Democracy Dies in Darkness
Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer. (Getty Images)
The Senate majority leader urged his colleagues not to make changes to the legislation, which would send it back to the House, but a handful of senators are angling to add amendments.
Despite warnings that arming Ukraine would start a world war, President Biden continues to push Vladimir Putin’s limits — a strategy that brings risk and reward.
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New research suggests that a subset of patients with psychiatric conditions like schizophrenia may actually have an autoimmune disease that attacks the brain.
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Kirsten Santos, 12, and Surya Kapu, 14, were the only returning finalists. They’d tied for fifth place. Each wanted to win this year.
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