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A Campaign Aide Didn’t Write That Email. A.I. Did.
The swift advance of artificial intelligence in politics is already blurring the boundaries between fact and fake.
Biden’s Defense of Global Democracies Is Tested by Political Turmoil
The administration’s Summit for Democracy begins this week amid crises in several countries allied with the United States, including Israel.
Over-the-Counter Narcan Could Save More Lives. But Price and Stigma Are Obstacles
The Food and Drug Administration is expected this week to allow the overdose-reversal medication to be sold without a prescription, a step toward making it a common emergency tool.
Hospitals Are Increasingly Crowded With Kids Who Tried to Harm Themselves, Study Finds
Hospitalizations for pediatric suicidal behavior increased by 163 percent over an 11-year period, an analysis of millions of hospital admissions in the United States found.
Judge Signals Impatience a Year Into Sept. 11 Case Plea Talks
Legal teams sent the Pentagon’s top lawyer policy questions in March 2022. The Biden administration has yet to reply.
California Prepares for More Rain and Snow
Up to three feet of snow was forecast for the Sierra Nevada and other higher elevations, less than a week after tornadoes battered parts of the state.
In Mississippi, a Choice to Forgo Medicaid Funds Is Killing Hospitals
Mississippi is one of 10 states, all with Republican-led legislatures, that continue to reject federal funding to expand health insurance for the poor, intensifying financial pressure on hospitals.
Costly Court Race Points to a Politicized Future for Judicial Elections
A crucial election for Wisconsin’s Supreme Court has drawn tens of millions of dollars in spending, turning an officially nonpartisan contest into a bare-knuckle political fight.
Hoping for a Comeback in a Town With Nothing to Come Back To
Officials have vowed that Rolling Fork, Miss., ravaged by a tornado, will come back better than ever. But first people need food, water, shelter, medicine and life’s other necessities.
“What’s Prison For?” Examines Incarceration in the U.S.
A new book “What’s Prison For?” explains how American prisons can better educate and rehabilitate the incarcerated.