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In its 243-year history, the United States has elected five presidents who won the Electoral College but lost the popular vote.

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This week, President Donald Trump came to Michigan to ask for our votes in an election that’s now less tha

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It’s hard to say how many undecided voters there still are, but to a good deal of them — perhaps, even, to a good deal of those who have already made up their minds — the idea of voting for presidential nominee Joe Biden or for President Donald Trump in November presents something of

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If you’ve been on the Ann Arbor campus of the University of Michigan between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. this past week, you’ve likely heard chants of “Solidarity Forever,” impassioned speeches about quarantine conditions and a noticeable lack of construction noise.

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The month of May this year had been shaping up to be an excellent time for Doja Cat.

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Three minutes without air, three hours without shelter, three days without water and three weeks without food. These are the rules of survival in the wilderness.

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The Graduate Employees’ Organization strike has highlighted two issues confronting institutions of higher education: the pandemic response and policing.

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This election cycle sure has been a hell of a ride. I didn’t think anything would be able to top 2016, but tensions have escalated to a whole new level this year. At least that’s what it seems from what social media would present to you.

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More and more people and health care professionals are coming to the realization that the Body Mass Index, more commonly known as BMI, is largely useless when it comes to assessing one’s health and using it as a weapon to try and shame individuals into losing weight does much more har

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The 2016 Democratic presidential primary saw an unprecedented battle between an accomplished political establishment member and a historically fringe politician the former barely declaring victory after months of vicious Democratic infighting.