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A Party Promoter, an Activist and a City Councilman by 23, Chi Ossé Isn’t Done Yet

From the fashion scene to a protest movement, he was the avatar of a new style of politics. But Chi Ossé has a new motif — the boring nuts and bolts of governance.

By Calder McHugh

Law And Order

Even the District Attorney Believed Joaquin Ciria Was Innocent. Why Did It Take So Long to Set Him Free?

A unique commission in California offers a look at what can happen when a prosecutor asks outsiders to help him right his office’s wrongs.

By Annie Rosenthal

Letter from Michigan

Why a Michigan Democratic Political Dynasty Just Fell

Behind Haley Stevens’ drubbing of Andy Levin is a story that’s more complicated — and more local — than most coverage would have you believe.

By Zack Stanton

Fourth Estate

Opinion | So You Want to Run Against Trump?

Some advice for would-be Republican challengers.

Opinion by Jack Shafer

Culture Club

The Bizarre Soviet Movie That Predicted Putinism

A 33-year-old film featuring a naked secretary and a head-shaped cake turns out to be one of the best explanations of the ideas driving the Russian leader.

By Mark Lawrence Schrad

THE FRIDAY READ

‘There’s Never Been Anybody Like Him in the United States Senate’

Raphael Warnock won his seat running as an activist preacher. To keep it he’ll have to persuade voters he’s the rare senator who actually gets stuff done.

By Michael Kruse

Magazine

The NRA’s Shadowy Supreme Court Lobbying Campaign

As it weighed the biggest gun case in decades, the Supreme Court was flooded by briefs from groups and individuals who had been paid by the NRA.

By Will Van Sant

Letter from Massachusetts

Western Massachusetts Challenges the U.S. Dollar

An idyllic New England county is getting its own digital money, with implications for local autonomy.

By Ben Schreckinger

Politics

Opinion | With Trump, It’s 2015 All Over Again

2022 is starting to look a lot like 2015 for Trump.

Opinion by Rich Lowry

Column | Altitude

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Will Have the Last Laugh on Samuel Alito

The Dobbs decision is clearing the political ground for a resolution in favor of abortion rights.

By John F. Harris

Political science

Opinion | Let the People Decide on Abortion

The Kansas election shows the best way to navigate the post-Roe world.

Opinion by John G. Matsusaka

Politics

How the November Midterms Could Still Surprise Us

November 2022 is poised to be a huge, historically uncertain election — and Tuesday’s primary results just added some fresh twists.

By Jeff Greenfield

Republicans are poised to win the House and Senate. Welcome to our Election Forecast.

We rated every race in play in the midterms. Here’s who we think will win.

The Sinema-Manchin split that shaped Dems’ deal

The West Virginia centrist spent months with Chuck Schumer molding Democrats' party-line agenda. In the final hours, he had to accept several of his Arizona colleague's demands.

Inside the race to replace Congress' first quadriplegic — and its effect on disability rights

Rep. Jim Langevin is retiring after more than two decades as a champion for access and equity. The Republican who's leading the battle to replace him says his legacy isn't at risk.

How Biden bungled the Pelosi trip

The White House's muddled messaging gave Beijing a big win.

Trump faces uphill fight on executive privilege in DOJ probe

History and recent battles in civil suits signal he's unlikely to prevail if he seeks to block witnesses' grand jury testimony about Jan. 6.

STATES

How Adams' pals — and a favorite dining spot — link him to one of the state's top tax delinquents

A series of restaurants are owned by a tax-tardy Brooklyn attorney who has employed two of the mayor's close friends.

Pentagon chiefs’ calls to China go unanswered amid Taiwan crisis

Officials and experts say Beijing's silence is a dangerous move.

Monkeypox dose sparing? Biden admin looks to NIH-funded study for clues.

The FDA is considering recommending dose-sparing of the monkeypox vaccine. It is using this 2015 study to back up a potential recommendation.