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Candidates for Federal Office Can Raise Unlimited Funds for Ballot Measures

The Federal Election Commission quietly issued an advisory opinion last week allowing candidates to raise unlimited money for issue-advocacy groups working on ballot measures in elections in which those candidates are on the ballot. The opinion, issued in response to a request from a Nevada-based abortion rights group, could significantly alter the landscape in the…

Goon Squad Hearings Reveal Culture of Violence in Mississippi Sheriff’s Office

Sentencing hearings this week for six law enforcement officers, some of whom were members of the Goon Squad, revealed a disturbing portrait of a Mississippi sheriff’s department that encouraged deputies to use extreme violence as a policing tool. Prosecutors, along with several of the deputies who were sentenced, described a toxic culture in which senior…

Sheriff’s Office in Rural Kentucky Hires Detective Who Killed Breonna Taylor

CARROLLTON, Ky. — The police detective who fatally shot Breonna Taylor during a chaotic raid on her apartment in Louisville, Ky., has been hired by a small county sheriff’s office in the state, prompting both support and protests from people who live in the rural county. Myles Cosgrove, one of two officers who shot Ms.…

Man Accused of Trying to Break Into F.B.I. Office Is Killed in Standoff

WILMINGTON, Ohio — After an hourslong standoff that closed an interstate and disrupted rural life, law enforcement officers shot and killed a man who they said tried to break into the F.B.I.’s Cincinnati office on Thursday. Ohio authorities declined to confirm the man’s name or describe his motives. But two law enforcement officials familiar with…

Shinzo Abe’s Influence Was Still Evident Long After He Left Office

WASHINGTON — In his record-breaking run as prime minister, Shinzo Abe never achieved his goal of revising Japan’s Constitution to transform his country into what the Japanese call a “normal nation,” able to employ its military to back up its national interests like any other. Nor did he restore Japan’s technological edge and economic prowess…