Uvalde Police Didn’t Move to Save Lives Because That’s Not What Police Do

It should not take an event so devastating to break the spell of policing mythology about what cops do — and what they don’t, writes Natasha Lennard.

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Parents awaiting word on their kids were asked by police to provide DNA samples to help identify the children.

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Supreme Court Guts Its Own Precedent to Allow Arizona to Kill Barry Jones

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Embracing the state’s claim that “innocence isn’t enough,” the court destroyed a lifeline for people who received poor lawyering at trial.

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Uvalde Police Didn’t Move to Save Lives Because That’s Not What Police Do

Natasha Lennard

It should not take an event so devastating to break the spell of policing mythology about what cops do — and what they don’t.

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The Brooklyn Hologram Studio Receiving Millions From the CIA

Lee Fang, Jack Poulson

In-Q-Tel — the CIA’s venture capital arm — and the military are investing heavily in the metaverse. There are growing concerns they’re wasting taxpayer money.

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The Founders Never Envisioned a Filibuster Being Used to Block Gun Control After Massacres

Adam Jentleson

In the early American debates, majority rule won out. Now minority rule paralyzes the Senate.

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We All Know Mass Killers Love the AR-15. Now Meet Their Favorite Bullet.

Miroslav Macala

After Uvalde, there’s still no gun control on the horizon. We can start by regulating hyper-destructive expanding ammunition then.

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The Biden Administration Is Pursuing a Retread of Trump’s False Peace Plan

Ken Klippenstein, Ryan Grim

New negotiations would extend Trump’s legacy in the Middle East with a fresh Abraham Accords.

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Egyptian Dissident Alaa Abd El Fattah’s Hunger Strike Reaches a Critical Phase. Will the U.S. and U.K. Let Him Die?

Robert Mackey

On the campaign trail in 2020, Joe Biden promised that he would condition aid to Egypt on respect for human rights. So why is one of Egypt’s leading dissidents close to dying in jail?

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Israeli Limits on West Bank Travel Draw Scrutiny From U.S. Lawmakers

Alice Speri

A letter from Rep. Jamaal Bowman and 11 other Democrats says new rules will “severely restrict” American scholars and students.

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