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Gutting Net Neutrality Is the Trump Administration’s Most Brutal Blow to Democracy Yet
This cannot be the end of a free and open Internet. Activists must fight on in the courts, in Congress, and in the streets.
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Donald Trump’s First Year Set a Record for Use of Special Operations Forces
Elite commandos deployed to 149 countries in 2017.
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House Republicans Try to Turn the Tables on the Mueller Probe
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee are complaining that “no one on Mueller’s team likes Trump.”
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Charles Barkley’s Politics Demand Criticism
The NBA legend speaks beautifully about class, but when it comes to race, his views leave much to be desired.
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Report from Alabama: ‘Doug Jones Is the Man We’ve Been Waiting For’
Howell Raines on “driving the silver spike into Dracula’s heart.”
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Letters From the January 1-8, 2018, Issue
What happened—and what didn’t… The postmortem continues… Troubling the water (Web-only)…
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The captain of the American ship continues dangerously off course.
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From Paid Sick Leave to Municipal ID Cards: New York’s City Council Leaves an Impression
During the last four years, the council has passed significant legislation to stem inequality. Can it do better during the next four?
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Savor This Victory: Doug Jones Is Taking Jeff Sessions’s Old Seat
Howell Raines on Alabama, Joan Walsh on #MeToo after Al Franken, and John Nichols on Net Neutrality.
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