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Should we know where our friends are at all times?

"I love you, now let me watch your location 24/7."

A big El Niño is looming. Here’s what it means for our weather.

How warm water in the Pacific shapes storms, droughts, and record heat around the world.

How anti-LGBTQ sentiment is affecting Pride

Regressive laws, waning corporate allyship, and threats of violence stoke fear and confusion.

Is Apple’s weird headset the future?

Apple’s new goggles aren’t for normals. Not yet, anyway. So why does Apple want to show them off?

The Republican revolt over the debt limit deal, explained

There’s a deal to avoid a catastrophic default on the US debt. But will House Republicans go for it?

The potential fallout from drone attacks in Moscow

Attacks inside Russia could shift public opinion on Putin’s war in Ukraine.

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The Kia Boyz are coming for your car

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The fate of affirmative action

What you need to know about the upcoming SCOTUS ruling on affirmative action

A debt ceiling breach would be bad bad bad bad bad

Is the US really about to be unable to pay its bills?

A 10-year-old Ohio rape victim got an abortion. Now her doctor is being punished.


The two men who derailed Sudan’s revolution

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Clarence Thomas’s newest opinion would literally bring back child labor

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Two of January 6’s most famous faces are getting serious sentences

The high-stakes debate over how the US defines “antisemitism”

Target giving in to conservative pressure on Pride is not a great sign

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