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The Supreme Court just handed down very bad news for Black voters

Ardoin v. Robinson could foreshadow a new age of widespread racial gerrymandering.

Another 50 migrant deaths and an ever-climbing body count on the border

Including those found dead in a truck Monday, 290 people have died trying to cross the border in 2022.

The anti-abortion “social safety net”

The right wants "crisis pregnancy centers" to replace abortion clinics.

Think polarization is bad now? Wait till the post-Roe abortion wars get started.

Dobbs is the next stress test for America’s teetering democracy.

Finland and Sweden’s historic NATO bids, explained

Turkey dropped its opposition after striking a deal with the Nordic countries at the NATO summit, paving the way for the alliance to officially expand.

You shouldn’t have to ask your boss for an abortion

Corporate America is an imperfect ally on abortion rights.

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