Many packs based on characters will contain the cards they used in the anime.
Sairagul Sauytbay testified that she had been trained to teach "political ideology" instructors at internment camps in Xinjiang, China.
Ralph Northam lost the support of a progressive group just days before Virginia's gubernatorial election.
Republicans are offering a choice between sanctuary cities and thousand mile anti-rapist walls.
The heartland bird has lost 80 percent of its range in part because of renewable energy development.
The deadly clashes in Gaza drew impassioned responses from readers on both sides of the issue. Arguing that Hamas is not solely at fault, one said, "Gaza has been made a prison by the Israelis." Another defended Israel's action, saying, "There is no moral equivalent between terrorism and self-defense." Is Peace in the Middle East Possible?In the Jan. 12 issue, both Daniel Klaidman ("A Plan of Attack for Peace") and Aaron David Miller ("If Obama Is Serious") suggest that a...
'The Fed Who Blew the Whistle': Readers were concerned about whistle-blower Thomas Tamm's fate. One wondered why "few in the Justice Department were as troubled as Tamm about the illegality of the secret domestic wiretapping program or had the courage of his convictions." Nearly all labeled Tamm a hero. "Whistle-blowers like him are heroes because they are protecting 'We the people'," one wrote.
From a distance, Watergate seems like a partisan affair. But that's because we tend to look at it nowadays through red- and blue-tinted glasses. In truth, President Nixon was forced to resign in 1974 by Republicans in Congress like Barry Goldwater, who realized from the so-called smoking-gun tape that he was a crook.
Rob Gregory wanted to do better at his job selling used factory-ventilation systems in Kansas City. So three years ago he bought a "subliminal" audiotape called "Unconditional Love." All Gregory heard was "some synthesized music and weird gongs." But buried beneath the sounds, supposedly, were inaudible messages subconsciously persuading him to feel better about other people.