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Bernie Sanders’s criminal justice reform plan, explained

Bernie Sanders was an early critic of mass incarceration — and now has a plan to fight it.

The New York Times 1619 Project is reshaping the conversation on slavery. Conservatives hate it.

Newt Gingrich called the project, led by black writers, "propaganda."

Daniel Pantaleo, the NYPD officer involved in Eric Garner’s death, has been fired

The decision comes more than five years after Garner’s death drew national attention and galvanized racial justice activists.

Sudan signs power-sharing deal as its former dictator goes to trial

A stunning — but uncertain — moment for Sudan.

Billie Eilish, the neo-goth, chart-topping 17-year-old pop star, explained

From SoundCloud to Coachella, the 17-year-old has paved her own path to become a generational icon.

The Terror: Infamy turns America’s WWII internment camps into a bleak ghost story

The Terror’s second season is Japanese folklore about an American nightmare. It isn’t trying to be subtle.

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“This is 2019 and not 1819”: mounted police leading a black man by a rope sparks outrage

What HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones gets right about evangelicals

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Trump advisers are scrambling to sell the idea that a recession isn’t going to happen

The deadliest attack of the year in Kabul bodes poorly for the US-Taliban deal

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Vox’s guide to where 2020 Democrats stand on policy

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Trump calls Rashida Tlaib’s reversal on visiting Israel “a complete setup”

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Vox Sentences: Hope for a US-Taliban peace deal

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How the Hong Kong protests created the #BoycottMulan campaign

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Teen TV needs more stories about boys of color. David Makes Man is a good start.

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The Trump Justice Department has declared war on progressive prosecutors

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The $15 minimum wage bill has all but died in the Senate