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When the Taliban Took Kabul, an Afghan Pilot Had to Choose Between His Family and His Country

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The U.S. apparently had no plan in place to stop the Taliban from seizing Afghan Air Force planes and pilots if the republic collapsed.

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Tibetan Police Bought Thermo Fisher DNA Equipment, Chinese Government Documents Show

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The sale comes as privacy group Citizen Lab alleges authorities have collected DNA from up to a third of the Tibetan population.

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Lindsey Graham’s “Late-Term” Abortion Ban Is a Lie

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Graham’s bill feigns a flawed compromise while drastically increasing enforced births and criminalizing medical care.

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Democratic National Committee Edited Bylaws to Let It Overrule Convention

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The new language requires the smaller committee to ratify any changes that its broader membership at the national convention wants to adopt.

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U.S. to Release Stolen Afghan Central Bank Funds to Swiss Bank

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A significant portion of the funds will be transferred with the aim of stabilizing the currency, overseen by a third-party trusteeship.

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New Bill Would Protect Workers Who Walk Off the Job Because of Climate Disasters

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Rep. Cori Bush is introducing legislation to protect workers following six deaths last year caused by a tornado hitting an Amazon warehouse.

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