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Salman Rushdie and the long shadow of 'The Satanic Verses'
Salman Rushdie was marked for death and celebrated as an icon after writing "The Satanic Verses." Last week's near-fatal attack reminds us of the stakes
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Jailed for terrorism, onetime hero Rusesabagina is a point of U.S. contention with Rwanda
On his trip through Africa last week, Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken told reporters that the U.S. has "been clear about our concerns related to Paul Rusesabagina's trial and conviction, particularly the lack of fair-trial guarantees."
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Podcast: Babies at a bargain lead to pricey problems
Lilly Frost set up a surrogacy service promising cheap rates and guaranteed pregnancy. Now, the FBI is investigating.
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Against war's bleak backdrop, nonstop crush of weddings in Kyiv
Couples in Ukraine's capital flock to tie the knot as war nears six-month mark.
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Nearly $4 billion in federal student loan debt canceled for former ITT Tech students
All remaining federal loans taken out to attend ITT Technical Institute since 2005 will be automatically wiped out, the Department of Education said.
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Column: Cheney's Wyoming defeat is a win for Trump and a decisive blow to fading GOP establishment
Cheney's congressional primary loss also undermines the truth and those who care about protecting democracy.
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Rep. Liz Cheney loses Wyoming GOP primary to Trump-backed challenger
The three-term congresswoman lost to Harriet Hageman, a lawyer who has worked to block federal regulations in Wyoming and who was endorsed by former President Trump.
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After a violent weekend in Mexico, traffic at California border crossings returns to normal
Things appeared to return back to normal as the hours-long traffic to go through border checkpoints to the United States were back.
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Gina Lollobrigida, icon from Hollywood's Golden Age, to run for Senate in Italy
Gina Lollobrigida says she's seeking office because she is 'tired of hearing politicians arguing with each other without ever getting to the point.'
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Escalating border war in Africa tests a Biden administration already weighed down by global crises
Fighting along the border between Rwanda, Congo has echo in conflicts that have killed millions in recent years
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Podcast: Life and death in the Darién Gap
A look at one of the world's most treacherous crossing spots for refugees
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