Germany Is in Shock. Its Politicians Are on Autopilot.

That’s depressing, in a way. But it’s not very surprising. For one, the country’s mainstream parties have moved closer to one another on policy since the last campaign, in 2017. They agree on so many things now — modernizing the state, managing

Court Overturns F.D.A. Ban on School’s Electric Shock Devices

Former residents have also complained of burn marks, accidental shocks and other abuses. “It’s not safe. It doesn’t feel safe,” Jennifer Msumba, a student from 2002 to 2009, said in testimony to the F.D.A. in 2014. “I ended up having nightmares weekly,

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