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The once-derided open-source encyclopedia is the closest thing the internet has to an oasis of truth. Now a single-user ban has exposed the deep rifts between Wikipedia's libertarian origins and its egalitarian aspirations, and threatened that stability.
Over two nights and 20 candidates, not a whole lot has particularly stood out during the first democratic presidential primary debate. But just past the hour mark on Thursday night, Kamala Harris launched a full-frontal attack on frontrunner Joe Biden that caught everyone's attention.
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Nearly every printed piece of paper is covered in small yellow dots.
White supremacists are co-opting the Middle Ages in the name of ethnic cleansing. Fighting back requires the rigorous advancement of better, fuller stories about the period.
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Professional mountain biker Bryan Regnier rides the crest of a mountain on the French Polynesian island of Tahiti.
Time to shake off whatever post-"Endgame" theater fatigue you have, because Peter Parker's back for his second MCU star outing. Does this movie manage to tie up the franchise's hanging threads while *still* telling a good "Spider-Man" story?
A crash on Peña Boulevard, a road leading to Denver International Airport, prompted the app to take drivers on a detour on Sunday. But it was too good to be true.
A friendly reminder: always double check which gear you're in before you step on the gas.
FiveThirtyEight gave updates and analysis on the debate as it happened.
A little over 30 years ago, a Northern Neck fisherman named Emerson Stevens went to prison for the brutal slaying of a homecoming queen and mother of two. Now, a reexamination of the case by a hard-charging UVA lawyer has turned up troubling questions. Did police have the wrong man?