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Senate Sunday: North Dakota’s Heidi Heitkamp Laughed At Trump’s Invitation To Join The Dark Side

Somehow resistant to the persuasive skills of Donald Trump If there’s a theme to this year’s hopes for Democrats to take back the Senate, it’s that every goddamn seat matters. Progressives might wish for a whole Senate full of Elizabeth [...]
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The Strange, Dark History of North Korea and the Olympics

For everyone nervously watching the saber-rattling on the Korean peninsula, the Winter Olympics now starting in the South Korean mountain town of Pyeongchong comes as a reassuring pause in a terrifying global game of chicken. It was only last [...]
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‘Cheddar Man,’ Britain’s Oldest Skeleton, Had Dark Skin, DNA Shows

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“To go beyond what the bones tell us and get a scientifically based picture of what he actually looked like is a remarkable and from the results quite a surprising achievement,” said Professor Stringer, who first excavated fossils [...]
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Where China Built Its Bomb, Dark Memories Haunt the Ruins

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He wrote that officials imprisoned about 700 herders around Jinyintan, accusing them of joining counterrevolutionary gangs. Seventeen died under brutal interrogation. Up to 9,000 herders were expelled in forced marches, given only a day [...]
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Steve Bannon, once the dark lord of the right, stepping down from Breitbart

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The New York Times is reporting that Steve Bannon, former Chief Strategist for President Donald Trump, will step down from his position as Breitbart News’ executive chairperson, according to a statement from the company. Bannon, who [...]
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Yemen’s War Enters a Dark Stage as Rebels Squeeze the Capital

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The Houthi alliance with Mr. Saleh’s political party, the General People’s Congress, also gave the rebels a wider political base than they otherwise would have had. But in the end, Mr. Saleh denounced the Houthis and said he wanted [...]
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Born in Auschwitz, Israeli Artist, 102, Harnesses the Dark and the Light

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“The color returned to me,” Ms. Berlinski said. “Not to my life, but to me. I don’t know why.” It has been more than 20 years since her solo “Black Flowers” exhibition was held at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, one of the [...]
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On this dark day for DACA consider what open borders really mean

8 months ago | 0 comment
In June, I found myself at the San Diego-Tijuana border, northbound, on my way home to Los Angeles. The ease of traveling into Mexico only a few days earlier had not prepared me for the nightmare of crossing back into my home country. For [...]
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Trump Embraces The Dark Side. More. Wonkagenda for Mon., Aug. 14, 2017

8 months ago | 0 comment
Good Monday Morning Wonketariat! We’ve got a bunch of things we’re already working on right now, but here’s some of the things we may be talking about today. Trump’s White House eventually updated its statement and mumbled a condemnation [...]
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Years After Acid Attack, an Afghan Story of Survival Takes a Dark Turn

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Then, on Monday her second child was born prematurely, a month early but otherwise healthy. “There was no joy in her birth. For two days I could not even look at her,” said Mumtaz, who like many rural Afghans uses only one name. Most [...]