Coming to Alabama: Newsom’s Abortion-Access Ad, Depicting an Arrest

A woman nervously peers into her rearview mirror as a patrolman activates his car’s lights and sirens. She is less ...
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What to Know About State Laws That Limit or Ban D.E.I. Efforts at Colleges

In recent decades, American universities have expanded their diversity programs to address concerns about the underrepresentation of minority groups on ...
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Trump Cancels North Carolina Rally Due to Storms

After former President Donald J. Trump sat in a courtroom in New York for much of the last week, Saturday ...
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Pro-Israel Groups Promised to Be Active in Democratic Primaries. They Haven’t Done Much Yet.

After Hamas’s Oct. 7 attack on Israel, pro-Israel political groups put the Democratic Party’s most outspoken critics of the Jewish ...
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Necessity Gives Rise to Bipartisanship — for Now

When Congress convened in 2023, an empowered far-right Republican faction in the House threatened to upend Washington and President Biden’s ...
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How Mike Johnson Got to ‘Yes’ on Aid to Ukraine

For weeks after the Senate passed a sprawling aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, Speaker Mike Johnson agonized over ...
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Trump’s Trial Challenge: Being Stripped of Control

“Sir, can you please have a seat.” Donald J. Trump had stood up to leave the Manhattan criminal courtroom as ...
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How the Israel-Gaza Protests Could Hurt the Democratic Party

It’s a nightmare scenario for Democrats: Protesters disrupt their convention this summer; they clash with the police; chaos seems to ...
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In Utah, the Town of Alta Thinks Small, With a School to Match

As a throwback ski destination, Alta, thinks small, with a one-room public school to match. WHY WE’RE HERE We’re exploring ...
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Ex-Philadelphia Officer Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shooting of Boy, 12

A former Philadelphia police officer pleaded guilty on Friday to third-degree murder in the shooting of a fleeing 12-year-old boy ...
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