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The ceaseless political scandals over classified documents point to deeper systemic problems with Washington’s obsession with secrecy.

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U.S. Military Vets in Ukraine Are Fighting Each Other in Court

Peter Maass

Amid accusations of fraud and sexual misconduct, the founders of the high-profile Mozart Group are waging a personal war back home.

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Did Mexico’s Top Cop Play a Role in the Killing of a DEA Informant?

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A man expected to testify in Genaro García Luna’s federal trial has accused the ex-security chief of helping to reveal the informant’s identity to a cartel.

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“We’re Going to Where the Fight Is”: Abortion Rights Movement Sets Its Sights on Key States

Jordan Smith

Seven months after the fall of Roe, the battlefield has shifted.

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How to Leak From the Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court investigation report on how the Dobbs draft got out offers lessons for future leakers everywhere.

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Turkey’s Next Elections Could Be the Country’s Last Real Democratic Vote

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In an apparent bid to stamp out the opposition — perhaps forever — Recep Tayyip Erdogan called elections a month early.

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