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Police officers detain a man in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Sept. 24.
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A former Russian TV journalist thinks the order will prove to be Putin’s least popular decision.
Hoppy Kercheval, who’s covered Manchin for decades, weighs in.
Domestic Policy Reporter
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Good news for the dollar may mean bad news for the world.
Domestic Economics Reporter
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The NSA and the scope of the State Secrets Protection Act may be in front of the Supreme Court next term.
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Meloni insists she’s not a fascist. Her critics hope that’s true.
Deputy Global Editor
The Russian leader’s ‘partial mobilization’ has sparked confusion and anger in many parts of the country.
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Though the words were spoken nearly 5,000 miles from U.N. headquarters, Putin’s speech at the Kremlin landed with force at the General Assembly.
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The death of Mahsa Amini in police custody has led to the largest protests in Iran in years.
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Politicians use the term ‘sanctuary cities’ for their own gains.
Data Visualization Reporter
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The study offers one of the clearest links yet between biodiversity and public health.
Public Health Reporter
Farmers all over the world count on a commodity that is increasingly expensive and hard to get.
A SCOTUS ruling on health benefits may jeopardize future aid for Puerto Rico, an island at risk in the climate crisis.
There are more than 10,000 asteroids known in near-Earth orbits of “city-buster” size. NASA is putting off a mission to find the ones we don’t know about.