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An oil industry consultant explains why she’s had enough

She says Shell "blatantly doesn’t care" about climate change.

Why Biden’s off-the-cuff comment about defending Taiwan matters

Biden hasn’t discarded longtime policy toward Taiwan, but it sounds like he has.

Why the Depp-Heard trial is so much worse than you realize

Amber Heard is just the first target of a new extremist playbook.

Pandemic school reopenings were not just about politics

What researchers are still learning about in-person instruction during Covid-19.

The progressive push to oust the last anti-abortion House Democrat, explained

A South Texas runoff could show how motivating abortion rights can be for voters.

The problem of global energy inequity, explained by American refrigerators

The average fridge in the US consumes more electricity in a year than an average person in dozens of countries.

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Finland and Sweden have entered the chat

Their admission to NATO would further isolate Russia, leaving it the only Arctic country outside the alliance.

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Is the center shrinking in the Democratic primaries?

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The Fortress of Solitude is a fraught and uneasy love letter to a vanished Brooklyn

Oklahoma isn’t waiting for the Supreme Court to ban all abortions

Doug Mastriano really believes Trump’s lies about 2020. He also might be Pennsylvania’s next governor.

What Biden’s approach to Asia misses

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The messy, Democrat-on-Democrat fight over New York’s congressional map, explained

A wild new court decision would blow up much of the government’s ability to operate

“A lot of unnecessary loss of life”: The White House’s dire warning on Covid-19 funding

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The scourge of the “time tax”

The miserable sludge of applying for government aid.

The European country where “replacement theory” reigns supreme

One Good Thing: Watching the cherry blossoms in the end times

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The developing Covid crisis in Beijing, explained

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Why Germany is hooked on Russian gas

New York’s restrictive gun laws didn’t stop the Buffalo shooter

Will philanthropists step up in a world without Roe?

Are microloans encouraging women to join risky multilevel marketing schemes?

Kendrick Lamar’s Auntie Diaries is a clumsy attempt at trans acceptance

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Play-to-earn gaming sounds too good to be true. It probably is.

The video game industry’s clumsy flirtation with Web3 doesn’t feel like it has actual players in mind.

2 winners and 2 losers from the Pennsylvania and North Carolina primaries

Social media platforms still can’t stop mass shooting videos from going viral

Finland and Sweden’s historic NATO bids, explained

What Mariupol’s fall means for Russia — and Ukraine

Where “replacement theory” comes from — and why it refuses to go away

Biden’s 3 choices on student loans

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