Biden Opens a New Back Door on Immigration
Congress has yet to pass an immigration overhaul, but President Biden has used his executive authority to significantly expand the number of legal immigrants entering the U.S.
Chinese Censorship Is Quietly Rewriting the Covid-19 Story
Under government pressure, Chinese scientists have retracted studies and withheld or deleted data. The censorship has stymied efforts to understand the virus.
U.S. Pulls Diplomats From Sudan, and an Exodus Begins
With hopes fading that two warring generals will end their battle anytime soon, diplomats and other foreigners began heading for Sudan’s doors.
Russia’s Technocrats Embraced the West, Then Enabled Putin’s War
The expertise of economic officials who continue to work in the government has helped President Vladimir Putin largely keep the economy afloat in the face of Western sanctions.