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Today β€” October 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

Bill Walker, Governor of Alaska, Suspends Campaign Amid Sinking Polls

By KIRK JOHNSON

Governor Walker, an independent, said he could not win the three-way race next month. He threw his support to former Senator Mark Begich, a Democrat.

Yesterday β€” October 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

With Kavanaugh on Court, Abortion Rights Groups Sharpen Their Focus on the States

By EMILY COCHRANE

The initiatives have two primary goals: to challenge restrictive measures advanced by emboldened states, and to bolster clinics in places friendlier to abortion rights that may become a lifeline.

Where the Streets Have No Names, the People Have No Vote

By DEIRDRE MASK

The Enlightenment gave us street addresses and ushered in democracy. The Age of Un-Enlightenment is using addresses to usher it out.

47,000 Ticks on a Moose, and That’s Just Average. Blame Climate Change.

By KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

Climate change is giving ticks a leg up on their hosts. “It’s about as grody a picture as you can imagine on a dead animal,” a researcher said.

47,000 Ticks on a Moose, and That’s Just Average. Blame Climate Change.

By KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

Climate change is giving ticks a leg up on their hosts. “It’s about as grody a picture as you can imagine on a dead animal,” a researcher said.

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A New Surge at the Border Is Forcing Migrant Families Into Motel Rooms

By MIRIAM JORDAN

So many migrant families are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona that shelter workers are having to put them up for the first time in hotels.

Nonfiction: Were the Founders Against Slavery All Along?

By KHALIL GIBRAN MUHAMMAD

Sean Wilentz’s “No Property in Man” argues that despite some expedient compromises, the Constitution’s writers were careful to plant the seeds of abolition.

A Conservative Group’s Closed-Door β€˜Training’ of Judicial Clerks Draws Concern

By ADAM LIPTAK

The conservative legal movement has long cultivated law students and young lawyers, partly to ensure a deep bench of potential judicial nominees

Senate Truce Collapses as G.O.P. Rush to Confirm More Judges Begins Anew

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

Last week, senators agreed to confirm one last slate of President Trump’s nominees, then recess for the midterm campaign. But on Wednesday, Republicans recommenced the judicial rush.

Nonfiction: Waging War From the Oval Office

By JAY WINIK

Michael Beschloss’s “Presidents of War” looks at the pressures on chief executives when they make the ultimate decision to risk American lives.

News Analysis: No, Trump’s Tax Cut Isn’t Paying for Itself (at Least Not Yet)

By JIM TANKERSLEY

Federal revenues rose slightly in the 2018 fiscal year. But that doesn’t mean the $1.5 trillion tax cut is bringing in more revenue than it’s losing.

Painting Shows Trump Hanging Out With Lincoln and Nixon. He Loves It.

By JULIA JACOBS

The image of the president having a Diet Coke with his Republican predecessors drew online mockery, to the painter’s dismay.

Delayed Obama-Era Rule on Student Debt Relief Is to Take Effect

By STACY COWLEY

A federal judge has opened the door for tens of thousands of borrowers to have their debt forgiven, delivering a blow to the Education Department, which opposed the rule.

Retro Report: Code Name Jane: The Women Behind a Covert Abortion Network

By CLYDE HABERMAN

In the years before abortion became legal, a clandestine group helped women with unwanted pregnancies get around the law.

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