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Queen's Speech: Johnson Presses Advantage in U.K. Government Program
(May 12 00:00) Nytimes.com
The government plans laid out in the Queen’s Speech suggest that Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to make full use of favorable political conditions.
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The Effects of Climate Change
They’re growing more apparent. But there are reasons to be hopeful.
Why Police Have Been Quitting in Droves in the Last Year
Asheville, N.C., has been among the hardest hit by police departures in the wake of last year’s George Floyd protests. About a third of the force quit or retired.
What Did New York’s Primaries Mean for Progressives? It’s Complicated.
Progressives cheered the results in down-ballot races and in Buffalo, even as the outcome of the mayoral primary appeared less rosy.
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The Little Hedge Fund Taking Down Big Oil
An activist investment firm won a shocking victory at Exxon Mobil. But can new directors really put the oil giant on a cleaner path?
India Walton, Socialist Challenger, Stuns Buffalo's Incumbent Mayor
Ms. Walton, a progressive challenger running her first campaign, is on track to become the first socialist mayor of a big city in 60 years.
(June 23 22:28) Nytimes.com
Supreme Court Rules for Student in First Amendment Case
A Pennsylvania school district violated the First Amendment by disciplining a student for off-campus speech, the court ruled.
(June 23 22:31) Nytimes.com
Some Republicans Find Failure to Grapple With Climate Change a ‘Political Liability’
A small but growing number of Republicans say the G.O.P. needs a coherent climate strategy and formed a “Conservative Climate Caucus” on Capitol Hill.
How Adams Built a Diverse Coalition That Put Him Ahead in the Mayor’s Race
Eric Adams has a significant lead in the New York City mayor’s race thanks to his support from a traditional Democratic coalition of unions and Black and Latino voters.
(June 23 23:57) Nytimes.com
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