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Why should we trust Facebook to build the metaverse?

A Q&A with top Meta exec Nick Clegg.

The Supreme Court hands Biden the smallest possible victory in its “Remain in Mexico” case

The Biden v. Texas decision rejects a Trump judge’s absurd reading of federal law, then sends the case right back to that same judge.

The Supreme Court’s fleeting gift to the coal industry

The Supreme Court has limited the EPA’s ability to address climate change. That still won’t save faltering coal plants.

The best movies of 2022 (so far) — and how to watch them

From great blockbusters to a mockumentary about a talking inch-high shell.

The US’s first Black woman senator on what Ketanji Brown Jackson brings to the Supreme Court

Former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun describes the historic significance of this moment.

Why America’s allies are worried about the end of Roe

It’s another sign of America’s increasing unpredictability.

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“She hardly goes out”: Racism is keeping many Asian Americans from going to the doctor

Pandemic-related hate crimes against Asian Americans have left many feeling unsafe in public. The consequences of missed health care will have lasting effects.

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Pregnancy in a post-Roe America

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

Why scientists really, really want to know if there was ever life on Mars

What a lawsuit in Mississippi tells us about the future of abortion pills

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