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Germany Shootings Leave at Least 11 People Dead, Including Gunman
The body of the suspected attacker was found hours after several people died in shootings at two hookah bars in the central city of Hanau.
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Hanau, Coronavirus, Michael Bloomberg: Your Thursday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
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2020 Democratic Debate: Live Updates From Nevada
Everything you need to know as six Democratic presidential candidates prepare to face off in Las Vegas three days before the Nevada caucuses.
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When Donald Trump Is the Law
Guess who benefits?
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The Many-Billion-Dollar Debate
Meanwhile, Trump is … unpardonable.
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Rapper Pop Smoke Killed in Los Angeles Home Invasion, Record Label Says
A rising star in rap, he was known for hit songs like “Dior” and “Welcome to the Party.” The police said masked suspects broke into the residence not long after 4 a.m. Wednesday.
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John Rood, Top Defense Official, Latest to Leave After Impeachment Saga
Mr. Rood told Congress that Ukraine had made necessary reforms to justify sending the country aid, undermining an argument made by President Trump’s defenders in the impeachment battle.
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Rod Blagojevich, Coronavirus, Democrats: Your Wednesday Briefing
Here's what you need to know.
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A Criminal Underworld of Child Abuse, Part 1
Child sexual abuse imagery online is now a problem on an almost unfathomable scale.
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What to Watch For as Michael Bloomberg Debates
The former New York mayor is making his debut among his 2020 Democratic rivals.
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Australian Police Treating Car Fire That Killed 3 Children as Crime Scene
Residents in Brisbane reportedly tried to extinguish the fire, which also killed one man and hospitalized a woman who were in the vehicle.
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You’ve Seen the Ads, Now See the Candidate
After spending over $400 million promoting himself, Michael Bloomberg faces the scrutiny of a debate for the first time.
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An Afghan Election Winner Was Named. An Opponent Also Declared Victory.
After a five-month dispute, President Ashraf Ghani was announced as the winner. But a parallel declaration by his main rival threatens another crisis ahead of a potential U.S.-Taliban peace deal.
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U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Russian Oil Company Supporting Venezuela’s Leader
The sanctions seek to pressure President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela to give up power, nearly two years after he was re-elected in a widely disputed vote.
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Michael Bloomberg Leans Left With Plan to Rein in Wall Street
Some of the billionaire’s proposals wouldn’t be out of place for his more progressive presidential rivals.
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PG&E Bankruptcy Update: The Debate Over Restructuring
Tuesday: An update on efforts to wrest the state’s largest utility from investors’ hands. Also: Kobe Bryant and the Lakers.
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In Coronavirus Fight, China Sidelines an Ally: Its Own People
The outbreak has exposed the powerlessness of private charities, civic groups and others who could help the effort but who the Communist Party considers rivals.
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After 5-Month Delay, Ashraf Ghani Is Named Winner of Afghan Election
The long-disputed result was immediately contested by opposition candidates, threatening another crisis just ahead of a potential U.S.-Taliban peace deal.
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