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‘Stop the Steal’ Didn’t Start With Trump

Not that this was a shock. As an accusation, “voter fraud” has been used historically to disparage the participation of Black voters and immigrants —…

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The Capitol Police Had One Mission. Now the Force Is in Crisis.

The responsibilities of the Capitol Police are vastly different from those of ordinary police departments. The force protects the Capitol grounds, members of Congress and…

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Trainer Barred in New York and Other States for Giving Horse a Racist Name

The New York Racing Association on Saturday barred a prominent trainer from competitions on its circuit for changing the name of one of his horses…

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The Capitol Attack and the Myth of American Innocence

The days leading up to the mob invasion of the Capitol presented several echoes of the intricately planned coup d’état carried out against the city…

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America in 2021: Racial Progress in the South, a White Mob in the Capitol

ATLANTA — The day after Georgia elected a Black descendant of sharecroppers and a young Jewish filmmaker to be U.S. senators, underscoring the rising political…

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Justice Dept. Seeks to Pare Back Civil Rights Protections for Minorities

Last fall, the Department of Housing and Urban Development completed a rule that would have weakened anti-discrimination policies regulating the mortgage industry. The move drew…

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