Many Sexual Assaults in the U.S. Military Go Unpunished. Here's How We Can Stop It. - NYT Opinion

Service members are more likely to be assaulted by a fellow soldier than shot by an enemy at war. The crisis persists because of an archaic set of rules that gives commanders control over whether perpetrators are prosecuted. In this video guest essay, a Republican senator, a former military prosecutor and a survivor argue that sexual assault cases should be handled by independent, specialized prosecutors.

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Meet the People Burning California to Save It - NYT News.

Meet the People Burning California to Save It - NYT News.

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Two characters reunite, and start up a fight, in this scene from “Black Widow.” It has been two decades since Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) has seen Yelena (Florence Pugh). The two were part of a makeshift family unit headed by two Russian undercov...

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Palestinians Film War in Gaza: ‘So They Know We Existed’ - NYT.

Palestinians Film War in Gaza: ‘So They Know We Existed’ - NYT.

“I removed the password from my phone so that if we didn’t make it out, and we were killed, people would know what happened to us. So they know we existed.” Palestinians in Gaza used their phones to film the toll of the 11-day war in May between I...