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Opinion: 4,000 beagles just got a gift from the Justice Department

A seven-month undercover investigation by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) last year found that the dogs had been “warehoused” in “prison-like” conditions. USDA inspectors found numerous violations including “live insects, worms, maggots, beetles, flies, ants, mold, and feces,” in the dogs’ food and said that 300 puppies …

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Opinion: Trump’s ego and greed help divide a sport

Long his passion, the game has been roiled by controversy over a new tour (comparable to a league) that’s backed by a Saudi sovereign wealth fund. Players must choose between tradition and the big money offered by this new tour, burdened with the association with Saudi Arabia’s appalling human rights …

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Opinion: Chipping away at globalization is a smart move

The bill which aims to restore American leadership in manufacturing advanced semiconductors, the cutting-edge computer chips in everything from smartphones to airplanes, was backed by a bipartisan vote (64 to 33). It provides semiconductor producers with more than $70 billion to build new chip factories, called foundries, in the US. …

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