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The US just deepened its commitment to Ukraine by $40 billion

The Senate approved a massive military, economic, and humanitarian aid package.

Will philanthropists step up in a world without Roe?

Foundations love funding reproductive health care, unless it’s for an abortion.

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TSA PreCheck, Clear, and how the airport splits travelers into haves and have-nots.

The developing Covid crisis in Beijing, explained

Covid has been running amok in the Chinese capital. What happens there will reverberate around the world.

The future of 911 is a little bit creepy

As the 911 system adapts to the age of cellphones, it’s gaining access to all kinds of new data, too.

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The Japanese tradition of hanami is the highlight of every spring.

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How to lose a democracy in 10,000 days

The same man who helped usher in democracy in Hungary is the one who’s chipping away at it now. American conservatives want to know how Prime Minister Viktor Orban did it.

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The Supreme Court just made it much easier to bribe a member of Congress

John Fetterman is redefining how swing-state Democrats campaign

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Lebanon is in political crisis. Sunday’s elections won’t change that.

Summer Lee could be the latest addition to the Squad

Bill Gates knows philanthropy alone can’t solve inequality

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