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Nation Mar 275 overlooked stories that are (almost) entirely politics-free
We’re taking a break from politics to look at these five important stories that were overrun by last week’s news cycle.
Nation Mar 23Attacker’s fatal stabbing of New York black man was ‘racially motivated,’ police say
Authorities arrested and charged a white Baltimore resident on suspicion of murder after he admitted to killing Timothy Caughman, a 66-year-old black man, in New York, police officials said this week.
Nation Mar 23What Kentucky’s religious freedom bill could mean for LGBTQ students
A new bill out of Kentucky protects the religious expression of students in public schools and universities, a move LGBTQ advocates say could allow them to discriminate against fellow students based on their sexual orientation.
Nation Mar 205 important stories that have nothing to do with politics
Here are five stories you may have missed in last week's news dump.
Nation Mar 135 stories that have (almost) nothing to do with politics
Last week, Republicans unveiled a new health bill (and it’s going great, President Donald Trump says), women and Native Americans marched on Washington and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s fashion faux pas lit Twitter on…
Nation Mar 10Strengthened by Standing Rock, Native Americans march on D.C. What’s next for the movement?
Despite bitter cold, wind, rain and hail, hundreds of members of Native American tribes and supporters from around the country turned out Friday to march on the White House, in an effort to turn the momentum of the Standing…
Nation Mar 08School closures on ‘Day Without a Woman’ draw mixed response
Wednesday's "A Day Without a Woman" protest caused some public school districts to close after teachers requested time off, drawing a mixed reaction from parents. The protest was organized by the group that staged the Women's March on Washington in…
Nation Mar 08Amazon releases Echo data in murder case, dropping First Amendment argument
Privacy experts have long thought the Echo to be a "ticking constitutional time bomb," an associate law professor told the NewsHour.
Politics Mar 06Trans teen says if it took 10 years to win his bathroom rights case, ‘I’d stick with it’
Transgender student Gavin Grimm said he remains optimistic in spite of Supreme’s Court refusal to budge in the case.
Nation Mar 065 important stories you shouldn’t miss
Here are some important stories worth a second glance amid a continuing onslaught of tweets and news.