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Protesters demand an end to mass surveillance by government agencies. (Photo: Susan Melkisethian/flickr/cc)
After initially denying the practice, Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe admitted the government engaged in activity "that could be characterized" as tracking website visits. 
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Demonstrators stand outside a court in London demanding the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Feb. 26, 2020.
"Mr. President, if you grant only one act of clemency during your time in...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Overcrowding, poor sanitary conditions, and chronic health problems have helped exacerbate the spread of Covid-19 in U.S. prisons and jails. (Photo: Spencer Weiner/Getty Images)
"We need to decarcerate to keep people in these places and in the surrounding...

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Further...

More madness. Flynn touts martial law, Trump spews 46 minutes of lunatic lies, Stop the Steal cranks echo him, poll workers face nooses. Kudos, then, to Gabriel Sterling, a GOP election official in Georgia who at an anguished presser ripped Trump's incitement and his toadies' complicity. "This all has to stop," he raged. "Someone is going to get killed." In the end, history attests, "our Vichy Republicans," a silent gutless cult sunk in "the stink of (their) cowardice," will own it all.

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