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45 Tweets That Break Down The Math Of Parenting
"Parenting is 10% knowing you would kill for your children and 90% suppressing the urge to kill them."
Oprah Donates To 'A Wrinkle In Time' Fundraiser
Taylor Richardson raised $50,000 to help send girls to see "A Wrinkle In Time" and Oprah Winfrey matched her funds.
College’s ‘Women In Math’ Panel Features Only Male Speakers
Who thought this was a good idea?
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Uber, Waymo Reach Settlement In Bitter Legal Dispute
Uber had been accused of stealing trade secrets from Waymo.
Patriots' Joe Thuney Deftly Solves Rubik's Cube At Super Bowl Event
"I literally just read the manual that told you what moves kinda helped."
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One Of America's Key Voting Laws Is About To Face A Big Test At The Supreme Court
A case at the high court could have big implications for how aggressively states can remove voters from their rolls.
8 Things I Learned When I Quit My Job To Be A Freelance Writer
You know that interview question everyone hates: “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” Well, throughout my 20s, I always
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After Alabama, Pollsters See Reasons To Expect A Democratic Surge
But figuring out who's likely to vote remains a challenge.
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There Are Huge Obstacles To Casting A Ballot In Alabama's Special Election
Advocates are worried the state's voter ID law, and confusion over another law, will suppress voter turnout.
Don’t Blame Black Voters For A Moore Win
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Earl Ofari Hutchinson is an author and political analyst
There have been strong hints of that finger point in the final run up days to the election.
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Advocates Alarmed By Powerful Conservative Group's Attention To Voting
Facing pressure, the American Legislative Exchange Council disbanded a task force focused on elections in 2012. Now it seems to be taking a renewed interest.
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Uber Data Breach, Cover-Up, Prompts Investigations And Lawsuit
At least five states and three countries are investigating Uber's conduct.
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Can We Save Democracy?
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For all its prestige, the U.S. Supreme Court has issued some highly questionable rulings in recent years. Its 2010 decision
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Alabama Secretary Of State Said Hundreds May Have Voted Illegally. None Will Face Charges.
Critics accused him of trying to intimidate voters after he pushed for an investigation into people who may have violated a new law in the state.
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Early Signs That 2018 Will Be The Year Of The Climate Voter
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Founder and Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project
It’s hard to believe, but the 2018 election cycle is already here. The 2017 campaign lawn signs haven’t come down yet, but
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You Can Be Fined For Wearing A Political T-Shirt To The Polls. SCOTUS Could Change That.
An upcoming case may clarify what kind of speech is permitted at the polls on Election Day.
Lifelike Baby Sculpture In Store Window Is Creeping People Out
"That's art?" said one passerby.
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