Leaked Documents Suggest Ukrainian Air Defense Is in Peril if Not Reinforced
A huge influx of munitions is needed to keep Russia’s air force from changing the course of the war, according to U.S. officials and newly leaked Pentagon documents.
How the Latest Leaked Documents Are Different From Past Breaches
The freshness of the documents — some appear to be barely 40 days old — and the hints they hold for operations to come make them particularly damaging, officials say.
Will North Carolina Be the ‘Beginning of the End’ of the Medicaid Expansion Fight?
Intense patient advocacy, shifting politics, a determined Democratic governor and a handful of maverick Republicans led the state to join 39 others that have expanded Medicaid.
El Salvador Decimated Its Ruthless Gangs. But at What Cost?
In the year since El Salvador declared a state of emergency, the government has delivered a stunning blow to the gangs that were once the ultimate authority in much of the country.