The House GOP’s investigations are flopping
House Republicans are still looking for their next Benghazi. But their investigations are unpopular.
What an assault weapons ban could — and couldn’t — do to end US mass shootings
Biden again called for an assault weapons ban after the Nashville shooting. Why hasn’t Congress acted?
Why Jonathan Majors’s assault arrest is so disturbing — and so complicated
The Marvel star faces domestic assault charges, and now other allegations spanning years.
What we know about the Nashville school shooting
A shooting on Monday has left at least three students and three adults dead.
Longtime Starbucks CEO gets a chance to tell Congress why he’s been busting unions
A Senate hearing, strikes, and a shareholder vote could force Starbucks to take its union seriously.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski-and-run trial is a reminder that stars are not like us
Countersuing an optometrist for a ski slope collision is basically Gwyneth Paltrow’s White Lotus audition.
America’s unique, enduring gun problem, explained
The factors that lead to tragedies like Covenant School are deeply ingrained in US politics, culture, and law.
The 3 big questions facing Israel after Netanyahu delays judicial overhaul
Netanyahu paused the judicial overhaul. Hard questions about Israel remain.
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The Israeli-Israeli conflict
Far-right judicial reforms have inspired what might be the largest protests in the history of Israel. If adopted, the reforms could spell the end of democracy in the world’s only majority-Jewish country.