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Sen. Joe Manchin May Not Be Kingmaker in West Virginia for Long

Daniel Boguslaw

Dozens of Democratic insurgents flipped the script on the old guard of the state party.

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Pack the Supreme Court

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There is a perfectly legal and viable solution to all this: Pack the Supreme Court. Pack it as soon as possible.

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The Fight for Abortion Rights Turns to State Constitutions

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In the wake of Roe v. Wade, providers are challenging abortion bans based on expansive rights protected in state constitutions.

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Infection of Wildlife Biologist Highlights Risks of Virus Hunting

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Foreign Fighters in Ukraine Could Be a Time Bomb for Their Home Countries

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Two killed in the Ukrainian Army’s International Legion may have been neo-Nazis.

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