Medication Is Likely to Be at Center of Legal Battles
- Laws beginning to take effect in numerous conservative states ban all forms of abortion, including medication abortion.
- The method is likely to provide significant enforcement challenges if pills are sent through the mail or people travel to states where they are legal.
How Did Roe Fall? Before a Decisive Ruling Came a Powerful Red Wave.
The downfall of the constitutional right to abortion began 12 years ago, after Republicans swept state house elections and passed hundreds of restrictions.
Russia Strikes Kyiv as G7 Summit Opens
President Biden said the world’s wealthiest democracies would ban imports of Russian gold. Moscow unleashed missiles at Ukraine’s capital. Here’s the latest.
Ukraine War’s Latest Victim? The Fight Against Climate Change.
As leaders of the Group of 7 gather in Germany, the scramble to replace Russian fossil fuels is raising concerns that hard-won climate targets will be missed.
MAGA Voters Send a $50 Million G.O.P. Plan Off the Rails in Illinois
Republican leaders think a moderate nominee could beat Gov. J.B. Pritzker. But the party’s base prefers a far-right state senator — and he is getting help from Mr. Pritzker.
Today is the last day to vote early in New York’s primary election. Here’s what to know.
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The Ultimate Tennis Disrupter Faces the Wimbledon Crucible
Emma Raducanu came out of nowhere to win the U.S. Open at 18 years old. Things have been a little rocky ever since.
America the Merciless
No, Justice Alito, Reproductive Justice Is in the Constitution
‘The Ezra Klein Show’
The Dobbs Decision Isn’t Just About Abortion. It’s About Power.
How to Discipline a Rogue Supreme Court
The Editorial Board
The Supreme Court Says This Is Only About Abortion. Don’t Believe It.
The Radical Reign of Clarence Thomas
The End of Roe Is Just the Beginning
From Florida to Poland, We Must March for the Right to Exist
A Times correspondent explains how the Jan. 6 hearings are reopening wounds on Capitol Hill.
Listen to ‘The Book Review Podcast’
Ed Yong talks about “An Immense World,” and Terry Alford discusses “In the Houses of Their Dead.”
Schools Are Spending Billions on High-Tech Defense for Mass Shootings
The market for weapon detectors and crisis alert badges in schools is booming. But there are questions about whether the new technology is effective.
How Elon Musk Helped Lift the Ceiling on C.E.O. Pay
The salary gap with workers widened even further as public companies, partly inspired by Tesla, granted top executives rich pay packages.
At Least 20 Found Dead in South African Tavern, Officials Say
Initial reports suggested that there had been a stampede inside the club, in the coastal city of East London.
How the Artistic Director of the Moth Spends Her Sundays
Catherine Burns, unsurprisingly, likes to read and remember people’s stories, while running through Brooklyn, gardening and playing games with her family.
Meet the New Leader of the National Park Service
The agency’s first Native American director, Charles F. Sams III, wants to address overcrowding and accessibility, and to share America’s untold stories.