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20 Men Convicted for November 2015 Paris Terrorist Attacks
The verdict capped a 10-month trial on the Islamic State attacks of November 2015 that killed 130 people, traumatized the country and still shape French politics.
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First Amendment Confrontation May Loom in Post-Roe Fight
Without a federal right to abortion, questions about how states can regulate speech about it suddenly become much murkier.
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These TikTok Creators Are Fighting Health Myths
Meet the medical experts fighting bogus science, one “stitch” at a time.
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Ukraine Announces Prisoner Exchange, Including Mariupol Fighters
Officials said 144 Ukrainian soldiers, many of them seriously injured, were released in an exchange for the same number of Russian and proxy forces.
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New York Files Landmark Lawsuits Against a Flood of ‘Ghost Guns’
The legal complaints are the first to be brought under a new state law intended to hold gun manufacturers accountable for gun violence.
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Supreme Court Narrows Ruling for Tribes in Oklahoma
The decision followed a landmark 2020 ruling that said much of eastern Oklahoma falls within Indian reservation lands, limiting the authority of state prosecutors.
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When Reproductive Choice Is a Family Value
What it’s like to be a second-generation director of a North Carolina abortion clinic.
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‘Let the people in’
Trump and his top aides knew that the Jan. 6 rally was likely to turn violent.
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An Explosive Jan. 6 Hearing
Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide, gave a forceful and up-close account of the momentous day.
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This Is What a Post-Roe Abortion Looks Like
Self-managed abortion is not a substitute for having full reproductive rights. But it’s one of the best tools we have right now.
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Cassidy Hutchinson Stuns With Testimony About Trump on Jan. 6
The former White House aide was compared to John Dean, the former counsel to President Richard Nixon, whose public testimony was pivotal in describing his role in Watergate.
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NATO Expansion, Compliments of Mr. Putin
Make the affirmative case for NATO enlargement.
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After Rapes by Russian Soldiers, a Painful Quest for Justice
Women who were attacked in a village near Kyiv yearn for justice. “I want them to be punished,” said one victim. But Ukrainian officials face daunting challenges in prosecuting such crimes.
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Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado Fends Off Challenge From Left in N.Y. Primary
Mr. Delgado overcame his late entry into the race, benefiting from millions of dollars spent on campaign ads and mailers in the last weeks before the primary.
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Trump Aides Watch Testimony and Brace for Damage
A “stunning two hours” raises fears of political and legal consequences for the former president.
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Trump Urged Armed Supporters to Capitol, White House Aide Testifies
Cassidy Hutchinson told the House committee investigating the riot that President Donald J. Trump did not care about the potential for violence because his supporters were not there to attack him.
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Colombia’s Truth Commission Is Highly Critical of U.S. Policy
Its report estimates that 450,000 people were killed in the decades-long internal conflict — more than twice the number previously thought.
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Los Angeles County Votes to Return Beach Seized in 1924 From a Black Family
Ownership of the property, known as Bruce’s Beach, will be transferred to descendants of Charles and Willa Bruce, who bought the land in 1912 and built a resort.
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Cassidy Hutchinson Did Her Job
The former aide to Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reminded Americans about the value of public service.
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Will the Jan. 6 Committee Finally Bring Down the Cult of Trump?
“I don’t f-ing care that they have weapons” — words that should jolt some of his faithful into deprogramming.
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As Monkeypox Spreads, U.S. Plans a Vaccination Campaign
States will be given vaccine doses from the federal stockpile, but supplies of the safest type are limited.
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On Israeli and American Ballots: The Soul of Democracy
What ails Israel’s politics has similarities in the United States.
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A Timeline of the Key Scenes in Cassidy Hutchinson’s Jan. 6 Testimony
The former White House aide provided a fly-on-the-wall account of what former President Donald J. Trump and his top advisers were doing and saying as the attack on the Capitol unfolded.
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In Blow to Putin, Turkey Won’t Bar Sweden and Finland From NATO
The change was a victory for President Biden and a setback to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, who had justified the Ukraine invasion as a warning against NATO’s expansion.
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6 Takeaways From Today’s Jan. 6 Hearing
The former White House aide provided crucial insight into what President Donald J. Trump was doing and saying during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and in the days before.
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What is Ectopic Pregnancy and Will the Roe Decision Affect Treatment?
Some women and health care providers have concerns about how this rare but life-threatening pregnancy complication will be treated now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned.
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To Counter Putin, Biden Tries to Assemble an Upside-Down Cartel
President Biden led his Group of 7 counterparts to agree on a plan that would cap the price of Russian oil, a daunting goal that risks the Kremlin restricting supply even further.
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Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison as Epstein Case Nears Its End
Prosecutors said the harm inflicted by Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-abuse scheme was “incalculable.” A victim said she was driven to suicide attempts. Ms. Maxwell did not apologize.
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NYC First-Date Ideas for Everyone
Eliminating wild-card factors, embracing the daylight date and more tips.
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Rudy Giuliani at Center of Georgia’s Trump Investigation
Of all the legal threats Rudy Giuliani faces, the criminal inquiry into efforts to reverse the 2020 Georgia election may be the most dire.
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