Biden Budget Will Propose Tax Increase to Bolster Medicare
The president’s plan targets Americans earning more than $400,000 a year in an attempt to increase the program’s solvency by 25 years.
Intelligence Suggests Pro-Ukrainian Group Sabotaged Pipelines, U.S. Officials Say
New intelligence reporting amounts to the first significant known lead about who was responsible for the attack on the Nord Stream pipelines that carried natural gas from Russia to Europe.
Fight Over Retirement in France Is a Question of Identity
Resistance to the government’s plan to push back the retirement age is not just about working longer. It springs from a deep sense of what defines France as a nation.
Spying by Mexico’s Armed Forces Brings Fears of a ‘Military State’
This is the first time a paper trail has emerged to prove definitively that the Mexican military spied on citizens who were trying to expose its misdeeds.