From signature strikes in Pakistan to police violence in Baltimore, the state is seemingly uninterested in even counting how many people it kills.
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Some politicans are waffling on a disastrous trade deal.
Fairytales about the health of our democracy disguise the corrupting influence of top donors.
We cannot turn away from police murders, but nor can we see them.
The powerful US Attorney insists he’s not interested—but even if he changes his mind, recent legal setbacks may foil his chances.
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