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Santa Clara U. President Resigns After Inappropriate Behavior, Officials Say
The Rev. Kevin O’Brien had delivered the homily at a Mass for the inauguration of President Biden in January.
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Fatigue Is a Luxury You Can’t Afford
The Republican Party has abandoned democracy and is posing a bigger threat.
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Theater to Stream: Stars Gather for ‘Miscast’ and More
Other highlights include a new show by Kristina Wong, Joshua Harmon’s “Bad Jews” and “Broadway by the Year.”
Israel, Cheney, Spritz Season: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Should U.S. Condition Aid to Israel on Reducing Conflict?
American taxpayers don’t have much influence over Hamas, but they do have influence over Israel.
Officials Try to Stem Panic Buying at the Pump
A pipeline shutdown has driven Americans to search for gas, causing thousands of gas stations to run out of fuel. Here’s the latest on the economy.
Champions League Final Is Moving to Porto, Portugal
Istanbul is in lockdown and England wouldn’t bend on travel restrictions, so European soccer’s governing body will take its showcase game to Porto, Portugal.
Inflation News: Consumer Prices Jump in April as Investors Worry
The increase in the Consumer Price Index was well above forecasts. A top Fed official struck a watchful tone but said ‘it’s just one data point.’
What $450,000 Buys You in Wisconsin Florida and Kentucky
A 1925 cottage in Madison, a two-bedroom waterfront condo in Fort Lauderdale and a Craftsman bungalow in Louisville.
In Liz Cheney vs. Donald Trump, Guess Who Won
The Republican Party is not done degrading itself.
House Republicans to Vote on Cheney’s Leadership Post
The vote is expected to remove Liz Cheney from her No. 3 post for her repudiation of former President Trump’s election lies. Here’s the latest from Washington.
Why Rising U.S. Consumer Prices Could Mislead: Live Updates
Experts Call for Sweeping Reforms to Prevent the Next Pandemic
Swift mask mandates and travel restrictions, an international treaty and the creation of new bureaucracies are among the recommendations presented to the W.H.O.
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House, Biden Administration Reach Deal Over McGahn Testimony
A terse announcement signaled a possible end to a long-running constitutional lawsuit. But former President Donald J. Trump is not a party to the arrangement.
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Liz Cheney Delivers Defiant Speech Ahead of G.O.P. Vote
“Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar,” Ms. Cheney said.
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Norman Lloyd, Veteran Hollywood Hyphenate, Is Dead at 106
In his long career as an actor, producer and director, he worked with some of the best-known names in show business, even if his own was barely recognized.
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Hindu Sect Is Accused of Using Forced Labor to Build N.J. Temple
Federal agents descended on the massive temple in Robbinsville, N.J., as a lawsuit claimed low-caste men had been lured from India to work for about $1 an hour.
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Washington Post Picks Sally Buzbee as Top Editor
After more than three decades at the respected news service, Ms. Buzbee becomes the successor to the star editor Martin Baron.
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Live Updates: Democrats Press to Expand Voting Rights at Federal Level
A senate committee will debate a sweeping elections overhaul designed to blunt Republicans’ statewide efforts to limit voting rights. The Biden administration plans to allow all students, including undocumented ones, access to $36 billion in emergency stimulus aid flowing to colleges.
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Israel Hits Gaza With Deadly Airstrikes Amid Rocket Fire by Hamas
As the confrontation grew from localized violence in Jerusalem to a cross-border conflict, 23 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed, according to officials in Gaza.
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