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- Karoun Demirjian
As Congress Weighs Aid to Israel, Some Democrats Want Strings Attached

Democrats are clashing with each other and the Biden administration over whether to attach conditions, including measures to avoid civilian casualties, to a major infusion of security assistance. Read More

- Christina Goldbaum and Hiba Yazbek
West Bank Residents Praise Hamas for Palestinian Prisoners’ Release

Some people in the West Bank, where frustration with the Palestinian Authority has been simmering for years, believe Hamas and other armed groups are the only ones they can trust to protect them. Read More

- New York Times Audio
An Endorsement for Nikki Haley, and More

Plus, Hamas releases 12 more hostages, the true cost of avocados and Google says it will start purging accounts. Read More

- Stanley Reed
In a Shaky Oil Market, OPEC Has Bitter Decisions to Make

Anticipating a drop in demand for 2024, major producers, led by Saudi Arabia, are trying to reduce supply. Read More

- Serge F. Kovaleski
Federal Law Requires a Choice: Marijuana or a Gun?

Legal challenges are pending across the country against a federal law that prevents medical marijuana users from buying or owning firearms. Read More

- James Poniewozik, Mike Hale and Margaret Lyons
Best TV Shows of 2023

Series like “The Bear,” “Beef,” “Happy Valley,” “Reservation Dogs” and “Succession” dazzled in a year when much of the TV business was in disarray. Read More

- Jason Horowitz and Ruth Graham
Reports Say Pope Francis Is Removing Cardinal Burke’s Vatican Home and Salary

Word of the action against Cardinal Raymond Burke came after the prelate’s increasingly pointed critiques of the reform-minded pope. Read More

- Jazmine Ulloa
For Haley, Rise in Polls Feeds Voter Enthusiasm on Trail

The crowds are her biggest yet, and voters are warming up to her candidacy, but Nikki Haley still faces a daunting task in taking down the front-runner, Donald Trump. Read More

- H. Claire Brown

As part of a broader campaign against anticompetitive practices, the Biden administration has taken on the chicken industry. Why have the results been so paltry? Read More

- Rick Rojas
Rosalynn Carter’s Life in Photos

She rose to become the most politically active first lady since Eleanor Roosevelt. Yet her life began and ended dozens of miles from any interstate highway or even a stoplight. Read More

- Hayley Smith

California is expected to play a sizable role in the annual U.N. climate conference that will begin this week in Dubai. Read More

- Anabel Sosa

Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to target dealers trafficking in xylazine, a sedative only authorized for veterinary use, but frequently mixed with fentanyl and detected in overdose deaths. Read More

- Emily Alpert Reyes
Suicides in U.S. hit historic high in 2022, driven by increase among older adults

Rising suicide rates among older adults drove such deaths to a historic high in the U.S. last year, even as suicide declined among youth, the CDC reports. Read More

- Ian James
A California dry farmer's juicy apples show how agriculture can be done with less water

Some California growers specialize in dry farming, working with nature to grow apples and melons without irrigation. They tout the approach as a water solution. Read More

- Hailey Branson-Potts
California vs. Florida: Why are people moving from one state to the other?

Cross-country moves between progressive California and conservative Florida have taken an outsize role in the rivalry between Govs. Ron DeSantis and Gavin Newsom, who are set to debate Thursday night. Read More

- Jeremy Childs
Gunfire erupts inside L.A. Live restaurant; 1 killed, 1 injured

A man was killed and a second victim was injured after a shooting inside an L.A. Live restaurant on Tuesday night. Read More

- Caroline Petrow-Cohen, Dakota Smith

Two City Council members are asking police and the city attorney to report on mass littering as a means of disseminating hate after antisemitic fliers were distributed in L.A. neighborhoods. Read More

- Salvador Hernandez

Newport Beach police have launched an inquiry into Oklahoma City Thunder player Josh Giddey following allegations that he had an inappropriate relationship with a minor. Read More

- Keri Blakinger
Family of slain Palmdale deputy files $20-million wrongful-death claim against county

Deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer was gunned down in September. Now, his parents are alleging that he worked so much forced overtime he couldn't stay alert against threats. Read More

- Salvador Hernandez
He survived being shot 16 times by deputies. Another cop called the shooting 'reckless'

Erik Talavera stole a trailer and was shot 16 times by two deputies because he held a knife. He survived and is suing the San Diego County, alleging excessive force. Read More

US military aircraft crashes off Japan's coast, officials say

A U.S. military Osprey aircraft crashed off the Japanese coast on Wednesday afternoon, officials said. Read More

Man using wheelchair dies from injuries after being attacked by 62-year-old suspect

A 68-year-old man is dead after police say he was attacked by a 62-year-old man which left him with injuries that ultimately led to his death. Read More

Michigan to join state-level effort to regulate AI political ads

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to sign legislation in the coming days aimed at curbing deceptive uses of artificial intelligence and manipulated media Read More

Opening statements to begin in the final trial in the 2019 death of Elijah McClain

Opening statements are scheduled to begin in the third and final trial over the 2019 death of Elijah McClain, who died after he was stopped by police in suburban Denver Read More

Ailing Pope Francis appears at a weekly audience but says he's not well

Pope Francis has presided at his weekly audience with the public at the Vatican Read More

Australia proposes new laws to detain potentially dangerous migrants

The Australian government has proposed new laws that would place behind bars some of the 141 migrants who have been set free in the three weeks since the High Court ruled their indefinite detention was unconstitutional Read More

2 suspects arrested in death of California teen, 1 caught after police chase

A California teenager, Melanie Stephanie Rios Camacho, was found dead in an orchard and two suspects have been arrested in her slaying. Read More

New Zealand plans to ban cellphone use in schools

New Zealand’s new prime minister plans to ban cellphone use in schools and repeal tobacco controls in the agenda for his first three months in office Read More

Palestinian-American student issues message after he and 2 friends shot in Vermont

One of the three students of Palestinian descent shot during an attack in Vermont spoke out in a text message read to his Brown University classmates during a vigil. Read More

Police release internal investigation results in Jayland Walker's death

The Akron Police Department has finished an internal investigation into the fatal police killing of Jayland Walker after a car and foot chase by police in 2022. Read More

Families Of Palestinian Students Shot In Vermont Call On Media To Report ‘Responsibly’

Relatives of the three college students say the media is focusing on the mental health of the gunman rather than a motive of hate. Read More

Mediators Look To Extend Truce In Gaza On Final Day, With 1 More Hostage Swap Planned

International mediators are hoping that Gaza's Hamas rulers will keep freeing hostages in return for the release of Palestinian prisoners. Read More

This Country Seemed Immune To Far-Right Politics. Then Came A Corruption Scandal.

A right-wing party that openly targets Roma people could be the big winner in Portugal’s political crisis. Read More

Mike Huckabee Warns House GOP Impeaching Joe Biden Could Spell ‘Political Disaster’

The former Arkansas governor said “there’s no point” in impeaching Biden in the House, knowing that the case will not go anywhere in the Democratic-led Senate. Read More

President Of UN Climate Summit Planned For Oil And Gas Deals Behind The Scenes: Report

“If the allegations are true, this is totally unacceptable and a real scandal,” Greenpeace International said. Read More

Deepfakes From Israel-Hamas War Increase Fears About AI’s Power To Mislead

The war in Gaza has painfully illustrated AI’s potential as a propaganda tool, used to create lifelike images of carnage. Read More

Chris Christie Says He Would Not Sign 6-Week Federal Abortion Ban

“My view is this: I want the people, not the politicians, to make this decision," the 2024 Republican presidential candidate said. Read More

‘Trump’s Not Eating’: Kevin McCarthy’s Bonkers Explanation For His 2021 Mar-A-Lago Visit

Liz Cheney's new book contains a stunning detail about McCarthy's widely panned trip to Florida. Read More

6 Of George Santos’ Wildest Moments And Lies

The New York representative has accumulated a list of lies and allegations, ranging from silly acts to more serious reports that could get him expelled from Congress. Read More

Former Child Star’s Cause Of Death Is Revealed

The "CSI: Miami" and "My Sister's Keeper" actor was found dead on Nov. 5 at age 35. Read More


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Women and Political Leadership Ahead of the 2024 Election

Women and Political Leadership Ahead of the 2024 Election

For the most part, Americans don’t think a woman president would do better or worse than a man when it comes to key leadership traits or the handling of various…

The Fall of New Jersey’s ‘Pope’

The Fall of New Jersey’s ‘Pope’

Micah Rasmussen knows what it’s like to be on the wrong side of Bob Menendez. Back in 2003 as press secretary for Democratic Gov. Jim McGreevey, he pushed back against…

Majority of Americans continue to favor moving away from Electoral College

Majority of Americans continue to favor moving away from Electoral College

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults (65%) say the way the president is elected should be changed so that the winner of the popular vote nationwide wins the presidency. A third…

Florida students weigh in on new school year as discriminatory policies take effect

Florida Students File Lawsuit Challenging Anti-LGBTQ+ School Policies

In April, the Florida legislature passed a law that bans classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade. The law also requires schools to notify…

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