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Police Identify 5 Workers Killed in Aurora Warehouse Shooting
The gunman’s state weapons permit was revoked, but he was carrying a handgun anyway, the authorities said.
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Emiliano Sala’s Grieving Argentine Hometown Bids Farewell
The 28-year-old soccer striker died when the small plane he was traveling in went down in the English Channel.
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Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice
It remains to be seen whether Senate Republicans will act collectively to try to stop the president or how far into unchartered territory they are willing to follow him.
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White House Memo: The War That Wasn’t: Trump Claims Obama Was Ready to Strike North Korea
President Trump has been telling audiences that President Barack Obama had been on the verge of war, a situation that Mr. Obama’s former aides say is entirely fiction.
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A Better Way to Attract Amazon’s Jobs
Virginia can teach New York a few things about how to make a deal that actually works.
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Esquire’s Cover Boy and Our Culture of Shame
I’m a trans woman living in Brooklyn. And I have tremendous empathy for the conservative teen in Wisconsin.
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Isolated and Adrift, an American Woman Turned Toward Iran
Monica Witt’s defection to Iran appears to have been part of a radicalization that began in military service and accelerated in graduate school.
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Forget the All-Star Game. Start Watching Italian Basketball.
The real hoops drama is in Europe.
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A Man in Florida Mistakenly Received a $980,000 Tax Refund, and Officials Say He Tried to Keep It
An incorrect tax return led to a huge check for a 29-year-old resident of Tampa, Fla., according to a forfeiture complaint filed by the federal government.
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Bruno Ganz, Who Played an Angel and Hitler, Is Dead at 77
“Wings of Desire” and “Downfall” were among the highlights of Mr. Ganz’s long film career, which he spent mostly in Europe.
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Spain’s Far-Right Vox Party Sees Breakout Moment in New Election
The party got its breakthrough in a southern coastal farming region, where migration was an issue. Now it’s hoping for success at the national level.
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American Volunteers Fighting ISIS in Syria Worry About a U.S. Pullout
Seeking adventure, following ideals or settling scores, they joined an American-backed Kurdish militia to fight militants. But now, “it’s anyone’s guess what happens.”
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Watch Out. Tax Season Is Even More Stressful Than Usual.
With millions of people filing tax returns under a new tax law and after a long government shutdown, this is a challenging year. We offer survival tips and extensive coverage.
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A Mother Learns the Identity of Her Child’s Grandmother. A Sperm Bank Threatens to Sue.
The results of a consumer genetic test identified the mother of the man whose donated sperm was used to conceive Danielle Teuscher’s daughter. Legal warnings soon followed.
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He’s 91 and the Post Office Threw Him a Party. For His Retirement.
Jack Lund, who has been on the job since 1949, drove his last mail run this month. When he first started hauling mail, he took over from the railroad.
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Nigerian Candidates Urge Patience After Presidential Election Is Delayed
Officials announced the weeklong delay, in an already tense race, just hours before the polls were to open.
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Pope Defrocks Theodore McCarrick, Ex-Cardinal Accused of Sexual Abuse
The move by Pope Francis, announced by the Holy See on Saturday, was the first time a cardinal or bishop in the United States has been laicized by the Roman Catholic Church.
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2 Men Detained in Jussie Smollett Case Are Released by Police
The two brothers who had been arrested by the Chicago police were freed late Friday. The police said they were no longer considered suspects.
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Li Rui, a Mao Confidant Who Turned Party Critic, Dies at 101
Once one of Mao Zedong’s personal secretaries, Mr. Li became a revisionist historian and a standard-bearer for liberal values in China.
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Nigeria Postpones Election Just Hours Before Polls Open
The electoral commission delayed the vote until Feb. 23, citing unspecified “challenges” amid reports that voting materials had not been delivered to all parts of the country.
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Mueller’s Office Recommends Paul Manafort Serve Up to 25 Years in Prison
Federal prosecutors, who also recommended Mr. Manafort pay up to $25 million in fines, said that a tax and bank fraud scheme allowed him to hide millions of dollars in “ill-gotten gains.”
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Phony Wall, Phony Emergency
The president plans to manage the border crisis from the golf course at Mar-a-Lago this weekend.
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Is Nancy Pelosi a Climate Skeptic?
It’s time to reckon with the internal contradictions of climate policy.
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All Oscars Will Be Shown Live, Academy Says in a Reversal
Four Academy Awards were going to be handed out during commercial breaks and aired later in a shorter form, but an uproar forced the latest retreat by the organization behind the show.
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Trump Declared a Border Emergency. Here’s How It Could Be Undone in Court.
President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall is expected to attract legal challenges. What are the legal vulnerabilities and who might raise them?
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Met Museum to Return Prize Artifact Because It Was Stolen
Investigators found that the gold-sheathed coffin had been stolen from Egypt in 2011.
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Crucial Moments in Your Post-Breakup Instagram Story
A social media guide for the newly single.
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Amazon Bails and New York Reacts: The City ‘Was Never Really On Board’
After the online retail giant abandoned its controversial plan to open a headquarters in Queens, New Yorkers deconstructed what went wrong.
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News Analysis: Presidents Have Declared Dozens of Emergencies, but None Like Trump’s
In invoking emergency powers for an end run around Congress in building his border wall, President Trump violated a norm of presidential self-restraint.
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White House Memo: Trump Follows Familiar Playbook When Confronted by a Loss: Distract and Digress
“So, I’m going to be signing a national emergency,” the president said, almost as an afterthought at the news conference whose purpose was ostensibly to announce that news.
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