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Jul 05, 2022

What We Know About the Highland Park Shooting Victims
A seventh person died on Tuesday. More than 30 people were wounded.

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Jul 05, 2022

7 Trump Allies Subpoenaed in Georgia Criminal Investigation
Rudy Giuliani, Lindsey Graham, John Eastman and several others in the former president's orbit were subpoenaed in the election meddling inquiry.

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Jul 05, 2022

How Common Is Pancreatitis After a Colonoscopy? Travis Barker's Condition, Explained
After the musician Travis Barker was hospitalized with pancreatitis on June 28, some wondered if the two events were linked. Here's what to know.

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Jul 05, 2022

Biden Awards Medal of Honor to Vietnam Soldiers for ‘Incredible Heroism'
"They went far above and beyond the call of duty," the president said as he bestowed America's highest military honor upon four recipients.

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Jul 05, 2022

Drug Distributors Cleared of Blame for Opioids Crisis in W. Va. County
Often described as ground zero for the epidemic, the communities of Cabell County and Huntington, W. Va., had opted out of a settlement and lost their case at trial.

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Jul 05, 2022

Boris Johnson Is at the Beginning of the End
The prime minister's moment of reckoning has arrived at last.

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Jul 05, 2022

New Jersey Tightens Gun Laws After Latest Mass Shooting
The legislation, which Gov. Phil Murphy signed on Tuesday, is part of a push by states with strict gun laws to work around a Supreme Court ruling aimed at dismantling them.

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Jul 05, 2022

U.S. Aims to Expand Export Bans on China Over Security and Human Rights
The Biden administration is applying lessons learned from controls on Russia during the Ukraine war to try to limit China's military and technological advances.

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Jul 05, 2022

Infertility Patients and Doctors Fear Abortion Bans Could Restrict I.V.F.
The new state bans don't explicitly cover embryos created outside the womb, but legal experts say overturning Roe could make it easier to place controls on genetic testing, storage and disposal of them.

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Jul 05, 2022

Liberals Need a Clearer Vision of the Constitution. Here's What It Could Look Like.
The legal scholar Larry Kramer on why the left's embrace of judicial supremacy was a mistake.

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Jul 05, 2022

Highland Park Wasn't The Only Shooting This Weekend
As of early Monday morning, at least 57 people had been shot in Chicago alone over the Fourth of July weekend, nine of them fatally.

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Jul 05, 2022

Hacker Offers to Sell Chinese Police Database in Potential Breach
For about $200,000, an unidentified person or group is offering what is described as data on a billion Chinese citizens. A sampling seemed to show the data to be genuine.

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Jul 05, 2022

France Brings Home French Wives of ISIS Jihadists From Syria
The country repatriated 16 women from Syria, in a move it had long ruled out. Thirty-five children, including some orphans, accompanied them.

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Jul 05, 2022

El Salvador's Bitcoin Bet Isn't Paying Off
It brought El Salvador's president, Nayib Bukele, the adulation of the tech community, but reduced scarce funds and moved the nation closer to default.

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Jul 05, 2022

When the Czarinas Ruled Fashion's Front Row
A group of Russian women were once the hottest things at couture, embraced not just by fashion, but by the watching world. Where are they now?

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Jul 05, 2022

La cercanía Ken Salazar con AMLO preocupa en el gobierno de Biden
Altos funcionarios estadounidenses temen que la relación de Ken Salazar con el presidente de México esté resultando contraproducente y pueda ser un retroceso para los intereses de Washington en la región.

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Jul 05, 2022

‘Get the Stretcher!' Life and Death on Ukraine's Front Line
On another day of scorched-earth artillery barrages in the east, a team of Ukrainian medics did their best to stabilize and assure the survivors, with the din of war all around.

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Jul 05, 2022

Highland Park Victim Was a Grandfather Who Hadn't Wanted to Attend the Parade
Nicholas Toledo was sitting in his wheelchair along the parade route, between his son and a nephew, when the bullets started flying.

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Jul 05, 2022

A Bluer Picture
The midterm campaigns for the House and the Senate are shaping up quite differently.

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Jul 05, 2022

The Promises and Pitfalls of the New Gun Law
After yet another mass shooting, will the bipartisan legislation actually work?

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Jul 05, 2022

What We Know About the Highland Park Shooting
Police detained a person of interest after a manhunt across the Chicago area. The shooting, in which six people were killed, sent a chill across the suburb.

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Jul 05, 2022

Lonely Last Days in the Suburban Office Park
A younger generation wants more urban offices, or at least suburban offices that feel more urban.

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Jul 05, 2022

Demaryius Thomas Diagnosed With C.T.E., Family Reckons With His Death
Demaryius Thomas had C.T.E. when he died in December at 33, but the posthumous diagnosis alone does not explain what role football had in the charismatic N.F.L. star's quick decline.

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Jul 05, 2022

His PTSD, and My Struggle to Live With It
After my partner was brutally beaten on the street, I became one of the many thousands of Americans caring for someone with post-traumatic stress disorder — and our relationship changed forever.

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Jul 05, 2022

How Wall Street Escaped the Crypto Meltdown
As cryptocurrency prices plunged and funds failed, strict rules on risky assets helped Wall Street companies sidestep the worst. Retail investors weren't as lucky.

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Jul 05, 2022

Veterans of Carter-Era Inflation Warn That Biden Has Few Tools to Tame Prices
President Biden and Democrats face political peril as costs keep rising and midterm elections loom.

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Jul 05, 2022

Christian Nationalists Are Excited About What Comes Next
The way the movement's leaders see it, Dobbs is just a way station.

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Jul 05, 2022

Liberals Need a Better Vision of the Constitution. Here's What It Could Look Like.
The legal scholar Larry Kramer on why the left's embrace of judicial supremacy was a mistake.

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Jul 05, 2022

My Father, Ronald Reagan, Taught Me a Healthy Fear of Guns
There are people in America who want the rest of us to be afraid. History shows that every democracy that has crumbled did so in an atmosphere of fear.

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Jul 05, 2022

I'm Terrified for My Patients Now That Roe Is Gone
A high-risk obstetrician explains what his patients will have to endure.

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Jul 05, 2022

How Liberals Lost the Constitution — And How to Win It Back
The legal scholar Larry Kramer on why the left's embrace of judicial supremacy was a mistake.

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Jul 05, 2022

Brittney Griner Writes Letter to Biden Pleading for Release
Griner, the W.N.B.A. star, sent a letter to President Biden on Monday, asking him to help free her from prison in Russia. She has been in custody since February.

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Jul 05, 2022

Will the Abortion Debate Keep Moderate Women in the Democrats' Camp?
Worried about inflation and dissatisfied with President Biden, many moderate women have been drifting away from Democrats. Now the party hopes the fight for abortion rights will drive them back.

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Jul 05, 2022

Nuclear Power Gets New Push in U.S., Winning Converts
With challenges in meeting clean energy goals and new electricity demands, politicians in both parties seek to prolong and even expand reactor use.

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Jul 05, 2022

On Conservative Radio, Misleading Message Is Clear: ‘Democrats Cheat'
Election fraud claims from 2020 are widespread on talk radio, contributing to the belief that the midterm results cannot be trusted.

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Jul 05, 2022

Britain Gears Up for a Summer of Labor Discontent
With energy costs and inflation surging, and taxes and the cost of loans increasing, British workers are demanding higher pay and going on strike with a militancy not seen in years.

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Jul 05, 2022

Has Biden's Top Diplomat in Mexico, Ken Salazar, Gone Too Far, Officials Ask?
Administration officials fear that the U.S. ambassador's cozy relationship with the Mexican president has backfired, and may be setting back American interests in the region.

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Jul 05, 2022

Has Biden's Top Diplomat in Mexico Gone Too Far, Officials Ask?
Administration officials fear that the U.S. ambassador's cozy relationship with the Mexican president has backfired, and may be setting back American interests in the region.

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Jul 05, 2022

Chicago's Weekend of Gun Violence Doesn't Stop at Highland Park
As of early Monday morning, at least 57 people had been shot in Chicago alone over the Fourth of July weekend, nine of them fatally.

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Jul 05, 2022

‘Get the Stretcher!' Life and Death on Ukraine's Front Line.
On another day of scorched-earth artillery barrages in the east, a team of Ukrainian medics did their best to stabilize and assure the survivors, with the din of war all around.

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Jul 05, 2022

Israel's Coalition Was Not a Failure. It Was a Precedent.
The departing coalition was created out of necessity — it was the only path to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu — but it almost immediately came under vicious attack.

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Jul 05, 2022

In Wimbledon's Queue, Waiting Is a Pleasure, and the Point
In a world of online ticketing, camping overnight for tennis seats is an anachronism, but it is also about community and a sense of belonging.

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Jul 04, 2022

Young Politicians Seek Change, but Face Hurdles as Old as Politics
A new law allowed a record number of young people to run in local elections this year. But they face skepticism, cultural hurdles and problems as old as politics itself.

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Jul 04, 2022

Portrait of a victim: a 76-year-old grandfather who hadn't wanted to attend the parade.


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Jul 04, 2022

Another Step Toward Climate Apocalypse
The Supreme Court does its bit to make the earth unlivable.

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Jul 04, 2022

Russia Advances Behind Brutal Barrage, but Will Its Strategy Keep Working?
The Russian and Ukrainian armies have both been badly mauled, raising questions about how long they can keep fighting as they have, particularly the outgunned Ukrainians.

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Jul 04, 2022

Biden says he will not give up ‘fighting the epidemic of gun violence.'


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Jul 04, 2022

How Wimbledon Became the Nick Kyrgios Show
Kyrgios, the big, talented Australian, has taken over Wimbledon with his antics and psychological warfare. It's working.

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Jul 04, 2022

The Nick Kyrgios Show, Also Known as Wimbledon, Gets Another Encore
Kyrgios, the big, talented Australian, has taken over Wimbledon with his antics and psychological warfare. It's working.

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Jul 04, 2022

Witnesses recall chaos, terror and confusion.


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Jul 04, 2022

In Putin's Russia, the Arrests Are Spreading Quickly and Widely
One by one, Russians deemed insufficiently patriotic are being snatched up by security forces as the Kremlin tightens the noose.

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Jul 04, 2022

A Partial List of Mass Shootings in 2022
The attack at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, in which 19 children and two teachers were killed, was the country's deadliest shooting this year.

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Jul 04, 2022

Pope Francis Dispels Rumors He's About to Retire
Benedict's exit changed expectations that the papacy would always be a lifetime assignment, fueling speculation the current pope has tried to push away.

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Jul 04, 2022

‘I was punching the door': A father's desperate escape with his family.


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Jul 04, 2022

How to Protect Bristol Bay's Salmon for the Long Haul
E.P.A. action, legislation and land conservation together can permanently protect Alaska's Bristol Bay, the salmon and a way of life.

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Jul 04, 2022

Maybelle Blair Inspired ‘A League of Their Own.' At 95, She's Far From Done.
Maybelle Blair is still dedicated to including women and girls in baseball. And she still loves the "clicketyclack" sound of baseball cleats on her feet.

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Jul 04, 2022

Police Respond to Shooting at Highland Park Fourth of July Parade
Crowds of people fled, and officials in the Chicago suburb canceled festivities. It was unclear if anyone had been injured.

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Jul 04, 2022

As the war grinds on, world leaders discuss the cost of rebuilding Ukraine.


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Jul 04, 2022

‘Swimming Wasn't for Us': Philadelphia Pool Club Tries to Close Racial Gap
The nation's first Black-owned pool club aims to teach hundreds of children to swim this summer, helping to close a dangerous racial gap in the process.

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Jul 04, 2022

Bullet Too Damaged to Prove Who Killed Shireen Abu Akleh, U.S. Says
The State Department said Shireen Abu Akleh, the Al Jazeera broadcaster killed in the West Bank in May, was likely hit by shots fired from Israeli military positions.

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Jul 04, 2022

A spate of arrests suggests the Kremlin is further clamping down on dissent.


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Jul 04, 2022

Where the Risks of Pregnancy Meet Abortion Laws and Health Care
Even before the wave of abortion bans, medical treatment and advice for pregnancy has largely focused on fetal safety over the mother's.

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Jul 04, 2022

Why ‘Gayborhoods' Lose L.G.B.T.Q. Residents in Major Cities
Many are choosing to live elsewhere in search of cheaper housing and better amenities. They are finding growing acceptance in other communities after decades of political and social changes.

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Jul 04, 2022

Kool & the Gang Get the Dance Floor Moving. Have They Gotten Their Due?
The group's funk, disco and pop songs have been sampled over 1,800 times, but haven't collected the same accolades as many contemporaries. A new boxed set takes a look back.

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Jul 04, 2022

Xiao Jianhua, Chinese Canadian Billionaire, on Trial in China
The case against the financier Xiao Jianhua is widely seen as part of a crackdown on the debt-fueled excess that drove China's economic growth.

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Jul 04, 2022

Chosen Families
Spending the holiday with those who support you.

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Jul 04, 2022

Nazi Tapes Provide a Chilling Sequel to the Eichmann Trial
Sixty years after the execution of Adolf Eichmann, the logistics chief of the Holocaust, an Israeli documentary airs his confessions in his own voice.

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Jul 04, 2022

A Refreshing Look at Egypt's Ancient Pyramids
A downpour, a dust storm and an encounter with a lively dig team offered a photographer a new perspective on the country's celebrated tombs.

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Jul 04, 2022

Army Bases That Honor Confederate Traitors Could Soon Be Renamed for These Heroes
The names "embody the best of the United States Army and America," a commission established by Congress wrote in announcing its choices.

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Jul 04, 2022

Are Covid Vaccines That Defend Against Omicron Variants Too Late?
The government has greenlit new vaccines to defend against the latest Omicron variants. But the shots won't arrive until the fall, and cases are rising now.

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Jul 04, 2022

Keep Czars Far Away, in Moscow or Mar-a-Lago
Things worth fighting for on the Fourth of July.

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Jul 04, 2022

Updated Covid Shots Are Coming. Will They Be Too Late?
The government has greenlit new vaccines to defend against the latest Omicron variants. But the shots won't arrive until the fall, and cases are rising now.

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Jul 04, 2022

Our Gun Myths Have Held America Hostage for Too Long
Proponents of gun reform in this country are up against more than a powerful gun lobby. They are up against our most durable national myth.

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Jul 04, 2022

It's July 4, 2022, and Somehow We Are Still Talking About Trump
Biden can't possibly like the chatter about him, either.

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Jul 04, 2022

How Can We Still Be Talking About Trump?
Biden can't possibly like the chatter about him, either.

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Jul 04, 2022

In a Post-Roe World, We Can Treat Mothers and Children With Dignity
Especially in hard cases like ectopic pregnancy. we can offer more love and material support to mothers and children.

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Jul 04, 2022

America Is Failing Refugees, and Itself
How the United States treats refugees is one of the greatest tests of the American experiment.

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Jul 04, 2022

Copenhagen Mall Shooting: Police See No Terrorism Motive
The suspect was known to mental health services, according to the police. "Our assessment is that these are random victims," an inspector said.

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Jul 04, 2022

Moving Beyond Cynicism to Resolve the Challenges We Face
Why a culture that has bred cynicism and placed a premium on the performance of virtue is in need of new ideas to build a better America.

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Jul 04, 2022

The World Is Going Hungry. Rich Countries Could Help Stop That.
The Group of 7 missed a chance to act, but it's not too late.

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Jul 04, 2022

Extreme Weather Challenges Bikepackers on the Tour Divide Race
The Tour Divide, a bikepacking race from the Canadian Rockies to the U.S. border with Mexico, has always been a test of fortitude. But extreme weather is making it much more dangerous.

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Jul 04, 2022

When Will Federer and the Williams Sisters Call It Quits? Maybe Never.
Advances in physical preparation keep their bodies in the game, and so can the changing nature of sports business and celebrity.

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Jul 03, 2022

Schiaparelli, The Mother of Strange Fashion
A new exhibition in Paris on the designer Elsa Schiaparelli shows how her Surrealist "little jokes" still inspire weirdness today.

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Jul 03, 2022

Air Travelers Face Delays and Cancellations on July 4 Weekend
Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.

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Jul 03, 2022

Three Dead in Denmark After Shooting in Copenhagen Mall
The police said that one person was in custody but that it was too early to suggest a motive for the shooting, which happened at the Field's shopping center on Sunday.

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Jul 03, 2022

New Insights Into Trump's State of Mind on Jan. 6 Chip Away at Doubts
Former President Donald J. Trump has weathered scandals by keeping his intentions under wraps, but recent testimony paints a stark portrait of a man willing to do almost anything to hang onto power.

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Jul 03, 2022

Air Travelers Face Delays and Cancelations on July 4 Weekend
Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.

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Jul 03, 2022

In Ukraine, U.S. Veterans Step In Where the Military Will Not
Special Operations veterans are training Ukrainians near the front lines in the fight against Russia, despite warnings from the Pentagon.

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Jul 03, 2022

Body Camera Footage of Jayland Walker Shooting Raises Questions
Mr. Walker's family urged calm as protests continued in Akron, Ohio.

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Jul 03, 2022

A Clunky, Reusable Mask May Be the Answer to N95 Waste
Experts say the U.S. government has unintentionally encouraged a dependency on imported masks by failing to promote elastomeric respirators, a reusable mask that is domestically produced.

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Jul 03, 2022

Did the Supreme Court Open the Door to Reviving One of Its Worst Decisions?
Lochner v. New York, a 1905 decision on labor law, is imprinted on today's law students as an example of bad jurisprudence. But those old days could be returning.

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Jul 03, 2022

Lysychansk, Ukraine's Last Outpost in Luhansk, Falls to Russia
Lysychansk managed to hold out for a week after its twin city, Sievierodonetsk, was captured. But on Sunday a pro-Russian flag flew there, as well.

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Jul 03, 2022

Several Dead in Denmark After Shooting in Copenhagen Mall
The police said that one person was in custody but that it was too early to suggest a motive for the shooting, which happened at the Field's shopping center on Sunday.

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Jul 03, 2022

Four Killed After Explosions in a Russian City Near the Ukraine Border
The Russians said its air-defense systems shot down three missiles, but one fell to the ground in central Belgorod.

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Jul 03, 2022

Abortion, Like Prohibition, Has a Clear Racial Dimension
How long before this unpopular repression also loses favor and falls into decline?

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Jul 03, 2022

Justice Department Braces for Rise in Violent Crime
Top officials at the department met with prosecutors and the local police in Philadelphia in an effort to help cities prepare for a hot-weather crime wave marked by the Fourth of July.

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Jul 03, 2022

Amid Ukraine War, Orchestras Rethink ‘1812 Overture,' a July 4 Rite
Some ensembles have decided not to perform Tchaikovsky's overture, written as commemoration of Russia's defeat of Napoleon's army.

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Jul 03, 2022

Nick Kyrgios, a Dream and a Nightmare for Wimbledon, Is Winning
The Australian's matches and news conferences have become irresistible theater — some call them a circus — a blessing and a curse for a sport that is always battling for attention.

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Jul 03, 2022

Why the City of Lysychansk Is a Big Prize in Putin's War Strategy
Controlling the cities of Sievierodonetsk and Lysychansk means Russia could position its forces to mount offensives on cities to the southwest.

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Jul 03, 2022

76 Fake Charities Shared a Mailbox. The I.R.S. Approved Them All.
The tax agency is the gatekeeper for America's charity system, but reduced vetting has opened the door to scams.

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