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After Spy Balloon Clash, U.S.-China Tensions Loom Over Biden’s Speech

The president has taken steps meant to limit China’s technological advancement and bolster military forces in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Videos Show Desperate Search for Survivors Near Quake’s Epicenter in Turkey

Hatay Province had Turkey’s highest-known death toll from Monday’s earthquake.

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Baby Born in Rubble of Turkey-Syria Earthquake is one of Many Child Victims

Harrowing images have emerged of some of the millions of children caught in the catastrophic earthquake in Turkey and Syria.

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China Isn’t Ready to Pick Up Phone After Balloon Incident

Chinese officials rejected a request from the U.S. defense secretary to speak with his counterpart after an American fighter jet shot down a Chinese spy balloon.

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Felipe Calderón, Former Mexican President, Accused of Supporting Sinaloa Cartel

The accusation, which was quickly denied, was made by a former Mexican official at the trial in Brooklyn of Mexico’s former top security chief.

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Russia Pays a Bloody Price for Small Gains on Eastern Front

Russia is relying on masses of troops to overrun Ukrainian positions, producing heavy casualties and incremental gains.

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Mukarram Jah, Heir to an Opulent Throne He Abandoned, Dies at 89

He descended from famed Islamic royalty in India and Turkey, but later fled to Australia and became a sheep farmer.

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Rescue Teams in Turkey and Syria Quake Fight Weather as Deaths Top 7,700

Shoveling snow and rubble, emergency crews worked across hundreds of miles in Turkey and Syria to save people in the aftermath of the most powerful quake…

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Joy and Heartache Follow Earthquake Rescue in Turkish City of Gaziantep

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Your Wednesday Briefing: Quake’s Death Toll Soars

Also, China’s balloon spin and Russia’s mounting losses.

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At Cooper Union, a Russian Design Show Caught in a Political Crossfire

After indefinitely postponing a modest student exhibit about the Russian equivalent to the Bauhaus, the school received protests from 750 academics. On Monday, it reinstated the…

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As Sunak Tries to Move Ahead, He’s Haunted by Prime Ministers Past

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain made moves to recharge his government, but he is being harried by Liz Truss and Boris Johnson, who are not fading…

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3 E.U. Countries Plan to Get Some Leopard 1 Tanks to Ukraine ‘Within Months’

The new initiative aims to boost Kyiv’s supply of tanks faster as more advanced tanks will take many months to arrive.

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Erdogan’s re-election hopes could hinge on his response to the disaster.

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Pentagon Lifts Trump-Era Ban on Release of Guantánamo Prisoners’ Art

The Trump administration called detainee art U.S. government property and halted most releases. Lawyers never mounted an intellectual property case.

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Only Border Crossing for U.N. Aid from Turkey to Syria Is Hobbled

As the Syrian government tightly controls what aid it allows into opposition-held areas, border crossings with Turkey have been a lifeline.

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Soccer Player Christian Atsu Is Rescued From Turkey Earthquake

Just hours before Christian Atsu was trapped, he had scored the winning goal for the Turkish soccer club Hatayspor.

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Serial Rapist David Carrick, a Former U.K. Police Officer, Is Sentenced to Life

David Carrick had pleaded guilty to 49 crimes against 12 women in the latest case to cast a harsh spotlight on the Metropolitan Police.

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Zelensky Could Leave Ukraine to Visit EU Leaders in Brussels

The Ukrainian president’s possible visit to the Belgian capital, where he would likely address the European Parliament, hinges on security arrangements.

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Searching for Survivors

Time is running out and cold weather is impeding the search for survivors after a major earthquake hit Turkey.

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Live Updates: Rescuers Work in Freezing Conditions as Quake Death Toll Exceeds 5,000 in Turkey and Syria

At least 16,000 emergency workers were combing through the rubble on Tuesday. The death toll is expected to rise further.

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Zelensky May Go to Brussels as He Navigates E.U. Political Support

A possible trip by Ukraine’s president to meet European Union leaders in Brussels on Thursday hinges on security arrangements.

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China Tries to Play Down Balloon Dispute With Censorship and Memes

Chinese propaganda also appears to be walking a fine line: looking tough for the crowd at home, without further derailing relations with the United States.

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In a First, South Korea Is Ordered to Compensate Vietnam War Victim

A court ruling held that South Korean troops were responsible for a civilian massacre that killed more than 70 villagers in Vietnam during the war.

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‘Miracle’ Cystic Fibrosis Drug Kept Out of Reach in Developing Countries

Vertex Pharmaceuticals is not making its drug, Trikafta, available in poorer countries, where thousands of diagnosed patients stand to benefit.

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The People Onscreen Are Fake. The Disinformation Is Real.

For the first time, A.I.-generated personas, often used for corporate trainings, were detected in a state-aligned information campaign — opening a new chapter in online manipulation.

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The Lone Link for Aid Between Syria and Turkey Is Not Usable After the Quake

With Syria not able to receive direct aid from many countries because of sanctions, the border crossing has been a lifeline.

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Turkey Earthquake: Time Is Running Out to Find Survivors

Rescues typically happen within three days of an earthquake, an expert said. The logistics of finding survivors in Turkey and Syria are daunting.

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The Quest to Find Rectangles in a Square

A puzzle posted in an online community unlocked a wormhole within the basic shape.

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One Turkish Apartment Tower Collapsed in The Earthquake, While Those Around It Did Not

Rescue workers listened for signs of survivors in the rubble as residents wondered why their homes had not fallen.

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The U.S. aid agency deploys two search and rescue teams to Turkey.

The two units, based in Virginia and California, are the only such teams in the United States that work internationally. They join the thousands of rescuers…

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Monday’s quake is one of the deadliest this century. The toll is expected to rise.

Officials in both Syria and Turkey expect the death toll to rise significantly as rescuers make their way through devastated cities.

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How Russia Is Surviving the Tightening Grip on Its Oil Revenue

Europe’s and America’s gradual restrictions on Russian oil trade are raising stakes in a protracted economic standoff that is reshaping the global energy market.

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How to Help Earthquake Victims in Turkey and Syria

Here’s how to contribute to organizations that are aiding the rescue and recovery efforts in Turkey and Syria.

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Despite an enormous rescue effort, many people are waiting for help.

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Russian Attacks Intensify in Eastern Ukraine Ahead of Expected Offensive

Russia is deploying hundreds of thousands of newly mobilized soldiers, in small groups, to probe for vulnerabilities in Ukrainian defensive lines.

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Powerful Quake Strikes Turkey and Syria, Killing More Than 3,800

Desperate survivors dug through rubble with shovels and their bare hands, hoping to find loved ones.

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Your Tuesday Briefing: A Devastating Quake

Also, a Chinese balloon floats over Latin America.

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Humanitarian Crisis in Syria Is Exacerbated By Deadly Earthquakes

One of the hardest hit areas was northwestern Syria, where nearly three million people displaced by the country’s decade-long civil war were already living in precarious…

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Turkey Hit By Unusually Large Aftershock After First Earthquake

Aftershocks normally follow a large earthquake, but they are rarely as powerful as the 7.5 magnitude tremor that came after the 7.8 shock in Turkey on…

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For Syrians Who Endured a Brutal Civil War, an Earthquake Is a Reminder

“My mind was playing tricks on me, telling me it was war again,” said Osama Salloum, a doctor from Idlib.

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Harris Announces Funding to Address Root Causes of Migration Crisis

The vice president said private companies had pledged almost $1 billion to support communities in Central America.

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Turks in London wait for word from their relatives after the quake.

After the devastating earthquake in Turkey, members of the Turkish diaspora in Britain tried contacting relatives and organized campaigns to raise money for rescue efforts.

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Another Chinese Balloon Flew Over Colombia, Officials Confirm

The Chinese government said the balloon that Colombia spotted in its airspace on Friday was for civilian purposes and was being used for flight tests.

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Parts of a Castle Dating to the Roman Empire Collapsed in the Quake

Parts of stone walls and iron railings collapsed around the castle, parts of which date to the second and third centuries, according to a Turkish state-run…

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Eastern Ukraine Braces for New Russian Offensive

The war is intensifying in a string of villages on the eastern front, where doctors struggle to handle an influx of gruesome injuries and soldiers fret…

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U.K. Court Hears Details of Ex-Police Officer David Carrick’s Years of Sexual Abuse

A sentencing hearing for David Carrick, who pleaded guilty to 49 counts of sexual assault and rape involving at least a dozen women over 17 years,…

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Battling Lava and Snowstorms to Keep a Climate Project Alive

Ever since an eruption in Hawaii halted a long-running record of carbon dioxide, scientists have found ways to carry on — atop a neighboring volcano.

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Musharraf’s Legacy: A Conflicted Pakistan and a Bristling Military

The former Pakistani general and ruler, a central player in post-9/11 global tensions, ultimately lost his hold on the Pakistani public, and even on his own…

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Avalanches in Alps Kill at Least 11, as Weather Hampers Rescues

Deaths were reported in Austria, Italy and Switzerland over the weekend. Heavy snowfall and high winds have increased the danger for skiers, officials said.

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Russia’s Foreign Minister Lavrov Heads to Mali

Mali said it and Russia will seek to strengthen security and defense ties, in a country where Russia already provides helicopters and mercenaries.

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China’s Balloon Dispute Aims Attention at Xi’s Leadership

The flap with the United States raises concerns about how China wields its power in a climate where one wrong move could set off an accidental…

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Turkey Earthquake: Governments Are Sending Rescue Teams and Offers of Aid

European Union countries dispatched search and rescue teams, and the United States said it was “ready to provide any and all needed assistance” to Turkey.

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Seven Surprises

After a four-month book leave, I’m looking at what changed during that time.

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Live Updates: Earthquake Kills More Than 1,300 in Turkey and Syria

The 7.8 magnitude quake was felt in four countries. Thousands more were wounded, and the death toll appeared likely to keep rising.

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Ukraine’s Defense Minister Could Be Reassigned as Fighting Rages in East

Speculation surrounds the fate of Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov, who has led the ministry since just before Russia’s invasion nearly a year ago.

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How News of the Earthquake Spread in Gaziantep, the Epicenter

People in the city in southern Turkey fled from their homes into the cold after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

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Reveling in the Eerie and the Spooky, but Finding ‘True Horror’ in Real Life

The author Mariana Enriquez deploys — and enjoys — horror conventions. But in “Our Share of Night,” she reminds readers that the violence we live with…

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Musharraf’s Legacy: A Conflicted Pakistan and a Bristling Military

The former Pakistani general and ruler, a central player in post-9/11 global tensions, ultimately lost his hold on the Pakistani public, and even on his own…

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After the Quake: Photos from Turkey and Syria

The deadly earthquake was felt in at least four countries, with most of the casualties and the heaviest damage reported in Turkey and Syria.

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Four Takeaways From Corruption Trial of Genaro Garcia Luna, Former Mexican Lawman

Jurors at the trial of Genaro García Luna have heard about murders, kidnappings, drug shipments and accusations of bribes paid by the Sinaloa drug cartel.

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Israeli Raid Kills at Least 5 Palestinians in West Bank

The Israeli Army said the deaths near Jericho came during an operation to arrest gunmen accused of attempting an attack. This year has been the deadliest…

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In Hong Kong, 47 Democracy Leaders on Trial for Security Charges

Forty-seven defendants, including well-known figures like Joshua Wong, are charged with subversion under the national security law that China imposed in 2020.

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The earthquake struck war-scarred northern Syria.

After more than a decade of conflict, northern Syria will be ill-equipped to recover from Monday’s earthquake amid a collapsing economy.

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How strong is a magnitude-7.8 quake?

Experts fear that the quake in Turkey on Monday was strong and shallow enough to be lethal on a devastating scale.

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Your Monday Briefing

The aftereffects from a Chinese spy balloon.

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Monday’s earthquake was the strongest ever in Turkey, matching a deadly one in 1939.

Turkey, a hotbed of seismic activity, sits on the Anatolian Plate, which borders two major faults as it grinds northeast against Eurasia.

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‘Baraye,’ the Anthem of Iran’s Protest Movement, Is Honored With a Grammy

Shervin Hajipour won in a new special merit category recognizing a song for social change. The song has become the anthem of protests that have swept…

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Teenage Girl Dies After Shark Attack in Australian River

The girl, 16, may have jumped into the water to swim with a pod of dolphins when she was attacked, the authorities said.

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U.S. Navy Divers Work to Recover Debris From Chinese Spy Balloon as Diplomacy Dwindles

The effort off the coast of South Carolina is expected to take days, and Navy and Coast Guard ships have been sent to the scene. U.S….

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Chinese Spy Balloon Calls Back to Cold War U-2 Episode

The Chinese balloon saga is reminiscent of the U-2 spy plane incident that provoked a tense confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union.

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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Turkey

Significant casualties are likely from the magnitude 7.8 earthquake, the United States Geological Survey said.

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Balloon Incident Reveals More Than Spying as Competition With China Intensifies

There is nothing new about superpowers spying on one another, even from balloons. But for pure gall, there was something different this time.

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Your Monday Briefing: The U.S. Shoots Down China’s Balloon

Also, Pervez Musharraf died and Beyoncé could have a big night at Grammy Awards.

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Iran Announces Amnesty, but It May Not Spare Many Protesters

While the government said tens of thousands of prisoners were to be freed or get reduced sentences, rights advocates suggested the move was a sham.

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Returning From Africa, Pope Francis and Christian Leaders Condemn Anti-Gay Laws

In an in-flight news conference after six days in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan, Francis also denounced conservative critics who he said had…

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Silent Suffering

Menopause has long been a taboo topic. Talking about it can help women learn more about an overlooked treatment.

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Fierce Battle Rages for ‘Every Stairwell’ in Bakhmut, Wagner Leader Says

Ukrainian troops are becoming increasingly pessimistic about the fate of the city in eastern Ukraine, as Russian forces push for their first significant victory in months.

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Finding Relief, if Not an Escape, From War at Ukraine’s Ski Resorts

Ukrainians have flocked to resorts nestled in the Carpathian Mountains, largely spared the worst of the war, for a respite. One soldier recuperating there explored what…

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‘It’s Our Central Park’: Uproar Rises Over Location of New Toronto Homes

A plan to build 50,000 homes in a protected green space surrounding Toronto has led to strident opposition and debate over where to house a projected…

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China Finds Itself With Limited Options After U.S. Shoots Down Balloon

Beijing registered “strong discontent and protest.” But there may be little it can do to retaliate.

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In West Bank, Settlers Sense Their Moment After Far Right’s Rise

After a surge in violence, there are fears of a wider escalation in the occupied West Bank. Israeli settlers see an opportunity, and Palestinians fear what’s…

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What to Know About the ‘Hong Kong 47’ Trial and the National Security Law

Beijing used a national security law to quash dissent. Now another warning is being sent, with the mass trial of what was once Hong Kong’s political…

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Pervez Musharraf, Former Military Ruler of Pakistan, Dies at 79

Mr. Musharraf took power in a bloodless coup in late 1999 but resigned under threat of impeachment in 2008. He drew fire for his ties to…

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Chile Wildfires Leave 13 Dead

More than 150 fires burning in the country have also destroyed thousands of acres of forest, as the country faces a scorching heat wave.

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Russia Pushes to Take Ukrainian Town Near a Vital Supply Line

Ukraine has used the strategic town of Vuhledar to launch attacks disrupting transit on a critical rail link between the war’s southern and eastern fronts.

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Hopes for Peace in South Sudan Are Pinned on a Papal Visit

Pope Francis ended his trip to Africa on Saturday by meeting with displaced people and urging his clergy not to “remain neutral before the pain caused…

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U.S. Presses Turkey and U.A.E. to Weed Out Illicit Trade With Russia

American officials worry that commercial activities in Turkey and the United Arab Emirates could be fueling Russia’s war machine and have threatened to punish those involved.

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Russia Pushes to Take Ukrainian Town Near a Vital Supply Line

The town of Vuhledar is just a few miles from a critical rail link. Its capture would enable Moscow to more easily transfer troops between the…

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Traveling and Eating Well

When you travel, is tracking down a fantastic meal just as important as seeing the sights? I have tips to help.

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Some Homeless Encampments Can Stay, but the Underlying Issues Remain

Three court decisions have now ruled that the shelter system does not meet the needs of homeless people.

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The Pentagon Saw a Warship Boondoggle. Congress Saw Jobs.

After years of crippling problems and a changing mission, the Navy pushed to retire nine of its newest ships. Then the lobbying started.

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When It Comes to Building Its Own Defense, Europe Has Blinked

Despite expectations that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine would force Europe to bolster its military strength, it has instead reinforced dependency on U.S. leadership, intelligence and might.

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What’s the Correct Color of Bees? In Austria, It’s a Toxic Topic.

In the Austrian state of Carinthia, where the law favors light-colored local bees, those honey producers judged “too dark” risk eradication.

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Ties to Kabul Bombing Put ISIS Leader in Somalia in U.S. Cross Hairs

Bilal al-Sudani’s financing of the ISIS branch in Afghanistan that killed 13 U.S. troops in 2021 elevated him on U.S. kill-or-capture lists.

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Before Balloon Sighting, Classified Report Highlighted Foreign Surveillance Tech

Before a Chinese spy balloon was discovered in the United States, American officials said a rival power may have used advanced technology to surveil U.S. military…

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In London’s Poor‌ ‌Areas, Budget Cuts‌ and Youth Violence Collide

Poor neighborhoods that have been hit hardest by austerity have also seen violence among young people surge or remain stubbornly high. Residents say that’s no coincidence.

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Balloon Incident Highlights Fragile State of U.S.-China Relationship

Recent efforts by Beijing to mend ties with Washington were showing progress, but the balloon’s appearance over the United States illustrates lingering mistrust and growing tensions.

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Brazil Says It’s Started Sinking an Old Warship, Hazardous Material and All

The navy said it had begun an operation to send the aircraft carrier São Paulo to the bottom.

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E.U. Vows More Help for Ukraine but Tamps Down Membership Talk

European Union leaders met in Kyiv with President Volodymyr Zelensky, who said Ukraine would not give up on Bakhmut, the eastern city caught in a fierce…

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