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Critics say the Trump administration's proposed changes protect those accused of sexual assault at the expense of victims.

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Out of this world
On the night of the lunar eclipse, Dearborn Observatory’s dome was frozen shut. Instead, graduate students and volunteers set up three small telescopes outside.
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I looked down and my snow cone was melting
Democratic divides
@Copmala is conveying the message that these progressive candidates aren’t real progressives.
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Money money money
As you sink in your seat thinking about how you will manage to get all $140 together in the next few days, the final bombshell lands: there is a course packet full of readings for the class.
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Make no mistake about it: college basketball season is in full swing.
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Tell it to me straight
We started the week going into the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

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This Is My Jam
The past two years alone have seen a surge in disco-inspired songs.
This Is My Jam
Hasan Minhaj challenged those norms when Netflix began sponsoring his weekly series on U.S. central topics, Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, this past October.
This Is My Jam
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This Is My Jam
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This Is My Jam
Songs that will make you feel like you're in Miami, or make you want to hit up an ex you never had.
This Is My Jam
Cuffing szn and R&B go hand-in-hand.
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From May 25 to June 23, Kanye’s label G.O.O.D. Music dropped one album every week, each exclusively containing beats produced by Mr. West himself from his studio in Wyoming.
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