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‘I’m Just Waiting for Someone to Knock on the Door.’ Parents of Trans Kids in Texas Fear Family Protective Services Will Target Them

Parents of transgender youth in Texas are stuck in limbo after a new statement issued by the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) on Thursday suggested the Department will continue inve..

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Millennials and Gen Z Invested When It Was Fun. Now They’re Riding Out a Crash

“Being open to crypto astrology might literally change your life,” says Maren Altman.

She’s a 23-year-old astrology influencer with over 1.2 million TikTok followers, and she believes the study of c..

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Inside the Right-Wing Movement to Ban Trans Youth From Sports

In the spring of 2020, Idaho became the first state in the United States to ban transgender girls and women from participating in women’s sports. Two years later, fifteen states have enacted similar l..

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Nebraska Proves Trump’s Blessing Alone Isn’t Always Enough

This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox.

At long last, there is a sign that Donald Trump’s showmanship alone isn’t..

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This Is How We Quit Big Oil

At the end of the first quarter of 2021, as the CEOs of the three biggest U.S. oil and gas companies presented their firms’ earnings, investors fired off a range of questions about how they were addre..

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Polar Paradox: The Melting Arctic Could Destroy Indigenous Ways of Life While Making Some Alaskans Rich

The city of Nome, on Alaska’s Bering Sea coast, has long been the home of adventurers, chancers, and the fiercely independent who would rather live off the land than do their shopping at Walmart.

Ori..

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After Visiting Both Ends of the Earth, I Realized How Much Trouble We’re In

Nothing on earth compares to the icy sweeps of the planet’s polar extremes. It’s why, perhaps, explorers and scientists who have been there often seek more distant analogies, describing the poles’ aus..

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How a Digital Abortion Footprint Could Lead to Criminal Charges—And What Congress Can Do About It

Getting away with breaking the law in the digital age is tricky. Almost everything one does—whether it’s making a Google search for “how to clean up a crime scene,” purchasing suspicious items on Amaz..

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Pennsylvania’s Senate Primary Shows How Republicans’ Abortion Rhetoric Could Backfire

This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox.

The rowdy primary for the Republican Senate nomination in Pennsylvania is..

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The Back Booth: How a Supreme Court Leak Consumed D.C.

Welcome to The Back Booth, a weekend edition of The D.C. Brief. Here each Saturday, TIME’s politics newsletter will host a conversation between political professionals on the right and the left, pulli..