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The Consumer Fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act, explained

Democrats want oil and gas companies to pay for their greed, but critics believe that won’t reverse high fuel prices.

The European country where “replacement theory” reigns supreme

How Hungary turned replacement theory into state ideology.

Is the center shrinking in the Democratic primaries?

Democratic voters are moving their party to the left — and dragging candidates with them.

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

Doug Mastriano’s primary win was bigger than anyone expected. Now some Democrats regret their wish for a matchup with him.

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

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

Title 42, the controversial Trump-era border policy, explained

A Louisiana judge is preventing Biden from ending the policy as planned.

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Why the right is thirsty for Hungary

The Conservative Political Action Conference, which is like Republican Coachella, is usually held stateside, but this week it's throwing a party in Budapest, Hungary. Noel King got kicked out.

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

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