The state compares favorably when looking at key metrics, and often bests its bordering states.
Our system almost requires parties to cater to the extremists, and until that's reformed, democracy will continue to falter.
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New leaders in Jerusalem and Washington will contend with a bilateral relationship that's become more political than diplomatic.
Bryan Wells, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's chief scientist, talks about the evolving role of science in the Western alliance.
There's still so much unknown about black holes, but the more we discover, the closer we get to understanding our universe.
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As the war endures, so must support and attention from Americans and citizens of other countries.
For answers, ask.
Saving a chunk of surplus is prudent as the legislative session heads to the finish line.
Consumers and taxpayers are paying for this shortage.
However well-intended, suppression doesn't end well.
Others tweet out trash talk.