Life in Ukraine’s Trenches: Gearing Up for a Spring Offensive
With fighting in the eastern Donbas region settling into a bloody stalemate, a patch of the Zaporizhzhia region of southeastern Ukraine could prove to be the war’s next big theater.
How Scalia Law School Became a Key Friend of the Court
The school cultivated ties to justices, with generous pay and unusual perks. In turn, it gained prestige, donations and influence.
As Biden Runs Again, Black Voters’ Frustration Bubbles
In interviews, Black voters, organizers and elected officials pointed to what some saw as unkept promises — raising questions about the enthusiasm of Democrats’ most loyal voters.
If You Don’t Use Your Land, These Marxists May Take It
The Landless Workers Movement organizes Brazil’s poor to take land from the rich. It is perhaps the largest — and most polarizing — social movement in Latin America.