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Charlotte Was Different

An all-too-familiar story—an unarmed black man killed by a white police officer—with an unfamiliar ending.

Jeb Bush Just Sunk to His Lowest Point Ever. And It’s All Because of Trump.

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The United States Is Far More Violent Than Other Rich Countries

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An Obamacare Truce

The compromise to the controversial health care law that Republicans and Democrats could live with.


How Mass Shooters Get Their Guns

Here are the origins of every gun used in the high-profile massacres of Obama’s presidency.

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