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Democrats’ Cowardice and Complicity in the Post-Roe World

Natasha Lennard

The liberal establishment refuses to take any sort of risk in the service of women’s and other pregnant people’s lives.

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In Letter to Biden, Shireen Abu Akleh’s Family Demands a Meeting and an End to Israeli Impunity

Robert Mackey

Exclusive: The family of the Palestinian American journalist gunned down during an Israeli raid wants Biden to meet them face to face during his Middle East trip.

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Ron Johnson Campaign Scrambled to Pull “Mass Murder” Ad After July 4 Mass Shooting

Ken Klippenstein

“The latest mass murder in America didn’t involve guns,” began the senator’s radio ad that became incorrect before it even hit the air.

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Rhode Island Progressives Push for Takeover of State Democratic Party

Akela Lacy

Progressive slates offer a state-level model for the left to overcome the stagnation of Biden’s presidency and the national Democratic Party.

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The Twisted Legal Path to Oklahoma’s Looming Execution Spree

Liliana Segura

A long-awaited trial was supposed to decide whether Oklahoma’s lethal injection protocol was cruel and unusual punishment. But it was rigged from the start.

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Army Bases Shockingly Unprepared for Chemical, Biological Attacks

Nick Turse

Documents say safety shortfalls likely exist across the Army, which operates chemical weapons storage facilities and a research institute that works with lethal pathogens.

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Biden Administration Pushes More Ocean Drilling Amid Record Oil and Gas Profits

Akela Lacy

With new drilling permits proposed in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska, a Public Citizen study finds that low royalties let fossil fuel producers maximize earnings.

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