger debate about what colleges should do about symbols and honors with roots in slavery and white supremacy, a committee of students, faculty, and staff recommended that the law school get rid of it.
Her passing comes at a moment when the conservative movement the Reagans built appears to be cracking apart.
We long ago abandoned control over Zika-carrying mosquitoes. There’s no excuse for being so short-sighted about public health initiatives.
“It’s about equity and access. There’s no other tax that’s this gender bias[ed],” said California Assemblywoman Christina Garcia.
The Supreme Court appeared splintered on Wednesday during arguments in a major abortion case that could affect the lives of millions of American women.
It is a remarkable moment for the technology industry, with many different companies and organizations rallying around a single company — Apple — in a major legal case against the United States government over privacy and security.