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No longer 'protected': A migrant policy shift upends deeply rooted lives
Julio Perez pulls a card from his bulky brown wallet. It is this US government-issued piece of plastic that makes it legal for Mr. Perez to live and work ... >
In Midwest swing states, a 'red wall' for Republicans could crack
Bill Sarten was worried about his guns. The lifelong hunter had seen the ads warning voters that Hillary Clinton would leave them defenseless. Sarten, a ... >
Service to country: In Kentucky, the fight to bring more veterans to Congress
Just days before the election, as Democrats bask in the aroma of chili and possible victory at the Bourbon County fairgrounds, Rep. Seth Moulton (D) of Mas... >
Is progress on race still possible?
 In the campaign for the 2018 midterm elections in the United States, the issue of race was a bold backdrop. To other countries, elections in the US are ... >
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Barnstorming with Trump in the ultimate campaign prop: Air Force One
The view from Air Force One as we approached Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport was breathtaking: snow-capped mountains, low-hanging clouds, farms dotting the valleys. As we landed, we could see the brightly lit rally site – an airport hangar. ... >
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Patron of the past: The Jordanian duke who's preserving the soul of the Levant
Jordan’s first and only duke has played many roles in his life – often on the very same day – but there is one he cherishes: promoter and preserver... >
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Readers write: Examination of Islamist moderates, cartoon cuts, protecting the Amazon, and sustainability of farms
Examination of Islamist moderates... >
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A record in ‘diversity’ of candidates
It’s taken a civil war and other struggles but America’s democracy is now clearly more welcoming of diversity in its political candidates, at least in ... >
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Nationalists of the world, unite? Steve Bannon's populist path proves rocky.
“Be it resolved, the future of Western politics is populist, not liberal.”... >
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A border, a bus, then school begins in New Mexico
With her backpack slung over one shoulder, Gabriela Corona strolls toward the US-Mexico border as casually as if she is crossing the street to school. Gab... >
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Arming election officials: How cyber sensors are boosting ballot security
Susan Gill has never met Anatoliy Sergeyevich Kovalev. The supervisor of elections in Florida’s Citrus County wouldn’t know Mr. Kovalev from a televis... >