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Book Review: Anonymous Public Servants Are The Heart Of George Stephanopoulos’ ‘Situation Room

BOOK REVIEW: Memoirist Lilly Dancyger’s Penetrating Essays Explore The Power Of Female Friendships

Italy’s Meloni Opens Africa Summit To Unveil Plan To Boost Development And Curb Migration

Israel Defends Itself At The UN’s Top Court Against Allegations Of Genocide In Gaza

Police Investigating Incidents Involving Colorado Justices After Trump Removed From State’s Ballot

The Right To Protest Is Under Threat In Britain, Undermining A Pillar Of Democracy

The Constitution’s Insurrection Clause Threatens Trump’s Campaign. Here Is How That Is Playing Out

The Color Purple: It’s A New Movie And An Old Hue That’s Rich In Meaning And History

A Rwandan Doctor In France Faces 30 Years In Prison For Alleged Role In His Country’s 1994 Genocide

Journalists Tackle A Political What-If: What Might A Second Trump Presidency Look Like?

Kenya Marks 60 Years Of Independence, And The President Defends Painful Economic Measures

Former US Ambassador Arrested In Florida, Accused Of Serving As An Agent Of Cuba, AP Source Says

Israel Recalls Ambassador Ahead Of South African Parliamentary Vote To Shut Down Israeli Embassy

Officials In Liberia Formally Declare Boakai The President-Elect Days After Incumbent Weah Conceded

Federal Appeals Court Deals A Blow To Voting Rights Act, Ruling That Private Plaintiffs Can’t Sue

Biden Says ‘Revitalized Palestinian Authority’ Should Eventually Govern Gaza And The West Bank

Liberian President George Weah Concedes Defeat After Provisional Results Show Challenger Won Runoff