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Active duty police in major U.S. cities appear on purported Oath Keepers rosters

Hacked records purported to be from the extremist group Oath Keepers include the names of active-duty law enforcement officers in New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago, NPR and WNYC/Gothamist found.

No Lies Psalm Trees & Moose Dawa feat. Andras Szilagyi
Release Psalm Trees & Moose Dawa

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'Woke Racism': John McWhorter argues against what he calls a religion of anti-racism

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ABBA is back with new music and plans for a high-tech stage show

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Dancing Queen Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Voting rights activists say Democrats in Washington need to do their job

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Dying Light Freddie Joachim
Serenade Freddie Joachim
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Chameleon Brendan Canning

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Active-duty police in major U.S. cities appear on purported Oath Keepers rosters

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'Dexter: New Blood' struggles to find fresh meaning in an old story

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Biden's vaccine rules for 100 million workers are here. These are the details

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