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The Supreme Court hands the religious right a big victory by lying about the facts of a case

Kennedy v. Bremerton School District is a big victory for the religious right, but only because Gorsuch misrepresents the facts of the case.

It’s not just about abortion

How birth control, cancer care, and more could change in a post-Roe America.

Why Democrats keep saying “Roe is on the ballot”

It seems like the only concrete Democratic plan to protect abortion rights is voting.

Republicans are eyeing a nationwide abortion ban. Can they pull it off?

The Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe has made a national ban possible, but Republicans face considerable political obstacles.

What Biden wants to achieve in Europe — and whether he’ll get it

Biden may be stuck with symbolic wins at G7 and NATO summits.

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How to make and sustain relationships in a new city as a single person.

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