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Alabama Says Embryos in a Lab Are Children. What Are the Implications?

A ruling by the state’s Supreme Court could change common practices at fertility clinics in the state and possibly nationwide.

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Supreme Court Seems Ready to Block a Biden Plan on Air Pollution

Several conservative justices were skeptical of the administration’s “good neighbor” rule on cross-state pollution, meant to protect downwind states from…

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Brazil, in Dispute with Israel, Shows Limits of U.S. Diplomacy

Israel and Brazil have sparred this week over the Gaza war. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken intervened on Wednesday.

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Russia Arrests U.S. Citizen, Accusing Her of Treason by Aiding Ukraine

The country’s main security agency said the 33-year-old detainee lived in Los Angeles. A lawyers group said she had donated…

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New Wisconsin Legislative Maps Diminish G.O.P. Advantage

The new maps, which were drawn by the state’s Democratic governor, Tony Evers, and signed into law Monday, include an…

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Brazil’s President Angers Israel After Comparing War in Gaza to the Holocaust

Brazil’s president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, drew the ire of Israeli authorities on Sunday after he compared Israel’s actions…

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Israel’s government formally rejects the unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state.

The Israeli government on Sunday approved a resolution rejecting any international attempts to impose a Palestinian state on Israel, saying…

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Charles Sallis, 89, Dies; Upended the Teaching of Mississippi History

He collaborated on a textbook so unsparing in its review of the state’s grim past that it was barred from…

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Trump Owns Dobbs and Everything That Comes With It

As president, Donald Trump appointed the three justices who proved pivotal to the outcome in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health…

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U.S. Designates the Houthis a Terror Group

The designation allows the United States to crack down on the group’s access to the global financial system.

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