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How many Russian soldiers have been killed in Ukraine? What we know, how we know it and what it really means.
Tracing a conspiracy culture throughout U.S. history: Sarah Kendzior on why con men are an American institution

Tracing a conspiracy culture throughout U.S. history: Sarah Kendzior on why con men are an American institutionTracing a conspiracy culture throughout U.S. history: Sarah Kendzior on why con men are an American institution

Sarah Kendzior explains how American history is littered with people who gained power and wealth by manipulating distrust.

Afghans who helped the U.S. are stuck under Taliban rule: ‘Delays in the program are effectively killing people’

Afghans who helped the U.S. are stuck under Taliban rule: ‘Delays in the program are effectively killing people’Afghans who helped the U.S. are stuck under Taliban rule: ‘Delays in the program are effectively killing people’

The State Department says it’s processing visas at a reasonable speed, but tens of thousands of Afghans are stuck in a dangerous limbo.

What happens to labor productivity and the economy when it’s always someone’s first day at work

What happens to labor productivity and the economy when it’s always someone’s first day at workWhat happens to labor productivity and the economy when it’s always someone’s first day at work

How Starbucks’ customized drinks and slow waits at the airline counter could explain the slumping economy.

He was a Taliban target, now he works in a car dealership; how a U.S. soldier got one Afghan to safety

He was a Taliban target, now he works in a car dealership; how a U.S. soldier got one Afghan to safety He was a Taliban target, now he works in a car dealership; how a U.S. soldier got one Afghan to safety

Wazir Gul saved American lives and narrowly escaped the Taliban. One year later, he’s still fighting for a visa, and fighting to bring his family to America.

Supermoons aren’t all that rare, astronomers say. But they’re still worth a look.

Supermoons aren’t all that rare, astronomers say. But they’re still worth a look. Supermoons aren’t all that rare, astronomers say. But they’re still worth a look.

Though scientifically insignificant, there’s value in their luster.

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Trump invoked the Fifth Amendment. It’s a tactic his allies know well.

Trump invoked the Fifth Amendment. It’s a tactic his allies know well.Trump invoked the Fifth Amendment. It’s a tactic his allies know well.

They have routinely pleaded the Fifth to the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

The Inflation Reduction Act offers a slew of rebates and tax incentives. Here are the big ones.

The Inflation Reduction Act offers a slew of rebates and tax incentives. Here are the big ones. The Inflation Reduction Act offers a slew of rebates and tax incentives. Here are the big ones.

The soon-to-be law incentivizes consumers to buy electric cars and make energy-efficient home upgrades.

The FBI’s Trump search warrant for Mar-a-Lago has been unsealed. Here’s what’s in it.

The FBI’s Trump search warrant for Mar-a-Lago has been unsealed. Here’s what’s in it.The FBI’s Trump search warrant for Mar-a-Lago has been unsealed. Here’s what’s in it.

A federal judge unsealed the search warrant that led to FBI agents seizing items from Mar-a-Lago.

World in Photos: Brazilians take to the streets – demanding fair elections

World in Photos: Brazilians take to the streets – demanding fair electionsWorld in Photos: Brazilians take to the streets – demanding fair elections

Protests erupted in some of Brazil’s biggest cities against the current Bolsonaro administration. Protesters say they’re worried that upcoming elections won’t be fair.