Front Page: The New York Times – Tuesday May 9, 2023


Under the Radar, Right-Wing Push to Tighten Voting Laws Persists

A network of billionaire-backed advocacy groups has formed a new hub of election advocacy within the Republican Party.

The clashes in state capitals have faded, but the Republican push for stricter state election laws is organized and planning for the long term.


Biden Said He’d Veer From Trump on Immigration. The Reality Is More Complicated.

The Biden administration is expected to impose new restrictions on asylum seekers by quickly rejecting claims for most people who cross the border but do not seek refuge in Mexico first.

Surges of migrants have shaped President Biden’s policies at the border in ways that few of his allies imagined when he was running for president.

Corporate Giants Buy Up Primary Care Practices at Rapid Pace

Large health insurers and other companies are especially keen on doctors’ groups that care for patients in private Medicare plans.

In Norway, the Electric Vehicle Future Has Already Arrived

About 80 percent of new cars sold in Norway are battery-powered. As a result, the air is cleaner, the streets are quieter and the grid hasn’t collapsed. But problems with unreliable chargers persist.


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