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Another Chinese real estate developer is struggling to pay its debts

China's property crisis is ensnaring yet another developer.
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Hiroshima atomic bombing survivor Sunao Tsuboi dies at 96
Sunao Tsuboi, a survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bombing who made opposing nuclear weapons the message of his life, including in a meeting with President Barack Obama in 2016, has died. He was 96.
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Brazil Senators Seek to Charge Bolsonaro Over Virus Response
President Jair Bolsonaro has been accused of causing thousands of unnecessary deaths in a bid to reach herd immunity. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.
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Everything the 'Succession' Cast and Crew Have Said About Season 4
Before HBO made the official Season 4 announcement, "Succession's" Brian Cox and the show's writers exclusively told Newsweek at the London Film Festival all about their thoughts on Season 4.
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Adele to play first concerts in five years with London Hyde Park shows
Music superstar Adele said on Tuesday she will play two concerts at London's Hyde Park next summer, her first in five years, an announcement British media said caused her website to crash as fans rushed to register for a ticket pre-sale.
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How schools plan to keep students safe from COVID as cold weather arrives
Medical experts say schools can still keep kids safe from COVID-19 even if the colder temperatures make it harder for open air access.
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Why some alleged Capitol rioters are acting as their own attorneys
More than 100 people charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol have pleaded guilty. But others are promising to take their cases to trial, including some who have decided to represent themselves.
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One Year On, Amy Coney Barrett Is About To Play Crucial Role on Abortion
The Supreme Court is set to take up two cases that could have major implications on the future of abortion access.
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Movie Rejected for Oscars for Showing 'Hatred Towards British'
"Sardar Udham" is a biopic about Punjabi Sikh revolutionary Udham Singh, who assassinated a British official as revenge for a colonial-era massacre.
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How many Americans are still in Afghanistan? State Department number is 'way off,' GOP lawmaker says
Some lawmakers say the Biden administration is undercounting the number of U.S. citizens seeking to flee Afghanistan.       
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Solicitor general pick Elizabeth Prelogar poised for approval despite 'flipflopping' charge
Elizabeth Prelogar, who President Biden nominated to be the federal government's top Supreme Court lawyer, has mostly sailed through her confirmation.       
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World Series: 'This is the pure game, the right game, the irresistible game'
I'm a Red Sox fan, thus a little crestfallen of late, but I love any baseball game played well and smartly, largely obscured during the regular season.       
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Flaws in the Section 8 program leave poor people trapped in 'monstrous, depressing places'
As more white people moved out of public housing and Black people moved in, the federal government let thousands of apartments fall into disrepair.      
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How do I get the most out of Disney World in a day? Tried and true tips for first trips
Knowing when to arrive, what to pack and how to save helps maximize any day at Walt Disney World.      
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How to get the most from your trip to Disney World
Here are 5 tips to help guests navigate their once-in-a-lifetime experience at Disney World.      
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What Is 'Pikmin Bloom'? How to Download the Niantic Mobile Game
Similar to "Pokémon Go," "Pikmin Bloom" is an augmented reality game that encourages you to stretch your legs and explore your local area.
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Senate Democrats unveil a plan for a new tax on billionaires
Democrats say the tax on billionaire assets would help pay for President Biden's social spending bill.
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A hospital hiked the price of their healthy baby's birth by calling it an 'emergency'
"Obstetrical emergency departments" are a new aspect of some hospitals that can inflate medical bills for even the easiest, healthiest births. Just ask baby Gus's parents about their $2,755 ER charge.
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Capitals defenseman Nick Jensen has carried over his strong finish to last season
Jensen has two goals in the first six games.
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9 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump outraised GOP challengers in recent filings
Nine House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump led their challengers in recent fundraising numbers ahead of the 2022 midterms.       
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The strange backdrop to the G-20: a Roman neighborhood built as a fascist showpiece
Designed for the canceled the 1942 World’s Fair, EUR gets its moment in the spotlight eight decades later.
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How Democrats Would Tax Billionaires to Pay for Their Agenda
The plan stakes out new territory by putting levies on unrealized gains in the value of billionaires’ liquid assets, such as stocks, bonds and cash.
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Actually, Facebook isn’t making people angrier. Some people are just jerks.
People share disinformation to hurt the other side, this research shows.
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D.C.-area forecast: Breezy, brighter and milder today before next storm Thursday night and Friday
Moderate to heavy rain seems like a good bet for much of Friday.
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COVID Now a 'Major Cause of Death' in Kids But Many Parents Remain Hesitant on Vaccine
The risks of COVID for kids may be higher than previously believed. But many parents are reluctant to get their child vaccinated—even as FDA approval seems imminent.
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Capitals defenseman Nick Jensen has carried over his strong finish to last season
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'Rust' movie shooting: New Mexico DA says criminal charges 'on the table'
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What will a Covid-19 vaccine for younger kids mean? An expert weighs in
"Can I have a sleepover now?" "Do I still need to wear a mask?" "Will I get sick after I get the shot?" CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen explains what children ages 5 to 11 will be able to do once they are vaccinated.
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No unvaccinated players at Australian Open, says Victoria state Premier
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said his government will not apply for travel permits to allow unvaccinated tennis players to compete at the Australian Open in the state after Prime Minister Scott Morrison indicated they would be allowed into the country.
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Get to know farro and other superfood whole grains
Quinoa has reached a level of superfood status not seen since the great kale takeover of the aughts. Equally embraced and mocked in pop culture, it's become the symbol of the grain bowl generation. It's not the only whole grain that's worth bringing to the table, however.
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Get to know farro and other superfood whole grains
The world of whole grains is wide, and if quinoa and brown rice have been the only grains on your plate, it's time to expand your palate. Here's an introduction to whole grains, along with tips on cooking and enjoying them.
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10 Great Family Friendly Movies to Watch This Halloween
Halloween is nearly upon us, and there are plenty of horror films for people of all ages out there who want to get into the spooky spirit.
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David Gilbert, convicted in deadly 1981 armored car robbery, granted parole
San Francisco’s District Attorney Chesa Boudin praised a New York parole board Tuesday after his father, former Weather Underground radical David Gilbert, was granted parole after serving 40 years for his role in a deadly 1981 Brink's robbery that resulted in the killings of a guard and two police officers.
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Kyrsten Sinema, Joe Manchin Back Corporate Minimum Tax on $1B Companies
The senators who opposed Biden's $3.5 trillion social spending bill support a plan to introduce 15 percent minimum tax on profits for major businesses.
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Shiba Inu Crypto Hits All-Time High Despite Being Snubbed by Elon Musk
The dog-themed token's community pushed back after the multi-billionaire said he had not invested in it.
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Who Could Replace Ed Sheeran on 'Saturday Night Live'?
After Ed Sheeran revealed he's been diagnosed with COVID-19, his performance on the November 6 episode of "SNL" alongside Kieran Culkin has been put into doubt.
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'Rust' Gaffer Shares 'Last Photo' of Halyna Hutchins Before Fatal Shooting
Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot on the set of "Rust" last week, after star and producer Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun.
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Severe storm threat shifts to the Gulf Coast
A level 3 out of 5 severe weather threat shifts east towards the Gulf Coast. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest forecast.
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Athlete, 25, Diagnosed With Incurable Cancer After IBS Misdiagnosis
Andrew McAslan was diagnosed with follicular lymphoma earlier this year. This weekend he joined in a fundraiser that raised $3.4 million to search for a cure.
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Covid-19 live updates: New cases down nearly 60 percent since delta variant surge
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McConnell joins Trump, backs Herschel Walker in Georgia's 2022 GOP Senate primary
Amid a nasty war of words between Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell, the Senate GOP leader joins with the former president in endorsing Herschel Walker's bid for a U.S. Senate seat
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AP Top Stories October 27 A
Here's the latest for Wednesday October 27th: Regulators endorse Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids; Biden campaigns in Virginia governor's race; Congressional Democrats closer to finishing domestic agenda package; Two arrests in Texas child's death.      
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Nor'easter Live Updates: Stormy Weather Continues Across New York and New Jersey After Widespread Flooding
Heavy rainfall and strong winds are continuing to hit New York and New Jersey into Wednesday. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
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Alec Baldwin Shooting Live Updates: Santa Fe Sheriff and District Attorney to Reveal Initial Findings
Santa Fe's sheriff and district attorney are set to update the public on the shooting of two people on the set of 'Rust' by Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
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What is COP26 and can it avert a climate catastrophe?
World leaders are gathering for a crucial climate summit known as COP26 in Glasgow, UK. COP stands for the "Conference of the Parties," and, organized by the United Nations, there have been 25 of them since the first in 1995. Some have been productive, others bitterly disappointing. Here's what you need to know.
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What is COP26 and can it avert a climate catastrophe?
World leaders are gathering for a crucial climate summit known as COP26 in Glasgow, UK. COP stands for the "Conference of the Parties," and, organized by the United Nations, there have been 25 of them since the first in 1995. Some have been productive, others bitterly disappointing. Here's what you need to know.
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A decades-old cold case of abandoned infant remains has been solved using DNA evidence. Now a North Carolina couple is charged with a felony
Three decades after infant remains were found in a North Carolina beach town, police say they have arrested and charged a couple based on new DNA evidence.
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A decades-old cold case of abandoned infant remains has been solved using DNA evidence. Now a North Carolina couple is charged with a felony
Three decades after infant remains were found in a North Carolina beach town, police say they have arrested and charged a couple based on new DNA evidence.
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Family: Deputy's conviction for killing is 'partial justice'
A mentally ill man died in a California police shooting.
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