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President Biden should remind the Supreme Court “that neither the court’s decisions nor its members are beyond criticism,” writes @kateashaw1 .

“I’d rather run the risk of a capable government with a bad steward than run the risk of a government that can’t live up to what we want from it,” @nicholas_bagley  tells @ezraklein  on the latest episode of The Ezra Klein Show.

“Filipinos not only find themselves with another President Marcos, but with another creeping occupation by the U.S. military under the guise of East Asian security,” writes Gina Apostol, a Philippine novelist.

Few other cities have been as determined as New York to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its big buildings, and other cities will be watching the effort closely, write Paul Greenberg and Gernot Wagner.

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“Seriously I can just come out and say it? Call him a liar?” asks @JonathanPieNews , a fictional broadcast reporter created and performed by comedian Tom Walker, in a satirical video about Britain’s Prime Minister. “God bless America.”

On Sunday, Brazilians go to the polls to elect their next president. But at stake is something far more important than the leadership of the largest economy in South America.

Americans may think no one is handling the coronavirus worse than President Trump. But @felipeneto  says President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil is much, much worse.

Liz Truss will be Britain’s next prime minister — the nation’s fourth in seven years. And she’s inheriting a nation falling apart at the seams.

The survivors and family members of mass shootings have a message for the leaders of our nation.

“If people saw this, they would stay home.” Doctors invited @NickKristof  inside two hard-hit New York hospitals to observe first-hand the fight against the coronavirus.

New from Jimmy Carter: “I now fear that what we have fought so hard to achieve globally — the right to free, fair elections, unhindered by strongman politicians who seek nothing more than to grow their own power — has become dangerously fragile at home.”

“I want you to know that in the last days and hours of my life you inspired me,” wrote Representative John Lewis, who penned this essay shortly before his death on July 17. We are publishing it today, on the day of his funeral.

"I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second,” Meghan Markle writes about her miscarriage. Today, we are sharing an essay by the Duchess of Sussex about the loss that she and Prince Harry suffered earlier this year.

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