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The legal theories of Amy Coney Barrett, explained

An expert explains originalism, the Roberts Court, and what a Justice Barrett might do.

We can end America’s unemployment nightmare

The problem with our social safety net is clear. The solution is, too.

Why we’re still years away from having self-driving cars

Self-driving cars were expected to roll out by 2021. Here’s what we need to solve and build first.

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Justice For Breonna Taylor (Part II)

One of the three officers who shot at Breonna Taylor’s apartment was indicted ... for endangering her neighbors. Tessa Duvall from the Louisville Courier-Journal explains. And Vox’s Fabiola Cineas says the ruling isn’t surprising.

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Daniel Cameron, the Trump-supporting attorney general in the Breonna Taylor case, explained

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How the US keeps poor people from accessing abortion

Trump is proposing to limit student visas to two years for citizens of 59 countries

Trump made a rare public appearance in DC to pay his respects to RBG. It did not go well.

“It isn’t a question of politics”: Fauci on calling out Sen. Rand Paul’s misinformation

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No cops were charged with Breonna Taylor’s death. This is how the system was designed.

“We’re gonna have to see what happens”: Trump’s comments about the peaceful transfer of power, explained

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The shift to online education is worsening inequality. These schools have lessons that could help.

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