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'I've Been a Pain in the Rear for the Republican Party': A Conversation With Richard Painter

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What a 'Reproducibility Crisis' Committee Found When It Looked at Climate Science

The scientific community is working to make its predictions more accurate, but there's still a long way to go.

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Making Sense of the Challenges to the FCC's Net Neutrality Rollback

On Wednesday, the Senate made use of an obscure legislative procedure to challenge the FCC's proposed changes to net neutrality regulations. We chatted with a law professor to break down the specifics.

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Transparency Advocates Log the Disappearance of Obamacare Information From Government Websites

Though various mentions of it have disappeared from government webpages, the Affordable Care Act remains in effect.

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Viewfinder: Anti-Maduro Protests in Venezuela

"No to the Maduro circus. The candidate Maduro promises to solve the problems that the President Maduro could not."

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The Supreme Court Is Set to Decide the Future of Mandatory Arbitration

These binding clauses lock millions of workers and consumers out of the courtroom, and now their legality is being determined by the highest court in the land.

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The secretive industry is notoriously hard to track, but an economics-based model could help researchers and policymakers estimate just how much electricity the cryptocurrency requires.

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Breaking Down Brazil's Messy Presidential Race

Many hope the 2018 election will give Brazilian democracy a much-needed restart, but given the circumstances of corruption and bad candidates, that seems like a long shot.

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The Trump Administration Is Preparing to Hold Migrant Children on Military Bases

The Trump administration is preparing to warehouse immigrant children on military bases after they have been separated from their parents while attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.

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'There Is No Such Thing as Democracy': After the Election, It's Government as Usual in Lebanon

Voters mostly stayed home for the country's first elections in nearly a decade, and in the end, the same families remained in power.

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Maryland Joins 10 Other States in Banning Gay Conversion Therapy for Minors

Maryland enacted a law on Tuesday banning gay conversion therapy for minors, the Associated Press reports.

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An Afghan Variety Show on the Bay

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Dispatches: What You Need to Know About Climate Injustice

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Dementia Is More Prevalent Among the Poor

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