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Protesters listen during the Jewish Rally for Abortion Justice at Union Square near the Capitol on May 17 in Washington, D.C.
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A rabbi explains why Jews see abortion access as a fundamental religious right.
The court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA strikes down a major tool for fighting climate change.
Grid’s global editor covered the handover of Hong Kong to China. Twenty-five years later, he reports on an exodus from the city.
The FDA must make e-cigarette rules that balance the product’s harm reduction potential against the risks it poses to kids.
Public Health Reporter
Week 18: The flow of weapons, ammunition and military equipment has few parallels in U.S. history. And it shows no sign of ebbing.
Celebrations of the LGBTQ+ community — from all over the world.
A new survey shows more and more people in advanced economies hold unfavorable views of China.
How far will social-media companies go to limit abortion content?
Grid’s global team looks at the next stage of the war, and chances for victory for Russia and Ukraine.
Almost 80 percent of consumers surveyed expect bad times in the year ahead.
Domestic Economics Reporter
“Something needs to be done, or people are going to die and the blood’s going to be on your f-ing hands,” the aide recalls a White House lawyer telling Meadows.
Members of one family held the posts of president and prime minister, and dominated the Parliament. It didn’t end well.
Deputy Global Editor
A 2008 intelligence report warned of a deadly coronavirus pandemic starting in East Asia in this decade. But it whiffed on politics and missed on how to really stop one.