I've stayed on the right side of the law, and I've done everything I can to make a life in my home country, which U.S. policy has shaped. It's not enough.
Administration's "bailouts" create needless headwinds in Minnesota and other states.
She's gotten very good at connecting with audiences, she's added substance to her plans, and she's leaving herself some general-election latitude.
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In Hong Kong, Moscow and elsewhere, a citizen-led counternarrative, though not yet a counterrevolution, to repressive regimes.
The Democrats find grist in the Ferguson story, but not the whole story.
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The change was profound, sometimes tragic and not wanted by all, but it began the settlement that would become Minnesota.
Dred Scott sued for his freedom after living here, and the Minnesota Constitution outlawed slavery before the 13th amendment.
Increasing geopolitical, economic threats show the need for leaders to coalesce.
But they need to stick to popular reform and avoid overreach.
CEOs' reordering of stakeholders is long overdue.
At one time, he was against basing American strategic decisions on electoral needs.