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January / India / Vaccination
An archaic Senate rule cannot get in the way of protecting our democracy. The filibuster is not worth it.
Many have written about the 13th and 14th amendments, but the origins of their underlying principles can be found, a new book argues, in the 18th century and in an often ignored history of Black activism.
The Senate appears on track to take up the voting rights bill. Opponents say it will allow murderers, teenagers, welfare recipients and illegal immigrants to vote. These attacks are rife with misinformation.