Day 6·Episode 623

Israel's far right, Putin's Potemkin fixation, Cormac McCarthy's new novels, ending slavery in 2022 and more

Itamar Ben-Gvir's journey from far-right extremist to political power-broker; why Vladimir Putin wanted the bones of 18th-century Russian leader Grigory Potemkin; Becky Toyne reviews Pulitzer Prize winner Cormac McCarthy's first new novels in 16 years; Haiti's political and economic crisis is fueling a public health disaster for women; five U.S. states get ready to vote on whether to close a loophole that allows for slavery in 2022; and more.

Itamar Ben-Gvir's journey from far-right extremist to political power-broker; why Vladimir Putin wanted the bones of 18th-century Russian leader Grigory Potemkin; Becky Toyne reviews Pulitzer Prize winner Cormac McCarthy's first new novels in 16 years; Haiti's political and economic crisis is fueling a public health disaster for women; five U.S. states get ready to vote on whether to close a loophole that allows for slavery in 2022; and more.

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