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In ‘Power,’ Policing and Politics Are Inextricable

Though Yance Ford’s new Netflix documentary takes on a much-explored topic, its mix of personal and polemic makes for a…

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Rolling Blackouts Hit Several Cities as Heat Wave Scorches Mexico

Cities were plunged into darkness as scorching temperatures strained the national energy grid.

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Europe Is About to Drown in the River of the Radical Right

Europe is awash with worry. Ahead of parliamentary elections widely expected to deliver gains to the hard right, European leaders…

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Hamas and Fatah Officials, Longtime Rivals, Met in China

Officials from Hamas and Fatah, the main Palestinian factions that have long competed for power in Gaza and the West…

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Tripling the World’s Nuclear Energy Capacity Is a Fantasy

World leaders are not unaware of the nuclear industry’s long history of failing to deliver on its promises, or of…

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Donald Trump’s Secret Shame About New York City Haunts His Trial

With jury selection underway in Donald Trump’s criminal trial in Lower Manhattan, the former president’s chickens have finally come home…

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An Essential Part of Modern Life That Armies Should Never Attack Again

In late March, after two years of withering attacks on Ukraine, Russia knocked out half of Ukraine’s power supply. Up…

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America’s Energy Needs and Climate Goals

More from our inbox: A ‘Workers Bridge’ for BaltimoreTrump and the $60 BibleCan Just Anyone Run?Flaco’s Cruel Fate Is Not…

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100 Days of Javier Milei

Argentina’s new president, Javier Milei, has been in office for just over 100 days. Since his inauguration on Dec. 10,…

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A Chance for Hope in Haiti’s Latest Crisis

Dead bodies are rotting on the streets of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince. Clean drinking water is scarce, and a cholera outbreak…

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