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Germany steps up for embattled Ukraine

Vladimir Putin’s brutal invasion of democratic Ukraine has shocked Berlin out of its post-World War II pacifism.

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Germany dawdles on tanks as Kyiv waits

Vladimir Putin is expected to launch a spring offensive, and Ukraine needs heavy weapons to resist it.

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Monterey Park: Yes, it can happen here

Not a minute too soon, Attorney General Andrea Campbell promises a new focus on gun safety enforcement.

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Recovering from COVID-19 learning loss

The state is offering a realistic approach that should be seen as a floor, not a ceiling.

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Noncompete agreements are costing workers billions in wages. Time to get rid of them.

The Federal Trade Commission wants to make it easier for people to hop to new jobs with better pay.

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No more excuses. Cambridge police should use body cameras.

Officers in one of America’s most liberal cities don’t wear body cameras.

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Abortion foes push on post-Roe, and so must those protecting reproductive rights

Opponents of abortion marched against the Roe v. Wade decision every year on its Jan. 20 anniversary. This year, Roe is gone. But the march is still on.

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Harvard’s welcome reversal on Kenneth Roth

The dean of the Harvard Kennedy School issued a statement apologizing for blocking the appointment of Kenneth Roth, the former head of Human Rights Watch.