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Trump Wants to Party Like It’s 1776
’Cause a MAGA party won’t stop.
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With Prince Harry to Testify in Hacking Case, Royals Prepare to Cringe
A media spectacle will unfold this week as the prince prepares to take the stand against newspapers he says invaded his privacy by hacking his cellphone.
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India Funds New Trains Ahead of Safety Improvements, Analysts Say
Train travel in the country has gotten much safer, Friday’s disaster notwithstanding, but the government still puts high-profile projects ahead of basic safety improvements, analysts say.
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India Vows Punishment for Those Responsible for Deadly Train Crash
Officials suggested human error, even sabotage, could have led to the crash that killed 275, as crews raced to restore service and families struggled to reach the site to identify loved ones.
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California Officials Investigating Flight of Migrants to Sacramento
The state attorney general’s office said the migrants carried documents that specified a Florida government agency and a firm that dropped migrants in Martha’s Vineyard last year.
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Macron Faces Fresh Test as Outlook for French Finances Dims
S&P Global restated a negative outlook for France’s ability to repay mounting debt. Two other ratings agencies have lowered their views in recent weeks.
Here’s How We Can End the War in Ukraine
Rectal Cancer Patients May Not Need Radiation, Study Finds
A large “de-escalation” trial suggests that tens of thousands of people annually may be able to rely on only chemotherapy and surgery to treat their illness.
The Sun Is Calling
Make your cookout, picnic or beach trip a little easier.
Zelensky Signals Next Phase of Ukraine War Will Be Grim
Ahead of an expected counteroffensive, President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine, in an unusually personal speech, urged his compatriots to show their gratitude to Ukraine’s soldiers.
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Hong Kong Remembered June 4 Tiananmen Massacre, Until It Couldn’t
With candlelight vigils to the victims of the 1989 crushed student uprising in Beijing now only a memory, the anniversary is also a reminder of the freedoms Hong Kong has lost.
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DeSantis Relied Heavily on Big Donors In Initial Money Haul
The Florida governor’s campaign said it had around 40,000 donors in May, an average of more than $200 per donor — a figure far higher than is typical for a campaign heavily funded by grass-roots support.
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Serbia Protests After Mass Shootings Demand Social Changes
The protests, which have gathered momentum since two massacres in May, are denouncing a “culture of violence” and the increasingly authoritarian rule of the country’s leader.
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Abbott Signs Bill Banning Transgender Care for Minors in Texas
The measure makes Texas the largest state to ban transition medical treatment for people under 18.
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Biden Signs Fiscal Responsibility Act, Ending Debt-Limit Crisis
Now that the bill is law, the nation will not risk running out of money to pay its obligations for two years.
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Judge Finds Tennessee Law Aimed at Restricting Drag Shows Unconstitutional
The law, one of the first aimed at curbing drag performances in front of children, had been on hold for nearly two months as the legal battle went on.
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U.S. Warns China on Nuclear Rivalry and Vows to Keep Patrolling Region
Speeches by two top officials illustrated the depth of concern over the rift between the nations. China called it provocation.
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Car Bombing in Russian-Occupied Ukraine Shows Reach of War
The blast in the Zaporizhzhia region of southern Ukraine killed a cafe owner who was registered to run in elections seen as an attempt to legitimize Moscow’s illegal annexation of the area.
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