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Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students

“It took a leader like Kenneth Marcus to finally decide the ZOA’s appeal and to also make it clear that O.C.R. will finally be using a definition of anti-Semitism that makes sense and that reflects how anti-Semitism is so frequently expressed today, particularly on our college campuses,” they wrote. “Hate …

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South Korean Leader Urges ‘Bold Decisions’ on North’s Denuclearization

SEOUL, South Korea — As President Trump considers a second summit meeting with Kim Jong-un, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea called Tuesday for both leaders to make “bold decisions” that will keep the process of North Korean denuclearization moving forward. The White House revealed on Monday that Mr. Trump …

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Pompeo Says There’s ‘a Ways to Go’ Before North Korea Fulfills Nuclear Vows

SINGAPORE — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed growing exasperation with North Korea on Friday, accusing its government of refusing to respect a promise to President Trump to stop, or even slow, Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program. Speaking to reporters while flying to Singapore — a trip intended in part to …

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A ‘Rainbow Wave?’ 2018 Has More L.G.B.T. Candidates Than Ever

A record number of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender candidates are running for office in November, as the Trump administration and state-level politicians have moved to roll back some legal protections. Sharice Davids, a leading Democrat in a top congressional primary in Kansas on Tuesday, is a lesbian and Native …

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Zephyr Teachout Is Running for Attorney General. But Her Real Target Is Trump.

“Because of the internet, governments, corporations and citizens of other countries can now meaningfully participate in United States elections,” began the article in The Berkeley Journal of International Law. “They can, in short, influence who wins and who loses. Depending on your intuitions, this might seem like a very good …

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