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Trump runs idea of statue garden up the flagpole to see if anyone salutes

"If only statues could vote. They are the perfect American citizens."

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Hard lessons on remote learning in Worcester

Education for thousands of the city's students was set back by problems in distributing laptops and in outreach.

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Self-evident truths, reconsidered

Readers express what the Declaration of Independence means to them in 2020.

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Trump unfurls his view of a ‘Black Lives Matter’ display

The president tweeted that a mural on Fifth Avenue would be a 'symbol of hate.'

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Self-defense is not immoral, and neither is arming oneself

"Other than the criminal, I can’t think of anyone who suffers when a crime is prevented."

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Electoral College, Senate put brakes on true democracy

"These institutions produced a system that permits a minority to run the country, with the support of less than half of the population."

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After three and a half years, we’re getting a really good look at Trump

"There now seems to be a wide swath of the country who are seeing Trump clearly for the first time, and many are not liking what they see."

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As evictions loom, a cloud descends

With a state moratorium on evictions scheduled to end Aug. 18, many fear the impacts to come.