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Three months after Super Tuesday, the presidential primary is finally coming to California. That the Democratic Party still has two candidates in the race this late in the game reflects a highly divided...

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On Sunday voters across Puerto Rico headed to the polls and cast their votes for their preferred Democratic nominee. Early results show Hillary Clinton came out about 20 points ahead of Bernie Sanders,...

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Across the world, the current generation of youth has been remarkably active in mobilizing against inequality. From the Arab Spring and the global Occupy movement to many political campaigns across the...

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Pico Rivera is a dusty working-class Latino suburb of Los Angeles. After the school district, Wal-Mart is the city’s largest employer and the source of 10 percent of its tax revenue. More than 500 families...

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Take America back from those who have stolen it. Protect America from those who want to destroy it. Restore the principles that these usurpers betrayed. These are the messages that have defined the GOP...

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A record high number of men and women in jail are committing suicide in the United States. Most incidents do not get major attention and are only known to known to the families of the prisoners involved...

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Editor’s note: This article is part of our collaboration with Point Taken, a new program from WGBH which next airs on Tuesday, May 31 on PBS and online at pbs.org. The show features fact-based debate...

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Many take time on Memorial Day to remember the Americans who have given their lives in service to our country. For veterans and their families, that sentiment of remembrance is felt year-round. Many veterans...

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As it seeks to modernize its nuclear arsenal, the United States faces a big choice, one which Barack Obama failed to mention during his moving Hiroshima speech on May 27. Should we spend a trillion dollars...

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Brazil is in the midst of its worst political crisis since the 1960s and possibly its most severe economic downturn in the last 100 years. The economy will not – and cannot – improve until the country...