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Euro 2020: Denmark’s Christian Eriksen Collapses During Match
Eriksen received urgent medical treatment on the field after suddenly falling to the turf playing against Finland. Follow updates here.
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French Political Leader Pelted With Flour During Protest
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the leader of the far-left party France Unbowed, was showered with flour in Paris, just days after President Emmanuel Macron was slapped in the face.
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Verda Tetteh Won a $40,000 Scholarship Then Asked That it Go To Someone With More Need
Verda Tetteh, 17, was awarded the scholarship during the graduation ceremony at her Massachusetts high school. Moments later, she returned it and said it should go to a student who needed it more.
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Garland Confronts Crisis Over Leak Inquiries and Journalism
Prosecutors’ approach to unauthorized disclosures of government secrets has undergone a sea change in the 21st century.
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How to Have a Better Relationship
Good relationships don’t happen overnight. They take commitment, compromise, forgiveness and most of all — effort. Here we offer the latest in relationship science, expert advice, fun quizzes and helpful tips to help you build a stronger bond with your partner.
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Leaders Poised to Sign Declaration on Global Health
The annual Group of 7 leaders summit is underway in Cornwall, England, with Covid, climate change, China and Russia on the agenda. Here’s the latest.
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We Are Not Fated to Be Fanatics
Humans may be wired to need some kind of faith, but it doesn’t have to be like this.
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Justice Dept., Johnson & Johnson, French Open: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Euro 2020 Updates: Italy Takes On Turkey
Italy and Turkey are playing in Rome in the first game of the European soccer championship.
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French Open Updates: Djokovic Faces Nadal in the Men’s Semifinal
This men’s singles match between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal feels like it should be a final. But only one will advance to play for a title.
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Two Black Students Won School Honors. Then Came the Demands for a Recount.
After two white families claimed a grade calculation error, a Mississippi school added their children as co-valedictorian and co-salutatorian, reviving questions about race and equity.
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Pulitzer Winners Include The New York Times and Buzzfeed News
The Pulitzer board recognized reporting on the murder of George Floyd, including a special citation for Darnella Frazier, the teenager who filmed the killing. The public service prize went to The New York Times for Covid coverage.
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Democrats Denounce Seizure of Lawmakers’ Data and Demand Inquiry
The Justice Department under former President Trump secretly seized data from the accounts of at least two House lawmakers. Here’s the latest in politics.
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F.D.A. Tells J.&J. to Throw Out 60 Million Doses Made at Troubled Plant
The doses, produced at a Baltimore factory under federal review, must be discarded because of possible contamination.
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What to Know About Mask Rules in California
Friday: Vaccinated Californians will mostly be able to go mask-free. But there’s still some confusion. Also: News about California Today.
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Mothers Don’t Have to Be Martyrs
How to shift your mind-set from giving so much of yourself to others.
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Vaccinate the World
Wealthy countries are pledging to donate a billion doses. Will it be enough?
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Fireworks Are Back in N.Y.C. Are We in for Another Loud Summer?
It's a seasonal tradition in the city's streets, but the displays might not have the same energy they had last year. 
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Africa May Not Meet Vaccination Goal, W.H.O. Says
The global health agency had set a target for countries to inoculate 10 percent of their populations by September. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.
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G7 Live Updates: Leaders Will Pledge to Donate 1 Billion Covid Vaccine Doses
At the G7’s first in-person gathering since the pandemic began, tackling the health crisis is a top priority. President Biden, on his first presidential trip abroad, said it was a pivotal moment for Western democracies.
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U.S. Senate Confirms First Muslim Federal District Judge
The judge, Zahid N. Quraishi of New Jersey, said after his selection by President Biden, “Candidly, I would prefer to be the hundredth, if not the thousandth.”
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Boris Johnson Is a Terrible Leader. It Doesn’t Matter.
Britain’s prime minister is slapdash, venal, incompetent — and unassailably popular.
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Perceived Grievances Drove Virginia Beach Gunman to Kill 12, F.B.I. Finds
DeWayne Craddock, a city engineer who went on a shooting rampage in 2019, had been “fixated for years” on criticism at work, the F.B.I. said.
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Kim Jong-un Calls K-Pop a ‘Vicious Cancer’
South Korean music, movies and dramas are winning the hearts of young North Koreans. Their influence is seen as a threat to Mr. Kim’s grip on society.
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简报:中国制定《反外国制裁法》;滴滴申请在美上市
中国央行行长称通货膨胀“整体可控”;拜登与约翰逊首次会晤,签署新版《大西洋宪章》;欧盟加入美国,呼吁对新冠起源进行详尽调查……这里是今日要闻。
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Join Kara Swisher to discuss Facebook and Twitter’s ban of Trump
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Biden Says U.S. Will Donate 500 Million Vaccine Doses for Poorer Countries
“When we see people hurting and suffering anywhere around the world, we seek to help any way we can,” Mr. Biden said in a speech in England, ahead of the meeting of the Group of 7 wealthy democracies.
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