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NRA money flowed to board members amid allegedly lavish spending by top officials and vendors
In all, 18 people on the 76-member board of directors collected money from the group during the past three years, public filings and internal correspondence show.
Trump declares victory in deal with Mexico that critics say will do little to curb flow of migrants
With arrests at the border soaring to their highest monthly totals in more than 12 years, the president is under pressure to address the issue.
This archbishop called on the pope to resign. Now he’s in an undisclosed location.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò gave his first extended interview since going into self-imposed exile, continuing his role as the fiercest critic of the Pope Francis era.
Changing channels: Reinvention after 50
Decades after life took these eight women down one path, they forged new ones for themselves.
In Alabama — where lawmakers banned abortion for rape victims — rapists’ parental rights are protected
Alabama is one of only two states that do not bar rapists from having custody of children conceived by their assaults.
Democrats are peddling fairy tales
Give Trump an ultimatum on his stonewalling
Trump’s string of foreign policy bankruptcies
Democrats don’t get everything right on climate. But they’re the only party trying.
Trump’s big win leaves critics sputtering
When we think of America, we shouldn’t think rural
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Campaign 2020
Joe Biden’s rivals warn of his campaign — most without mentioning his name
Democratic presidential hopefuls spoke in Iowa about what they cast as the dangers of an establishment nominee.
Fact Checker | Analysis
Trump closes in on 10,800 false or misleading claims, with most of them focused on immigration
About one-fifth of the claims are about immigration, the president’s signature issue — a percentage that has grown since the government shut down over funding for his promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
‘Hadestown’ wins best musical at the Tony Awards, and ‘The Ferryman’ snags best play
Anaïs Mitchell’s bluesy show, based on a Greek myth, collected an evening-high eight awards while “The Ferryman” took home four Tonys.
Watergate-era accountability isn’t feasible right now. The reasons should make us grieve.
The reporting today may be every bit as skilled and accurate, but the results are greatly diluted.
The Stoneman Douglas officer was charged with inaction. But should ‘cowardice’ be criminalized?
Lawyers and law enforcement are surprised by the unprecedented case the state has chosen to pursue.


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