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Rash Report: Moonshot showed America at its best

Political and social strife was omnipresent 50 years ago, too, but the country did not let it eclipse its mission and achievement.

Lunar landing was a feat for the ages

Brave astronauts, an intrepid crew and a courageous country believed in the nation's mission.
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Special-interest money flooded Minnesota's 2018 elections

A new report by the Minesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board breaks states that expenditures totaled over $61 million. But that's not the whole picture.
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Remember John Paul Stevens for his intellect, decency

America is better because of his service to the Supreme Court.
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When the Eagle landed, one small exclamation said it all


'Send her back' and Trump 2020

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John Paul Stevens (1920-2019) was a Supreme Court hall-of-famer

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