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These Convictions Thwart Trump’s Plan to Pardon Himself

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Not Just Coastal Elites: Here’s How Three Rust Belt Colleges Protested Israel’s War in Gaza

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The narrative that took hold ignored inland campuses, like in the Rust Belt and into Appalachia, where students formed their own encampments.
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He Made a PowerPoint on Mothers Starving in Gaza. Then He Lost His Government Job.

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A senior USAID adviser said he was pressured to resign days after the agency censored his presentation.
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Guantánamo Prosecutors Accused of “Outrageous” Misconduct for Trying to Use Torture Testimony

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Government prosecutors claimed they didn’t know a former detainee recanted his testimony in interviews with the government.
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Joe Biden’s Terrible Israel Policy Is Really About Getting in Bed With Saudi Arabia

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Biden’s plan to cozy up to Arab dictators is right out of Donald Trump’s playbook — but even worse.
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