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What the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling means for air pollution — and your health

Most Americans breathe unhealthy air, and weakening the EPA won’t help.

Should I delete my period app? And other post-Roe privacy questions.

How police can find out where you’ve been, and what you can do about it.

How the “lost cities” of the Amazon were finally found

And why they were so hard to see.

Even bosses are joining the Great Resignation

New data shows a growing number of managers are quitting.

What’s going on with Georgia’s Trump investigation?

Georgia’s January 6 grand jury subpoenaed key Trump allies. That’s a big deal.

Democrats’ latest attempt at resurrecting Build Back Better, explained

This iteration focuses on provisions to reduce prescription drug prices.

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How the US learned to love sanctions

The US hoped sanctions would end Russia’s war in Ukraine quickly. We revisit our conversation with historian Nicholas Mulder who explains the surprising history of economic penalties as a weapon of war.

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Pregnancy in a post-Roe America

Our maternal mortality rate was already bad. What happens now?

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