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Thousands Evacuated as Canary Island Volcano Erupts
A volcano on the island of La Palma spewed lava and smoke, prompting an evacuation of thousands and forcing the Spanish prime minister to delay a trip to New York.
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Human Remains Believed to Belong to Gabby Petito Are Found
The authorities said they had found human remains in Wyoming consistent with a description of Gabrielle Petito, 22. The authorities continue to search for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie. She was reported missing after he returned home alone from a cross-country van trip.
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Tropical Storm Rose Forms West of Africa
The storm, the third to develop in less than a week, became the 17th named storm of the busy 2021 hurricane season.
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Beto O’Rourke Draws Closer to Entering Texas Governor’s Race
Mr. O’Rourke has been calling Democratic leaders in Texas to tell them he is seriously considering challenging Gov. Greg Abbott in 2022.
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Emmy Awards 2021 Updates: Here’s What to Expect
The red carpet arrivals will begin at 6 p.m. Eastern. Cedric the Entertainer, the veteran stand-up comedian, will host the show. Here’s the latest.
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Emmys 2021: The List of Nominees
The 73rd Emmy Awards will be held on Sunday. Several winners were announced earlier this week.
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Max Harwood Steps Up in 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie'
Max Harwood, making his professional debut with the movie musical “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,” has “this kind of magic about him.”
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A Giant Violin Floats Down Venice’s Grand Canal
This 39-foot-long instrument, built by local artisans and carrying musicians performing a live concert, sets a course for the future.
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Military Jet Crashes in Texas Backyard, Injuring 2 Pilots
Three homes were damaged and three residents treated for minor injuries, the Fort Worth Fire Department said. “It could have been a lot worse,” a police chief said.
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Nabisco Workers End Weekslong Strike After Reaching New Contract
The impasse began in August after members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union objected to changes in shift lengths and overtime rules.
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Booster Shots for Covid Leave Africa With Few Options
Just 20 percent of people in low- and lower-middle-income countries have received a first Covid-19 vaccine dose — compared to 80 percent in high- and upper-middle-income countries.
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This Powerful Democrat Linked to Fossil Fuels Will Craft the U.S. Climate Plan
Senator Joe Manchin is already a crucial swing vote in the Democrats’ sweeping budget bill. But he will also write the details of its climate change program.
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With Abortion Rights Under Threat, Democrats Hope to Go on Offense
Warning of Texas-style laws nationwide, the party believes it can use the issue to turn out suburban women in the Virginia governor’s race this fall and the 2022 midterms.
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Google Blocks More Anti-Kremlin Content as Vote in Russia Winds Down
The search giant agreed to Moscow’s requests to restrict access to online videos and documents being used by allies of the imprisoned opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, activists said.
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How Putin’s Propaganda System Keeps Him in Power
The Kremlin’s propaganda system, lurid and spurious, is central to the president’s power. 
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Biden Said 'We Will Not Forgive' After the Kabul Airport Attack. There’s a Better Way.
America has spent 20 years vowing revenge for terrorism. There’s a better path.
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The Economic Mistake Democrats Are Finally Confronting
The left needs to think as much about supply as it does about demand. 
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The Sunday Read: ‘The Composer at the Frontier of Movie Music’
Nicholas Britell’s scores — for “Succession,” “Moonlight” and “The Underground Railroad,” among others — suggest whole new ways of writing for film and television.
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Booster Shots, France, Fall Books: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
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Emmy Awards 2021: Watch to Watch For
“The Crown” and Netflix could have a big night and bring the streaming service its first top award for a series. Here’s what else to expect, and a look at the favorites and potential upsets.
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SpaceX's Inspiration4 Civilian Crew Completes 3-Day Mission
The mission hinted at what space travel could look like in a more accessible future, while remaining in reach now to only the richest of the rich.
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Texas Doctor Says He Performed an Abortion in Defiance of New State Law
In an opinion essay in The Washington Post titled “Why I violated Texas’s extreme abortion ban,” Dr. Alan Braid wrote, “I am taking a personal risk, but it’s something I believe in strongly.”
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What if Covid Were 10 Times Deadlier?
Would a deadlier pandemic have yielded different political divides?
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Joe Manchin Got the Voting Bill He Wanted. Time to Pass It.
Congress needs to protect voting rights. Now.
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Biden Administration to Deport Haitians in South Texas
More than 14,000 Haitians are camping out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, awaiting processing by the United States Border Patrol.
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Afghans Somber but Not Surprised as U.S. Calls Drone Strike a ‘Tragic Mistake’
Afghans expressed a familiar anger at the Pentagon’s admission that an attack killing 10 civilians was a mistake, one of many such errors during the 20-year war.
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General Milley and the Proper Role of the Military
A recent story about the chairman of the Joint Chiefs’ actions during the waning days of the Trump presidency may not be as bad as it sounds. But there's a deeper problem.
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Our Generic Drug Supply Is Sick
Competition for market share at rock-bottom prices has led to shortages, price-spikes, allegations of price-fixing, and substandard and even dangerous practices.
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Religious Beliefs and Abortion Laws
How religious belief affect abortion laws and vaccination.
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F.D.A. Panel Vote Deals Setback to Biden’s Booster Shot Plan
The panel recommended against blanket access to Pfizer boosters, but urged offering them to those 65 and older and “at high risk.” Here’s the latest on Covid-19.
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