Fifty years ago something new and exciting was taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Scandinavian country had lifted the ban on pornography on July 1, 1969, and on October 21, 1969, the world’s first
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Former special counsel Robert Mueller is finally testifying before Congress, and boy are some representatives testing his patience. The first of Mueller's two hearings on Capitol Hill began Wednesday He
Curtis Flowers, a Mississippi man whose imprisonment and death sentence for murder formed the basis of the second season of investigative journalism podcast In the Dark, has had his conviction overturned
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