Kimberly Kindy

Washington Post

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Kimberly Kindy is a national investigative reporter at the Washington Post.

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The recent debates over Confederate Civil War monuments have focused mostly on memorials built long ago, either in the Jim Crow era or those built some 50 years ago as the modern civil…

There are 50 'young' Confederate monuments across the country

The recent debates over Confederate Civil War monuments have focused mostly on memorials built long ago, either in the Jim Crow era or those built some 50 years ago as the modern civil…

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Do you read the list of all those chemical ingredients on food packages? The FDA tests all that stuff to make sure it’s safe, right? Well, no.

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