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The Catch-22 of indicting Trump

Does prosecuting Trump help or hurt the rule of law? Yes.

The indictment adds to a long list of times Republicans have backed Trump

It’s the latest of example of the GOP rallying around the former president.

The best precedent for Trump’s indictment is (gulp) Israel

The recent chaos in Israel shows how Trump’s indictment could set America aflame.

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.

The number of uninsured Americans is about to jump dramatically

Starting April 1, states will begin removing millions of people off Medicaid as its pandemic-era expansion expires

Trans people deserve better journalism

How the anti-trans movement took over legacy media.

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Florida man indicted

Donald Trump is the first US president to be indicted. Now what? Vox’s Andrew Prokop explains.

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Elon Musk wants to fill your Twitter feed with paid accounts

What fake pop stars say about our real world

What is Narcan? The opioid overdose spray, explained.

Your biggest questions about Trump’s indictment, answered

What is an indictment, anyway?

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Trump can run for president from prison. Just ask Eugene Debs.

Will Trump’s indictment help or hurt his 2024 campaign?

The lawsuit that threatens everything from cancer screenings to birth control, explained

Migrants were left for dead in a Mexican detention center. Was it a preventable tragedy?

How Disney just beat Ron DeSantis

The first US journalist was just arrested in Russia since the Cold War

Why train derailments involving hazardous chemicals keep happening

How fake AI images can expand your mind

The media wants the audience’s trust. But is it being earned?

Swarm isn’t a love letter to Black women. It’s hate mail.

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Medicaid’s “Great Unwinding”

Medicaid’s continuous enrollment, discontinued.

The influencers getting rich by teaching you how to get rich

How unbelievably realistic fake images could take over the internet

Starbucks won’t admit to breaking the law by union busting

What bullets do to kids

It’s not just Stormy Daniels: The potential federal indictments against Trump, explained

The world’s largest crypto exchange is in trouble with the US government

Serial’s Adnan Syed was finally free. Zoom got his conviction reinstated.

How to test what an AI model can — and shouldn’t — do

Are buy now, pay later services like Klarna and Apple Pay Later a scam?

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The RESTRICT Act is more bad news for TikTok

AI leaders (and Elon Musk) urge all labs to press pause on powerful AI

What we know about the Nashville school shooting

Conservatives are using the tragedy in Nashville to push their anti-trans agenda

Has TikTok made us better? Or much, much worse?

Refrigerators have gotten really freaking good. Thanks, Jimmy Carter.

To make the present feel more meaningful, think beyond it

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