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"The whole incident leaves me feeling unsettled and alarmed," @MaxBoot  writes.

Please, Biden, do us all a favor: Skip the State of the Union speech, David Von Drehle writes.

Time for another Supreme Court revolution, @HughHewitt  writes

Over his six years helming “Tucker Carlson Tonight” — and decades of commentary on cable news — the host has learned just what he can get away with on his highly rated program, @ErikWemple  writes.

Something even the GOP might support: Expanding mental health services, @JRubinBlogger  writes

The bad news: our democracy is deteriorating. The good news: you and I can renovate it, @dsallentess  says. 🗞️Read more here: 📨Sign up to receive Danielle's columns in your inbox:

Should there be an annual coronavirus booster? It depends, @DrLeanaWen  writes.

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#EndSars shows that Muhammadu Buhari is the biggest threat to Nigeria’s democracy, @KarenAttiah  writes

The world is finally reacting to India’s descent into hate, @RanaAyyub  writes

"The land of Mahatma Gandhi, Abul Kalam Azad and Rabindranath Tagore is being reduced to a caricature of hate on the global stage." The latest from @RanaAyyub :

The world continues to ignore the radicalization of India, @RanaAyyub  writes.

“I don’t expect anybody to give two s--ts about my opinions,” D.C. police officer Michael Fanone told CNN. “But I will say this: Those are lies. And peddling that bulls--t is an assault on every officer that fought to defend the Capitol.”

Three years ago, began investigating a story that had weighed on her since high school: Fellow student Amber Wyatt reported that she was raped in a storage shed off a dirt road in their Texas hometown.

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