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    ‘This girl has united us all’: Women’s rage mobilizes Iranians

    Women and their freedoms are the catalyst for widespread demonstrations in Iran demanding reforms – even,...

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    Why is Italy swerving far right? Many feel they have no choice.

    Italians have seen a variety of governments come and go over recent decades, but with few...

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    New York is suing Donald Trump for fraud. Three questions.

    Where does a country draw a line between launching investigations for political motives and ensuring that...

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    A creative response to inflation

    As central banks raise interest rates to rein in rising prices, consumers and businesses tap into...

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    ‘We’re with you’: Biden promises to help storm-struck Puerto Rico

    In the wake of Hurricane Fiona, President Joe Biden is mobilizing the Federal Emergency Management Administration...

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    'Remarkable unity': International opinion turns against Russia

    At the U.N. General Assembly, many leaders, including Russian allies, used their speeches to denounce Russia's...

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    Putin's draft divides families, spurs vows of more protests

    As Russia escalates its military campaign against Ukraine, shock over the mobilization is reverberating across the...

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    In Pictures: Are New York’s dining sheds here to stay?

    New York’s restaurant sheds emerged as an emergency stopgap at the start of the pandemic. They’ve...

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    With buses and planes, GOP governors put border crisis in spotlight

    Decried by Democrats for using migrants as political pawns, Republicans say they want Northern cities to...

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    Tracing the cycles of Black empowerment, white backlash

    In ‘The Third Reconstruction,’ Peniel E. Joseph examines key points in U.S. history in which Black...

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    Biden’s UN balancing act: Condemning war while advocating broad agenda

    On Ukraine, President Biden is conducting his signature global defense of democracy. But at the U.N.,...

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    More troops, more annexations: Putin announces new Ukraine plans

    After Russia’s defeat in Kharkiv, the pressure was on Vladimir Putin to respond. Today he did,...

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    The skies open for climate aid

    Denmark sets a precedent for industrial nations in deciding to assist countries least responsible for global...

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    For Russia, a geopolitical price for military setbacks in Ukraine

    Russia’s recent setbacks in Ukraine have given pause to President Putin’s allies, and undermined his ambition...

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    Teaching as a heroic profession? ‘Abbott Elementary’ says yes.

    Television shows are, by nature, feats of celebrity. But our commentator finds humility and heroism center...

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    New York attorney general sues Trump and company, alleges fraud

    New York Attorney General Letitia James is suing Donald Trump and his company for engaging in...

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    A boost to wildlife in Bolivia and to child welfare in Nigeria

    Progress roundup: From Nigeria’s drop in child marriage to wildlife populating a dangerous Bolivian road; also...

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    DOJ charges Minnesota nonprofit in $248 million COVID fraud case

    In Minnesota, 48 people were charged by the Department of Justice with a plot to take...

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    Putin mobilizes new Russian troops, makes veiled nuclear threat

    Under pressure from a Ukrainian counteroffensive, President Vladimir Putin is ordering a partial mobilization in Russia,...

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    Protests continue in Iran after hijab arrest results in death

    Protests erupted in Iran after a young woman died in the custody of morality police, accused...

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    How Ron DeSantis trumped Trump with migrant move

    Preparing for a likely 2024 presidential run that could pit him against his former mentor, Florida...

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    Rise of the climate optimists, pushing back against gloom

    Against a backdrop of dark or doom-filled outlooks regarding climate change, a rising movement seeks to...

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    The Supreme Court case that could reshape US elections

    What’s the best way to run free and fair elections? Proponents of one legal theory say...

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    Listening to the world’s students

    The pandemic’s disruption to classrooms has forced educators to see youths as partners and developers in...

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    After queen, new king and prime minister seek to steady ship of state

    Britain’s new monarch and new prime minister start their jobs in difficult circumstances; each will be...

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    Massachusetts women on track to make electoral history this fall

    In Massachusetts, a state which has lagged in electing female candidates, women lead races for governor...

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    First public carbon database reveals US and Russia as top emitters

    The world is getting its first publicly accessible carbon database, which will track 75% of the...

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    ‘A new chapter’: American and Taliban member released in swap

    The family of U.S. veteran and contractor, Mark Frerichs, said he has been freed by the...

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    Refugee-welcoming ‘sponsor circles’ to be a formal part of US policy

    After budget cuts weakened U.S. refugee resettlement agencies, thousands of American families offered to host Afghans...

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    In Pictures: Where sculpture meets mini golf

    In Minnesota, Bruce Stillman finds a creative solution to low attendance at his sculpture garden and...

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    Yeshiva University halts school clubs after high court LGBTQ ruling

    Yeshiva University has abruptly suspended student club activity in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court...

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    Rout in Ukraine fuels debate in Russia: Ease up or double down?

    The rout of Russian forces in Kharkiv reignited debate in Moscow over what to do next....

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    Private giving rises to new global challenges

    Many of the world’s biggest donors will gather at the United Nations this month, a sign...

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    New Wave filmmaker Godard lived France’s love-hate relationship with US

    French film director Jean-Luc Godard first found inspiration in American film, then rejected the U.S., epitomizing...

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    US Southern Republican governors transport more migrants north

    Republican governors have been sending migrants to cities such as Washington D.C., New York, and Chicago...

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    Receding waters relieve flood-stricken southern Pakistan

    After a deadly summer of torrential monsoon rains, floodwaters are finally beginning to recede in southern...

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    'Sweden first' party surges to success, furthers right-wing trend

    The Sweden Democrats secured their election Wednesday in a vote that had been too close to...

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    New interactive atlas is a bird watcher's virtual paradise

    The Bird Migration Explorer mapping tool, a new online atlas of bird migration, tracks around 450...

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    Field of teens: Despite the bickering, a surprise win

    I built a baseball diamond on my farm to encourage camaraderie among my nephews. Nothing quite...

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    Behind a coal mine strike: Who cares for workers in a fading industry?

    Coal miners have been on strike for 18 months in Alabama. Their struggle points to the...

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    How Arizona became America’s school choice lab

    What does freedom look like when it comes to education? As school choice discussions ramp up,...

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    Britain’s immigrants: Mournful of the queen, but mindful of empire

    Many immigrant Britons have mixed feelings about the queen, revering her sense of duty, but increasingly...

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    Rail workers help the U.S. find a new work-life balance

    A pact that averted a rail strike includes better rules on time off for employees, an...

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    Win for Wisconsin voters with disabilities, other states persist

    A federal judge in Wisconsin ruled that voters with disabilities may receive support in returning their...

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    In Ukraine – and Europe – who can win the winter?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin hopes that cutting gas supplies to Europe, prompting power cuts, will sap...

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    Berlin museum displays transparency alongside pillaged artifacts

    A Berlin museum opening this week includes explanations of how some displayed items will soon return...

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    Viola Davis shines in true story of elite female fighting force

    “The Woman King” explores African history rarely seen in film. Its deep dive into a fierce,...

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    Railway labor strike averted with tentative deal made by Biden

    Amtrak is rescheduling canceled trains after railroad workers reached a tentative union deal that would ensure...

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    Not gone, but forgotten? Syrian refugees struggle to move forward.

    An outpouring of generosity and compassion a decade ago created a refuge for Syrians fleeing civil...

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    A peace-shaping deal for the Mideast

    Israel and Lebanon near a deal on their fuel-rich maritime boundaries that might also fuel better...