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    When President Biden ventured to the Capitol on Friday to help House Democrats out of their thicket, he had to choose sides. He effectively chose the left.
    CreditStefani Reynolds for The New York Times

    Biden Throws In With Left, Leaving His Agenda in Doubt

    Progressives flexed, but remain empty-handed. Moderates feel betrayed. The outcome of their battle could determine Democrats’ fate in the midterms and the success of the Biden presidency.

    By Jonathan Martin and

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    Perilous, Roadless Jungle Becomes a Path of Desperate Hope

    The recent surge at the Mexican border is likely to grow as more migrants, mostly Haitian, risk everything negotiating the notorious Darién Gap on their way to the United States.

    By Julie TurkewitzNatalie KitroeffSofía Villamil and

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