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‘Mein Kampf’ returns to shelves

'Mein Kampf' returns to shelves

Aiden Kent

January 18, 2016

The Munich Institute of Contemporary History in Bavaria, a federal state of Germany, published an academic reissue of Adolf Hitler’s infamous manifesto “Mein Kampf” with annotations on Friday, Jan. 8. Read More »...

Cruz under fire for ‘New York values’ comment

Cruz under fire for 'New York values' comment

Karen Matthews / Associated Press

January 15, 2016

When Ted Cruz sneered at what he called Donald Trump's "New York values," some New Yorkers took it very personally. And in some cases, they responded about the way you'd expect New Yorkers to react. Read More »...

Obama offers vision in final State of the Union

Obama offers vision in final State of the Union

Brendan Pedersen

January 13, 2016

For his final State of the Union, the president did not arrive at the Capitol Building to lecture on policy. Instead,  a seemingly relaxed and even joking president gave a speech that echoed the same hopeful expectations, and goals of his 2008 campaign.  Read More »...

LIVE: State of the Union address

LIVE: State of the Union address

Megan Deppen and Brendan Pedersen

January 12, 2016

Watch President Obama's final State of the Union address above, and follow along as Print Managing Editor Megan Deppen and Contributing Writer Brendan Pedersen provide live updates below. Read More »...

Deportation and the wolf at the door: Immigrant rights organizations upset about raids

Deportation and the wolf at the door: Immigrant rights organizations upset about raids

Rachel Hinton

January 10, 2016

If you hear a knock at the door, Tania Unzueta, a member of the #NotOneMore campaign, warned, don’t open it. Know your rights. Report raids if you see them, and, most importantly, don’t open the door. Read More »...

Supreme Court readies for cases on abortion, affirmative action

Supreme Court readies for cases on abortion, affirmative action

AJ Karolczak

January 10, 2016

The year 2016 is shaping up to be a busy one for the Supreme Court. The court is expected to rule on several high-profile cases in the coming months on issues such as affirmative action, abortion and unionization. Read More »...

Confronting the ‘fierce urgency of now’ on gun control

Confronting the 'fierce urgency of now' on gun control

Rachel Hinton

January 10, 2016

In remarks televised from the East Room of the White House, President Obama laid out his proposal for increased gun control measures Tuesday. Read More »...

Body that investigates Chicago police to detail reforms

Body that investigates Chicago police to detail reforms

Associated Press and Michael Tarm

January 4, 2016

CHICAGO (AP) — A watchdog agency that investigates Chicago police officers said Monday it will implement reforms in the wake of protests over several fatal shootings of African-Americans. Read More »...

AP fact check: Sour notes on immigration, security in debate

AP fact check: Sour notes on immigration, security in debate

Associated Press, Tami Abdollah, and Vivian Salama

December 16, 2015

WASHINGTON (AP) — The vast complexities of a dangerous world were cast in too-simple terms in the latest Republican presidential debate. Read More »...

Obama: Terror threat against US has entered ‘new phase’

Obama: Terror threat against US has entered 'new phase'

Julie Pace

December 6, 2015

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a rare Oval Office address, President Barack Obama vowed Sunday night the United States would overcome a new terror threat that seeks to "poison the minds" of people here and around the world, as he sought to reassure Americans shaken by recent attacks in Paris and California. Read More »...

Discarded cell phone led to Paris attacks ringleader

Discarded cell phone led to Paris attacks ringleader

Associated Press, LORI HINNANT, and KARL RITTER

November 19, 2015

PARIS (AP) — French investigators tracked down the alleged ringleader of last week's Paris bloodshed after receiving a startling tipoff: Read More »...

Concerned students confront legacy of racism

FILE - In this Nov. 9, 2015 file photo, a member of the black student protest group Concerned Student 1950 gestures while addressing a crowd following the announcement that University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe would resign, at the university in Columbia, Mo. Few paid attention when a black student started a hunger strike at the University of Missouri to protest racial strife on campus. As soon as the football team supported that hunger strike by refusing to practice for or play in the schoolís lucrative NCAA games, the universityís president and chancellor were forced out and changes were discussed.  (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)

Rachel Hinton

November 15, 2015

In 1938, Lloyd Gaines, a Missouri resident, became the subject of  Gaines v. Canada, a U.S. Supreme Court case that required the state of Missouri to either let Gaines attend the University of Missouri, Columbia’s law school or create another school that would provide him the same education. Read More »...

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