Saudi Arabia beheaded a pro-democracy protester set to attend college in U.S.
Mujtaba al-Sweikat was one of 37 people the kingdom executed on what human rights groups say were trumped-up charges.
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Republicans Have Decided Democracy Is Not Good for Them
From Michigan to North Carolina, GOP legislators are proving they care more about clinging to power than the will of the voters.
Everybody Loves Weed, Midterms Suggest
During a bitterly divided election, red states and blue states both embraced cannabis measures.
America's Next Water Contamination Crisis May Already Be Here
The family of chemicals called PFAS have been used in everything from carpeting to fast food wrappers. They also may have contaminated America's water.
This Town Is Tearing Itself Apart Over Non-Christians Owning Houses
Bay View, Michigan, is an idyllic place that has been consumed by an unlikely 21st-century debate: Should non-Christians be allowed to vote and buy property?
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Trump Is Screwing Over the People Who Got Him Elected
He sold himself as the champion of the downtrodden, but isn't doing anything to alleviate to economic misery he spoke about in 2016.
A candidate who was kicked out of a lunch for heckling Trump is set to become the first Muslim Congresswoman
"He doesn't love Detroit. He doesn't love no one who isn't Donald Trump," he told reporters afterward.
An Amish Guy Started His Own Horse-and-Buggy 'Uber' Service
But don't try to find him on the app.
The Next Flint Water Nightmare Could Be Closer Than You Think
"Flint should be a wake-up call for folks to take a hard look at their drinking systems," says a journalist who wrote a new book on the crisis.
How This Small Town in Trump Country Dumped Its Islamophobic President
His vitriolic Facebook posts inspired protests that nearly tore a Michigan village apart. It's now trying to come back together.
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This Man Was Prepared to Take a Bullet for His $1,700 Louis Vuitton Bag
"You can pry it out of my cold, dead hands."
Feel Free to Cry Along to This Newly Unearthed Sufjan Stevens Set
The set from Calvin College in April 2004 gives us a glimpse at an artist who was still (seemingly) serious about the 50 states project, using nothing more than a guitar and banjo.
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