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OB-GYNs Confront Legal Impact of Abortion Bans | NYT News

As anti-abortion laws take effect across the U.S., doctors treating patients with high-risk pregnancies are facing difficult decisions — and legal risks — over...

Jonathan Pie: Welcome to Britain. Everything is Terrible. | NYT Opinion

So Liz Truss will be Britain’s next prime minister — the nation’s fourth in seven years. And she’s inheriting a nation falling apart at...

I Have Face Blindness. This Is How I Recognize You. | NYT Opinion

Descriptive audio is available for this video. Go to settings - audio track and select 'English descriptive.' We’ve all been there: You run into someone...

Underground Abortion Pills, From Mexico to the U.S. | NYT News

As more U.S. states move to criminalize abortion, activists in Mexico have been inundated with calls from women seeking abortion medication. Our cameras went...

We Debunk the Latest Corporate Climate Lie | NYT Opinion

Finally, corporations are jumping into action on climate change — or at least that’s what they’d like us to believe. Many of the world’s...

America Is Failing Refugees, And Itself. Here's Why. | NYT Opinion

For his 1985 documentary about the Statue of Liberty, the filmmaker Ken Burns interviewed two Jewish boys sitting on a bench in New York...

How I Had an Abortion at Home in Texas | NYT Opinion

This is the true story of a 27-year-old Texas woman and her abortion. She recently overcame a challenge that millions of other girls and...

He Was the N.R.A.’s ‘Pointman.’ An Unlikely Friendship Made Him Think Twice. | NYT Opinion

How often do politicians change their minds on gun reform? In the Opinion video above, we tell the improbable story of two men — a...

How China’s Surveillance Is Growing More Invasive | Visual Investigations

A New York Times analysis of over 100,000 government bidding documents found that China’s ambition to collect digital and biological data from its citizens...

The Ukrainians Sent to Russia’s ‘Filtration Camps’ | Russia-Ukraine War

Thousands of refugees from Ukraine have been sent to so-called filtration camps, where they have been interrogated and then forced to resettle to Russia....

How the Proud Boys Breached the Capitol | Visual Investigations

A Times investigation of court documents, text messages and hundreds of videos shows how the Proud Boys coordinated to instigate multiple breaches of the...

How Does It Feel to Be Russian Right Now? | NYT Opinion

With Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in February, it suddenly became very difficult to be Russian in this world. A nation, it seemed, had...

48 Hours in A Kansas Abortion Clinic | NYT News

Recent abortion bans in Texas and Oklahoma are forcing many patients in the region to travel to Kansas. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York Times...

Twenty Years of Putin Playing the West in 3 Minutes | NYT Opinion

Vladimir Putin, especially these days, is widely reviled. To some he’s a war criminal, to others he’s a dictator, and to many he’s simply...

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