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Democrats’ Position on Abortion, Not Immigration, May Help Them Hold Latino Voters

9/30/2022
The rising importance of abortion rights, which most Latinos support, is helping Democrats retain support of Latinos, new data suggests.

Duration:00:04:56

Russia's Annexation of Ukrainian Territory Is a Sign of Military Weakness

9/30/2022
In the absence of military victories, experts say that Russia is annexing Ukrainian territory to try and undermine Western support for Ukraine.

Duration:00:06:55

Scientists May Have Just Discovered a Lake on Mars

9/30/2022
Findings from a new study could have implications for extraterrestrial life

Duration:00:06:41

Yes, Climate Change Is Making Storms Like Hurricane Ian Worse

9/29/2022
Conservative media may be trying to cause confusion when it comes to how climate change impacts storms, but the science is "overwhelmingly clear."

Duration:00:07:23

3 Threats Christian Nationalism Poses to the United States

9/29/2022
Christian Nationalism is a growing movement that presents a dangerous threat to American democracy

Duration:00:08:18

What Meta’s Latest Takedown of Fake Foreign Accounts Could Mean for the U.S. Midterms

9/29/2022
Facebook parent company Meta said it took down a network of fake accounts, originating in China, that was attempting to interfere in the U.S. midterms

Duration:00:06:53

The First U.S. Data Show the Monkeypox Vaccine Is Effective

9/29/2022
Findings about the the monkeypox vaccine, Jynneos, are preliminary, but encouraging.

Duration:00:03:14

NASA’s $325 Million Collision With an Asteroid Could One Day Save the World

9/28/2022
The DART spacecraft crashed into the asteroid Dimorphos, in a first test of humanity's ability to deflect incoming space debris

Duration:00:07:30

Conservative Lawyers Ask a Judge to Block Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness. Here’s What to Know

9/28/2022
The conservative Pacific Legal Foundation has launched the first legal challenge to President Biden’s student loan debt forgiveness plan.

Duration:00:05:06

Column: Weaponizing Energy Will Hurt Russia the Most

9/28/2022
Vladimir Putin’s energy game with Europe has all the makings of another blunder

Duration:00:06:46

White House Seeks $35 Million in Nuclear Incident Aid Amid Rising Ukraine Dangers

9/28/2022
U.S. funding would be used for radiation sensors, supplies for Ukrainian forces and protective capabilities at nuclear facilities

Duration:00:07:25

The Jan. 6 Committee Has Done Masterful Work. Can It Stick the Landing?

9/27/2022
The committee has effectively wielded the words of Trump's allies against him, and doing more of that as it wraps up could have a long-lasting impact.

Column: The E.U. Is Finally Standing Up to Viktor Orbán

9/27/2022
After years of delay, the E.U. is finally trying to stand up to Orban's anti-democratic rule in Hungary

A Corporate Greenwashing Bonanza Just Descended on New York City

9/27/2022
September's climate conference in New York was an opportunity for polluting companies to polish their environmental image

What We Know So Far About BA.2.75.2, the ‘Most Resistant’ Variant to Date

9/27/2022
The latest version of the COVID-19 virus can evade current vaccines and treatments.

‘The Most Explosive Issue.’ Republicans Reveal Immigration Agenda Ahead of Midterms

9/26/2022
Republicans continue to view tough messaging on immigration as a key strategy to unite their party and win over voters.

Duration:00:06:54

Column: We Need a Special Tribunal to Put Putin and His Regime on Trial

9/26/2022
The Ukrainian government calls for a special tribunal to try Putin and his ruling circle for war crimes against Ukraine and the world

Duration:00:09:26

Russian Exodus Grows Amid Fears Kremlin May Restrict Borders for Mobilization-Eligible Men

9/26/2022
Witnesses reported hours-long lines at the main airport in Moscow

A NASA Spacecraft Is About To Collide With an Asteroid in an Effort to Keep Earth Safe

9/26/2022
A cosmic crack-up could help keep the planet safe

Flint Is Still Shaken by its Water Crisis—and Residents Are Experiencing Long-Term Mental-Health Issues

9/25/2022
Residents of the Michigan city are experiencing long-term mental-health issues

Duration:00:06:44