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The mayor also said that children aged 5–11 will have to be vaccinated in order to go to restaurants or engage in "high-risk" extracurricular activities.
Maryland Democrats Hate Gerrymandering So Much, They're Trying To Eliminate the State's Lone Republican District
When it comes to drawing congressional districts, concerns about the legitimacy of democracy seemingly go out the window.
Harvey, who died last week, dedicated his life to supporting human pleasure along with the power to manage it responsibly.
The appeals court is skeptical of the claim that the Texas governor's order illegally discriminates against people with disabilities.
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Why give legacy media a stranglehold over information that Twitter at its best is great for sharing?
The shooting was horrific, and the shooter deserves prosecution. But the charges should fit the crimes.
Judge Orders Massachusetts Prisons To Stop Using 'Highly Unreliable' Drug Field Tests To Punish Inmates
Although the tests are used by prison systems and police departments across the country, a judge found they have an error rate "only marginally better than a coin-flip."
Her publisher will stop distributing her memoir Lucky, which detailed the attack and aftermath.
“All of those…just come out of Lochner.”