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The latest effort to market its debt reflects a new level of desperation on the part of the district.
Congress was intended to be the center of political life in the United States, but over successive administrations it has seen its power and influence curtailed.
And fracking has nothing to do with it.
Donald Trump has personally reforged millions of Republican voters’ views on crucial questions about the economy and the state.
Political considerations explain Beijing’s risky rush to help Malaysia’s troubled investment fund.
Merkel’s proposed burqa ban is a clear concession to the right, much to the dismay of admirers who see her as Europe’s last bastion of liberalism.
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