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The First African-American to Write a Major Television Series
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The First African-American to Write a Major Television Series

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Donna

Mike Davis, Who Wrote of Los Angeles and Catastrophe, Dies at 76 Davis, who was the first African-American to write a major television mini-series for both the CBS and NBC television networks and who...

Toronto’s COVID-19 hot spots are not where one might expect them to be
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Toronto’s COVID-19 hot spots are not where one might expect them to be

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Donna

These maps show Toronto’s current COVID-19 hot spots are not where you think they are. A new map designed by the Toronto Public Library shows a number of areas that have experienced a spike...

The Six Takeaways From The Brady vs. Adkins Debate
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The Six Takeaways From The Brady vs. Adkins Debate

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Donna

4 Takeaways From the Last Kemp-Abrams Debate Before Election Day Presidential campaigns are a great time to talk about policy, but it's also a great time to talk about the candidate. This is especially...

The Desert That Shapes Our Lives
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The Desert That Shapes Our Lives

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Donna

The Desert Changed My Life. It Can Change Yours, Too. It’s a common theme: The desert shapes our lives, but can also change them. And why not? It’s hot, dry, vast, and utterly different...

The Federal Government Is Too Big and Not Big enough
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The Federal Government Is Too Big and Not Big enough

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Donna

A ‘Period Dignity Officer’ Seemed Like a Good Idea. Until a Man Was Named. This column is part of the American Spectator's ongoing series on the future of law. See all of our recent...