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A Ukrainian woman protected her daughter from Russian soldiers — and was accused of collaborating with the enemy.

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A Ukrainian Woman Protected Her Daughter From Russian Soldiers — and Was Accused of Collaborating With the Enemy

Alice Speri

At once a victim of Russian war crimes and a suspected collaborator, Anna is caught between Ukraine’s overlapping quests for justice.


Big Three Automakers’ Reputations Plummet as UAW Strike Rages

Daniel Boguslaw

Two weeks into the largest auto strike in U.S. history, Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis face a falling approval rating from consumers, a new survey shows.

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Washington Post Completely Botches Chaturbate Rules in Virginia Candidate Takedown

Prem Thakker, Ryan Grim

The article about Susanna Gibson, a Democrat running in a crucial legislative district, bore the telltale signs of an opposition research dump.


NYPD “Transparency” Site Leaves Out Misconduct Lawsuits Settled for Millions

Akela Lacy

The New York Police Department touts the “transparency” of its officer database, but you’d never know about cops who rack up dozens of lawsuits and millions in payouts.

Menendez Indictment Looks Like Egypt Recruiting Intelligence Source, Say Former CIA Officials

Ken Klippenstein, Daniel Boguslaw

“Reading the indictment, it certainly appears like the Egyptian government was using a classic source-recruitment pattern to get Menendez and his wife to spy for them.”

Atlanta Mayor Dismisses Cop City Referendum as “Not an Election”

Prem Thakker

Mayor Andre Dickens said he wants residents to be heard on Cop City — but his own administration is slow-walking a possible vote on it.

U.S. General Met Notorious Libyan Warlord

Nick Turse

Victims’ relatives are fighting to hold Khalifa Hifter accountable for war crimes. Last week, a top Pentagon official held court with him.


The Hunt for the Nord Stream Bombers


A year after the attacks, no one has been charged with the bombing, but mounting evidence points to Ukrainian involvement.


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