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Why Adnan Syed’s case from Serial became a national phenomenon

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The Inflation Reduction Act: What’s inside lawmakers’ once-in-a-generation stab at solving climate change

The Inflation Reduction Act: What’s inside lawmakers’ once-in-a-generation stab at solving climate changeThe Inflation Reduction Act: What’s inside lawmakers’ once-in-a-generation stab at solving climate change

The bill, expected to clear the House later this week, tackles drug pricing and addresses climate change.

Gun control after Uvalde: What could work, what won’t work, and what we can learn from the world

Gun control after Uvalde: What could work, what won’t work, and what we can learn from the worldGun control after Uvalde: What could work, what won’t work, and what we can learn from the world

Polling indicates Americans favor gun reforms like “red flag” laws and assault weapons bans, but the reality is much more complicated.

How inflation became America’s greatest economic problem

How inflation became America’s greatest economic problem How inflation became America’s greatest economic problem

The last time inflation was this high, the Fed engineered a severe recession. Unfortunately, the problem is much more complex now. Can the off-ramp to spiking inflation go better this time?

The Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion could overturn Roe v. Wade: What this means

The Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion could overturn Roe v. Wade: What this meansThe Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion could overturn Roe v. Wade: What this means

Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion overturning the Supreme Court decision establishing the right to abortion spells huge consequences for politics, the law and public health.

The death penalty: The past and uncertain future of executions in America

The death penalty: The past and uncertain future of executions in AmericaThe death penalty: The past and uncertain future of executions in America

Fewer people are being sentenced to death, and concerns about cruelty and racial bias remain, but some states are trying to move ahead with executions anyway.