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Prayer Celebration • Believers, on February 10, pray around a platform—covered with candles attached to jars of honey—during a ceremony marking the day of Saint Haralampi, Orthodox patron saint of beekeepers, at the Church of the Blessed Virgin in Eastern Bulgaria.
The Exhausted Americans • A growing number of citizens are fed up and want an end to “toxic polarization,” says crisis negotiator Peter Coleman. They may be sufficiently motivated to change the status quo.
Building Back Better • Repairing the damage of the Trump years gives America a chance to redefine what being a citizen should mean
Europe’s Conspiracy Theory Echo Chamber • Several publishers and bloggers on the continent have repeated known falsehoods about both the election and the January 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol
READY TO RUMBLE • A record number of REPUBLICAN WOMEN are in Congress this year. They’re more conservative as a group than in the past and READY TO PUSH hard for what they believe in
NIKKI HALEY’S OPEN FIELD • The Capitol riots cleared the way for a 2024 run by a daughter of immigrants who offers Trumpism-without-Trump
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