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    With Some Voters ‘Ready to Move On,’ Democrats Search for New Message on Virus

    When the coronavirus pandemic first swept Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Wolf closed stores and schools and ordered millions of citizens to…
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    What the Trump Documents Might Tell the Jan. 6 Committee

    The National Archives has turned over to the House select committee investigating the assault on the Capitol last Jan. 6…
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    Supreme Court Will Hear Challenge to Affirmative Action at Harvard and U.N.C.

    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide whether race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard and the University of…
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    Top Jan. 6 Investigator Fired From Post at the University of Virginia

    The top staff investigator on the House committee scrutinizing the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol has been fired by…
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    Biden’s Pandemic Fight: Inside the Setbacks of the First Year

    WASHINGTON — Dr. Rochelle Walensky was stunned. Working from her home outside Boston on a Friday night in late July,…
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    Litter Boxes for Students Who Identify as Furries? Not So, Says School Official

    It started with a comment at a school board meeting, which was later amplified by a Michigan state Republican leader,…
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    What Mattered This Week

    It was another difficult stretch for Democrats. Their voting rights bills ran into a wall in the Senate, provoking angry…
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    Arizona Sues to Stop Treasury From Recouping Relief Funds

    WASHINGTON — Gov. Doug Ducey of Arizona sued the Biden administration on Friday to block its efforts to claw back…
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