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For Ukraine’s Refugees, Europe Opens Doors That Were Shut to Others

WASHINGTON — Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has pushed tens of thousands of people out of their homes and fleeing across borders to escape violence. But unlike the refugees who have…

Retired SWAT Commander Acquitted in Fatal Shooting of Moviegoer

A jury in Florida on Friday acquitted a retired SWAT commander who shot and killed a man more than eight years ago inside a movie theater after a dispute over…

Biden and Putin, Children of the Cold War, Face Off Over Ukraine

WASHINGTON — As President Biden tells the story, he was blunt with Vladimir V. Putin during a meeting in Moscow more than a decade ago. “I’m looking into your eyes,…

Find the C.D.C.’s New Pandemic Guidance for Your Area

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has created a straightforward online tool that can help people see whether their area is at high, medium or low community risk for…

As a Public Defender, Ketanji Brown Jackson Helped Clients Others Avoided

WASHINGTON — After the Supreme Court’s landmark 2004 ruling that Guantánamo Bay prisoners could file lawsuits challenging their indefinite detention, the federal public defender in the District of Columbia took…

A Kennedy’s Crusade Against Covid Vaccines Anguishes Family and Friends

Blake Fleetwood, a writer who calls Mr. Kennedy “an inspiration” and has been a friend and skiing companion since 1971, said he could not understand why Mr. Kennedy was “risking…

Demetrios Papademetriou, Top Immigration Scholar, Dies at 75

As it happened, Mr. Papademetriou and Kathleen Newland, an expert in refugee issues, had founded the Migration Policy Institute just days before 9/11, spinning it off from the Carnegie Endowment.…

Supporters Seek Clemency for Leonard Peltier, Native American Activist

WASHINGTON — Since 1977, Leonard Peltier, a Native American activist, has been serving two life sentences in federal prison for his role in the killings of two F.B.I. agents during…

How a High School Debate Team Shaped Ketanji Brown Jackson

They traveled by bus to Florida competitions and stayed at Holiday Inns. They flew to Ivy League campuses for national meets. That’s how Judge Jackson fell in love with Harvard,…

A Deadly Riot, and Then 3 Trials, 110 Convictions and 19 Executions

[Race/Related is available as a newsletter. Sign up here to get it delivered to your inbox.] SAN ANTONIO — Charles Anderson slowly approached the altar at the Gift Chapel at…