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aThis Is For My Sonas Life, My Wifeas Life.a The Migration Journey to the U.S. Continues Despite Complicated Border Policy

A photo essay documents the desperate journeys migrants make starting in Honduras and ending at the U.S.-Mexico border.

What the Labor Movement Needs to Keep aStriketobera Going, According to New AFL-CIO Leader Liz Shuler

(To receive weekly emails of conversations with the world’s top CEOs and business decisionmakers, click here.) As a burgeoning labor shortage precipitated 10 million job openings and millions of Americans voluntarily leaving their jobs in August, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler was handed an extraordinary job at the nation’s largest labor union federation: Running it. She…

How a Long-Shot Push to Remove Dams to Protect Wild Salmon Is Gaining Traction

Two powerful Democrats from the Pacific Northwest are launching a formal review to study the possibility of removing four hydropower dams currently in the path of wild salmon migrating between the Pacific Ocean and breeding grounds in Idaho’s high mountain streams. In an escalation of the fight over breaching the dams to save the salmon,…

You Think Washington Is Dysfunctional? Look at Your State Capital

This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. It’s easy to look at Washington and shake your head about the partisan sniping and political dysfunction that’s found around every corner in these marbled halls of power. But…

In Lawsuit Against Texas Redistricting Maps, Plaintiffs See History Repeating

They argue that the new maps would depress Latino voter representation in the state

After Senate Republicans Block Voting Rights Legislation, the Filibuster Is Back in the Crosshairs

President Joe Biden said on Thursday he would be open to doing away with the filibuster in pursuit of protecting Americans’ voting rights, bolstering voting rights’ advocates calls to abolish the controversial rule after Republicans blocked federal voting legislation from advancing for the third time this year. Wednesday’s 49-51 Senate vote barred any debate from…

Meet the Obscure Financier Behind Donald Trumpas Media Company

Patrick Orlando has become an unlikely power behind the nascent media company of former President Donald J. Trump.

Joe Biden Just Put the Two Holdout Democrats Under the Spotlight to Reach a Spending Deal

With his approval levels sagging and negotiations dragging on his signature infrastructure and social spending bills, President Joe Biden is bringing his pitch directly to the American public in an effort to press Democrats in Congress to come to a deal. Pacing Baltimore’s Center Stage theater Thursday night during a town hall moderated by CNN’s…

The Fate of Roe v. Wade May Rest on This Womanas Shoulders

The night before Julie Rikelman was scheduled to argue before the Supreme Court for the first time, she hardly slept at all. But it wasn’t nerves that kept her up. It was a persistent fire alarm at the Washington, D.C. hotel where she was staying. It went off again and again for hours on end,…

Should Aging Government Leaders Have to Pass Cognitive Tests to Serve?

Republican Senator Bill Cassidy finally said something few dare to say aloud: some of the people who run American government may be too old for the job. “At some point, and statistically it’s in the 80s, you begin a more rapid decline,” Cassidy, a gastroenterologist, told Axios on HBO. “So anybody who’s in a position…

aThis Is For My Sonas Life, My Wifeas Life.a The Migration Journey to the U.S. Continues Despite Complicated Border Policy

A photo essay documents the desperate journeys migrants make starting in Honduras and ending at the U.S.-Mexico border.

What the Labor Movement Needs to Keep aStriketobera Going, According to New AFL-CIO Leader Liz Shuler

(To receive weekly emails of conversations with the world’s top CEOs and business decisionmakers, click here.) As a burgeoning labor shortage precipitated 10 million job openings and millions of Americans voluntarily leaving their jobs in August, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler was handed an extraordinary job at the nation’s largest labor union federation: Running it. She…

How a Long-Shot Push to Remove Dams to Protect Wild Salmon Is Gaining Traction

Two powerful Democrats from the Pacific Northwest are launching a formal review to study the possibility of removing four hydropower dams currently in the path of wild salmon migrating between the Pacific Ocean and breeding grounds in Idaho’s high mountain streams. In an escalation of the fight over breaching the dams to save the salmon,…

You Think Washington Is Dysfunctional? Look at Your State Capital

This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. It’s easy to look at Washington and shake your head about the partisan sniping and political dysfunction that’s found around every corner in these marbled halls of power. But…

In Lawsuit Against Texas Redistricting Maps, Plaintiffs See History Repeating

They argue that the new maps would depress Latino voter representation in the state

After Senate Republicans Block Voting Rights Legislation, the Filibuster Is Back in the Crosshairs

President Joe Biden said on Thursday he would be open to doing away with the filibuster in pursuit of protecting Americans’ voting rights, bolstering voting rights’ advocates calls to abolish the controversial rule after Republicans blocked federal voting legislation from advancing for the third time this year. Wednesday’s 49-51 Senate vote barred any debate from…

Meet the Obscure Financier Behind Donald Trumpas Media Company

Patrick Orlando has become an unlikely power behind the nascent media company of former President Donald J. Trump.

Joe Biden Just Put the Two Holdout Democrats Under the Spotlight to Reach a Spending Deal

With his approval levels sagging and negotiations dragging on his signature infrastructure and social spending bills, President Joe Biden is bringing his pitch directly to the American public in an effort to press Democrats in Congress to come to a deal. Pacing Baltimore’s Center Stage theater Thursday night during a town hall moderated by CNN’s…

The Fate of Roe v. Wade May Rest on This Womanas Shoulders

The night before Julie Rikelman was scheduled to argue before the Supreme Court for the first time, she hardly slept at all. But it wasn’t nerves that kept her up. It was a persistent fire alarm at the Washington, D.C. hotel where she was staying. It went off again and again for hours on end,…

Should Aging Government Leaders Have to Pass Cognitive Tests to Serve?

Republican Senator Bill Cassidy finally said something few dare to say aloud: some of the people who run American government may be too old for the job. “At some point, and statistically it’s in the 80s, you begin a more rapid decline,” Cassidy, a gastroenterologist, told Axios on HBO. “So anybody who’s in a position…

aThis Is For My Sonas Life, My Wifeas Life.a The Migration Journey to the U.S. Continues Despite Complicated Border Policy

A photo essay documents the desperate journeys migrants make starting in Honduras and ending at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Saudi Arabia to Start Investment Fund for Carbon Capture

Saudi Arabia said Middle Eastern economies will be boosted by efforts to cut planet-warming gases and announced a fund to invest in carbon-capture technology. “Climate change is an economic opportunity for individuals and the private sector,” Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in Riyadh on Monday at a forum attended by several heads of state.…

An 18-Year-Old Living in a Kenyan Refugee Camp Is Among 100 Teens Awarded Lifelong Support to Foster Global Change

The winners include teens from 42 countries speaking 20 languages selected from a pool of more than 50,000 applicants

Sudanas Military Arrests Prime Minister, Dissolves Government in Coup

Sudan’s military seized power Monday, dissolving the transitional government hours after troops arrested the prime minister. Thousands of people flooded into the streets to protest the coup that threatens the country’s shaky progress toward democracy. The takeover comes more than two years after protesters forced the ouster of longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir and just weeks…

Russia Says Climate Change Is a Big Priority. But Its Real Goal at COP 26 Will Be Slowing Down Progress

It will be harder for Russia to decarbonize than almost any other country. It's much easier to delay and derail

China to Start Vaccinating Children Over 3 Years Old as COVID-19 Cases Spread

The news comes as the government pushes to have a largely vaccinated public ahead of the Beijing Olympics in February

The aSafe Supplya Movement Aims to Curb Drug Deaths Linked to the Opioid Crisis

On a morning Zoom call, a group of Canadian mothers give their full attention to a young man from the Drug User Liberation Front. At 26, Jeremy Kalicum is the age some of their kids would be if they had not died of accidental overdoses. Kalicum’s tone is urgent as he walks the moms through…

U.S. Urges North Korea to Stop Missile Tests and Return to Talks

Last week, North Korea fired a ballistic missile from a submarine in its fifth round of weapons tests in recent weeks

Saudi Arabia Pledges 2060 Target of Net-Zero Emissions

The kingdom joins the ranks of Russia and China on their stated net-zero target date of 2060

Brexit Is Still a Hot Mess

From the pandemic to President Joseph Biden’s election, the January 6 insurrection, and the vaccine rollout, a lot has changed in the last 18 months. One thing that hasn’t? Brexit, Britain’s exit from the European Union, is still a hot mess. The latest chapter in the saga has the British government threatening to go “nuclear”…

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