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A Month Before George Floyd’s Death, Black And White Americans Differed Sharply In Confidence In The Police
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Outrage over racial profiling and the killing of African Americans by police officers and vigilantes
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To regain a sense of control during the pandemic, some Americans have resorted to shopping.
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45 of the 57 largest cities in the United States doubled in solar capacity over
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If the deaths caused by the recent COVID-19 outbreak aren’t already enough, there are escalating
Can we rebuild the United States after President Trump is gone? And how would we
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There are currently more than 30 states in America that have in some way legalized
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China boasts the largest military in the world in terms of available active military manpower,
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The House of Representatives has impeached President Donald Trump. Attention now turns to the Senate.
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As the NATO summit begins in London on Dec. 3, it brings together leaders of
There are more than 30 million small businesses within the United States as of 2018. Small businesses create
United States lore has it that the first Thanksgiving was in 1621, when Plymouth colonists
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Our world is becoming more and more diverse as people continue to move from their
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