Supreme Court’s Decision Opens Door to Millions of Evictions


The ruling late Thursday ending a new moratorium leaves the White House with few options to help renters at risk of losing their homes. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft weiter…

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Biden Floats Faster Access to Vaccine Booster Shots

The White House played down the president’s remarks, saying the administration had not changed its original proposal to administer a third shot to most vaccinated adults eight months after the second. Online-PR: … unsere digitale […]

Amid Afghan Chaos, a C.I.A. Mission That Will Persist for Years

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The spy agency had plans to de-emphasize counterterrorism operations to focus on rising global powers. History got in the way.

Capitol Police Officers Sue Trump and Allies Over Election Lies and Jan. 6


The suit, which took a broad view of the riot’s origins, was the latest effort to hold former President Donald J. Trump accountable for the Capitol attack.

How a Defunct Federal Provision Helped Pave the Way for New Voting Restrictions


Curbs on drop boxes, tougher ID requirements and purges of voter rolls would have been weakened, or never even passed, if a federal oversight system had been in place.

Biden Faces a Tragedy He Worked to Avoid

The president said the evacuation of U.S. citizens and allies from Afghanistan would continue, even after an attack that killed at least 13 American troops and dozens of civilians.

Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium


The ruling followed political and legal maneuvering by the administration to retain protections for tenants. It puts hundreds of thousands at risk of being put out of their homes.

After Decades of War in Afghanistan, ISIS and Al Qaeda Can Still Wreak Havoc

The U.S. and its allies waged war for 20 years to try to defeat terrorists in Afghanistan. A double-suicide bombing demonstrated that they remain a threat.