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How 2018 Became the ‘Year of the Black Progressive’

*/ ]]> It’s too soon to award the moniker, but 2018 may well be remembered as the political “Year of the Black Progressive,” much as 1992 was the “Year of the Woman.” Black women are taking office as mayors in major cities such [...]
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POLITICO Playbook PM: Haley leaving at end of year

Presented by */ ]]> U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and President Donald Trump speak in the Oval Office after announcing Haley’s resignation. | Mark Wilson/Getty Images AXIOS’ JONATHAN SWAN SCOOP: “Trump has accepted Nikki [...]
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A Year After Catalonia Secession Vote, New Unrest and Still No Resolution

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MADRID — Catalan activists on Monday marked the first anniversary of their disputed independence referendum by blocking train tracks and roads across Spain’s restive northeastern region and trying to break into the Catalan Parliament, [...]
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It’s ‘One Tough Year’ After Hurricanes Tore Through British Virgin Islands

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TORTOLA, B.V.I. — Every morning, Helen Penn wakes up to the clamor of power drills and hammers. From her hillside home, she sees construction trucks clogging the streets below and tourists spilling out of cruise ships that have slowly [...]
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A Year After a Quake Crumbled a Mexico School, Grieving Parents Seek Justice

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MEXICO CITY — Just five days before a powerful earthquake struck last year, a history teacher at a Mexico City school gave a lecture about the capital’s propensity for this sort of natural disaster. The talk was part of the school’s [...]
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Year After Rohingya Massacres, Top Generals Unrepentant and Unpunished

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Yet since then, General Min Aung Hlaing and Myanmar’s other leaders have escaped international legal censure. And they are maintaining a campaign of denial and avoidance, as well as jailing and intimidating reporters who have documented [...]
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2018 the Year of the Woman? Not so fast

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Female candidates are signing up to run for Congress at a record-breaking pace this election cycle. But will 2019 be the year women make huge gains on Capitol Hill? Not so much. Despite record-shattering numbers of women waging campaigns at [...]
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John Kelly’s year of train wrecks

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‘Next Year in Jerusalem!’ In Israel, Eurovision Win Is Seen as a Diplomatic Victory, Too

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The Eurovision win may also have even helped soothe bruised feelings after the Israeli-born, Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman backed out of a major award ceremony in Jerusalem, saying she did not want to endorse Mr. Netanyahu and [...]
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Women trounce men on first major primary night of the year

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Carol Miller on Tuesday night won the Republican nomination for an open House seat in West Virginia. | Sholten Singer/The Herald-Dispatch via AP [...]