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Kavanaugh nomination derailed

It was considered a LeBron-style dunk: the approval of a conservative, qualified judge by a Republican-majority Senate. Then, came the letter.

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Two immigration narratives emerge

One side sees the country as safer without immigrants, and the incentives that bring children across the border. The other side sees hardship for children, and little evidence of danger from illegal immigrants.

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Doctors facing racism

The health care industry is struggling with discrimination in another form: this time against physicians of color.

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March for Our Lives a success

Students in Parkland started a gun-control movement to try to prevent a repeat of their horror. So far, they’re killing it.

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Gyms are the new mall anchors

At least we can drown our sorrows in sweat as we mourn the loss of another department store from the local mall.