In an experiment focused on public schools, researchers found religious discrimination against Muslims and atheists was more likely than against Christians.
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In the 2020 election, Democrats worry about foreign interference and Republicans about mail-in voting. But both worry about cheating election officials.
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The 54-year-old construction worker ate a bag-and-a-half of black liquorice every day, doctors say.
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Hear how after school programs in Chicago empowered parents, and how those design principles could improve other government programs.
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Many lawmakers in the US House of Representatives voted in ways that benefited their personal finances, a new study shows.
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The latest survey results from the political science research project Bright Line Watch are in: US democracy gets just 61 out of 100.
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Paper ballots and updated voter machine standards are among the best ways to protect democracy and the security of the election, experts say.
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The new study examines a series of factors surrounding the announcement (or lack thereof) of statewide mask mandates in all 50 states.
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