Jo Becker

New York Times

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Jo Becker is an investigative reporter for the New York Times and a four-time Pulitzer Prize-winner for his work with the Times and Washington Post. She is also author of Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality.

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After releasing a chain of e-mails, the President’s son stands accused of participating in Russia’s assault on American democracy.

Donald Trump, Jr. and the Russian emails

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Same-sex marriage is officially the law of the land. Today’s ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court comes after decades of legal battles over same-sex unions.

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It's been almost a year since the  Supreme Court tossed the issue  of same-sex marriage back to state legislatures and lower courts. Now lawsuits are pending in all but five states.

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It's been almost a year since the Supreme Court tossed the issue of same-sex marriage back to state legislatures and lower courts. Now lawsuits are pending in all but five states.

from To the Point

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