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Bob Moses, 1960s civil rights leader who saw math as road to equality, dies at 86
He founded the Algebra Project, a math education initiative aimed at rural and inner-city students.
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New Jersey Democrats want ‘fairness’ in Biden’s trillion-dollar agenda. They’re in for a fight.
N.J. lawmakers say their state was targeted by Trump as an affluent Democratic stronghold, and now they want payback. That is starting to conflict with the party’s broader agenda.
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James Polk, Pulitzer winner for Watergate reporting, dies at 83
He worked for the old Washington Star and later for NBC and CNN.
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Bipartisan infrastructure bill in the Senate is an island in a sea of partisanship
The partisan conflict over the Jan. 6 select committee in the House — and GOP moves to derail it — reflect where politics in Congress really stand
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Surge of covid delta variant poses new political threat to Biden and his agenda
The White House has sought to place blame elsewhere, calling the resurgence “a pandemic of the unvaccinated” and scolding social-media platforms for misinformation that leads people to refuse vaccinations.
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Biden attacks Trump at Virginia rally, tying McAuliffe’s opponent to ex-president
After mostly avoiding direct attacks on Trump, Biden says Friday he “whipped Donald Trump in Virginia” and so will McAuliffe, highlighting a key strategy for Democratic candidates: linking opponents to Trump.
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‘Patience has worn thin’: Frustration mounts over vaccine holdouts
Millions continue to refuse coronavirus shots as the delta variant drives new outbreaks
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When does Florida’s coronavirus surge become a problem for Ron DeSantis?
If ever?
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