Low-Flying DHS Helicopter Showers Anti-Pipeline Protests With Debris

Authorities said the risky low-flying maneuver was used to warn demonstrators to disperse, but the reasoning doesn’t hold up.


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Low-Flying DHS Helicopter Showers Anti-Pipeline Protests With Debris

Alleen Brown, Sam Richards

Authorities said the risky low-flying maneuver was used to warn demonstrators to disperse, but the reasoning doesn’t hold up.

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Republican Senators Lack Confidence Joe Manchin’s Loyalty to the Filibuster Will Hold

Ryan Grim

Talks between Manchin and Democratic leaders remain ongoing, and Republicans are unsure if he’ll buckle.

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House Democrats Want Answers About U.S. Role in Disgraced Brazil Corruption Probe

Andrew Fishman

The now-disgraced Car Wash probe overthrew Brazil’s political order — and 23 House Democrats want to know how the Justice Department was involved.

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Chicken Farming Is the 21st Century’s Sharecropping

Pedro Armando Aparicio, Leighton Akio Woodhouse, David Zlutnick

Vertically integrated poultry companies that own most of the supply chain trap small farmers into debt — until they lose everything.

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Trump’s DOJ Was Wrong to Seize My Phone Records

Eric Lichtblau

These are precarious times for journalists and their sources, as the seizure of my call records shows.

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U.S. Anti-Corruption Drive Faces Bleak Prospects in Central America

Sandra Cuffe

Visiting Guatemala on her first foreign trip as vice president, Kamala Harris pledged to tackle corruption as a root cause of U.S.-bound migration.

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$800,000 of Mystery Money Shaped the Virginia AG Race in the Final Weeks

Ryan Grim, Rose Adams

Progressive challenger Jay Jones is crying foul.

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Expanding Biolab Complex in Berkeley Has Residents Worried

Sharon Lerner, Lee Fang

Questions about the origins of Covid-19 raise concerns about the safety of U.S. biolabs.

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