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A Twitter trial would expose Elon Musk to scrutiny. Buying Twitter might help him avoid it.

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President Biden’s plan to forgive billions of dollars in student debt is both historic and controversial. Now some red states are suing to block it. NPR’s Cory Turner explains.

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The Supreme Court is likely to weaken, but not destroy, the ban on racial gerrymandering

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