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Since the beginning of the war, more than 2000 civilians have been killed by Russian missiles, according to official data. Help us protect Ukrainians from missiles - provide max military assisstance to Ukraine #Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine
• State Farm drops support of LGBTQ kids books after conservative furor | • Airbnb to close listings in China, where it struggled even before covid | • Nasdaq tumbles more than 2 percent in choppy trading | • Climate worries galvanize a new pro-nuclear movement in the U.S. | • New-home building resumes at Scotland Heights in Waldorf, Md. | • Nations eye vaccines for monkeypox, but WHO says mass immunization not urgent | • How to stay up-to-date on terrible news without burning out | • Twitter didn’t address Elon Musk’s takeover during shareholder meeting | • Why Colombia’s Election Has Voters Looking Left | • Jamie Dimon’s Next Act? Wall Street’s Top Tech Mogul |
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• As monkeypox panic spreads, doctors in Africa see a double standard | • Kissinger says Ukraine should cede territory to Russia to end war | • Putin made ‘big strategic mistake,’ NATO chief says | • Europe accepts Putin’s demands on gas payments to avoid more shut-offs | • Taliban ordered female newscasters to cover up. Men joined in protest. | • Russia, China conduct first joint military drill since Ukraine invasion | • Who are the Uyghurs, and what’s happening to them in China? | • The White House keeps walking back Biden’s remarks | • Monkeypox: Should we be worried? | • U.S. intelligence document shows Russian naval blockade of Ukraine |
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• At Justice Dept., police reform means partnership as much as punishment | • State Farm drops support of LGBTQ kids books after conservative furor | • Insurrectionists can be barred from office, appeals court says | • Teens pranked a friend with toy guns — and he shot back, police say | • Monkeypox: Should we be worried? | • A tale of 31 burgers: ‘Apparently my 2 yr old knows how to order DoorDash’ | • Harry Styles gets all the applause | • Responding to book censorship, Atwood auctions fireproof ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ | • McCormick sues to get more Pa. mail votes counted in GOP Senate primary | • A pastor confessed to ‘adultery.’ The woman cried out: ‘I was just 16.’ |
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• Maryland’s new abortion law leads the way for pro-choice states | • D.C. should help preserve the Adams Morgan plaza | • Why we are opening a new abortion clinic in Maryland | • Crypto is a solution in search of a problem | • Abbott CEO: We’re sorry about the formula shortage. Here’s what we’re doing to fix it. | • The Post endorses Tom Perez in Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial primary | • The Post endorses Eleanor Holmes Norton, the District’s first line of defense | • ‘Long covid’ is going to be a long haul | • Putin is starving millions of people around the world | • Think you’re the one to beat the crypto crash? Think again. |
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• Starbucks is leaving Russia, permanently closing 130 coffee shops | • 3D homes sound ingenious, but their time will probably never come | • Covid closed downtown D.C. businesses. Many reopened — in the suburbs. | • Why Wiping Out Smallpox Has Stoked Risk of Monkeypox | • State Farm drops support of LGBTQ kids books after conservative furor | • Walmart apologizes, pulls ‘Juneteenth ice cream’ after online backlash | • What Is the ‘Quad’ and Should China Fear It? | • Why Apple Will Beat Meta in the Mixed-Reality Battle | • Investment firm launches campaign to oust Enthusiast Gaming CEO, board | • What Are Civil Rights Audits, and Why Are Companies Doing Them? |
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• Deadly thunderstorm complex cuts power to nearly a million in Canada | • International military aid for Ukraine accelerates, Pentagon says | • Russian soldier convicted of war crime — one of 13,000 probes, says Ukrainian official | • Russian soldier gets life in prison in Ukraine’s initial war crimes trial | • Hazel Henderson, environmental activist and futurist author, dies at 89 | • What are war crimes, and is Russia committing them in Ukraine? | • Three theories on Biden’s repeated Taiwan gaffes | • Biden takes aggressive posture toward China on Asia trip | • It’s not easy staying green: Keeping out of China’s covid lockdown | • Biden insists no change in Taiwan policy amid Quad meetings to counter China |
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• Missing foster children are often gone for over a month, report says | • The reinvention of a ‘real man’ | • Her tribal regalia was banned at graduation. So she worked to change the law. | • Civilian killings soar as Russian mercenaries join fight in West Africa | • Oklahoma just passed its third anti-trans bill of the year | • Body-cam video shows tense 4-minute rescue of boy stuck in burning home | • ‘Active shooter’ attacks in 2021 doubled over recent years, FBI says | • Birder from infamous Central Park run-in to host birdwatching show | • Woman accused of killing pro cyclist in apparent love triangle, police say | • After covid, the Mardi Gras Indians are back in intricate, beaded suits |
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• Biden’s attack on an ‘ultra-MAGA agenda’ is a mega blunder | • Do you feel the need for speed? I know I do. | • We’re ignoring a major culprit behind the teen mental health crisis | • From the Miami mayor’s office to the White House? Why not? | • Local governments shouldn’t be allowed to ticket their way to wealth | • A marriage made in heaven | • After Roe, conservative legal tactics will aim for structural reform | • I glued my hand to a Starbucks counter. Here’s why. | • What we didn’t learn at this week’s UFO hearing | • If Queen Elizabeth can’t do her job, she should abdicate |
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• 11th Circuit blocks major provisions of Florida’s social media law | • Everyone’s a Fat Cat in US Politics Today | • How Democrats Can Survive the Midterms | • Why EU Decided Tech Giants Can’t Police Social Media | • Didi’s Move From NYSE to Hong Kong — What to Know | • Starbucks is leaving Russia, permanently closing 130 coffee shops | • Understanding IPEF and How It Counters China’s Clout: QuickTake | • What Does Nucor See in Garage Doors? An Opening | • One-bedroom condo in Chevy Chase, Md., lists for $299,900 | • Stefanik echoed ‘great replacement’ theory. But firms kept donating. |
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• Biden visit tests new South Korean president, a foreign policy novice | • Ukraine’s first lady details war’s toll on the Zelensky family | • Biden signs $40 billion Ukraine aid bill | • Who is Anthony Albanese, the new Australian prime minister? | • Russia bans 963 Americans, including Biden and Harris — but not Trump | • Deadly thunderstorm complex cuts power to nearly a million in Canada | • Ukrainian leaders warn of dire situation in key eastern city of Severodonetsk | • Ahead of Biden visit, Israel launches biggest eviction of Palestinians in decades | • A grasp at diplomacy as fighting grinds on in Ukraine | • Global health talks clouded by conspiracy theories about pandemic treaty |
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• Two years after Floyd’s death, Black Minnesotans say little has changed | • For members of Mother Emanuel, Buffalo shooting stirs painful memories |
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• Too many Americans are still in covid denial | • Biden has the means to reduce inflation. Why isn’t he acting? | • Imperfect as they are, leaders with age and experience are worth keeping | • Biden seeks a new opening in a rattled Asia | • Florida lawmakers, too busy with culture wars, missed an actual crisis | • The Pentagon congratulates the New York Times for doing its work | • White supremacy is doing well for itself | • After Buffalo massacre, Republicans double down on ‘great replacement’ | • Some conservatives oppose Sweden and Finland joining NATO. They’re wrong. | • Janet Yellen’s blunt talk on inflation is downright heroic |
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• Ron Rice, ‘Suntan King’ who founded Hawaiian Tropic, dies at 81 | • Down two thrusters, Boeing’s Starliner docks with space station | • How Emboldened Far-Right Is Changing French Politics | • Inside Ukraine’s new start-up life: Hallways, closets, bunkers | • Why Goofy Princeton Reunion Rituals Mean So Much to Me | • Why Sweden’s Stance on Kurds Riles Turkey’s Erdogan | • Davos Meetings Are Full of Potential But Rarely Full of Solutions | • Live Nation subsidiaries got millions in aid meant for independent venues | • Do a Third of Americans Truly Believe Replacement Theory? | • John Fetterman’s Vaguely Encouraging Politics |
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• Biden security officials sent home after incident in South Korea | • What rights do prisoners of war have under international law? | • Biden kicks off Asia trip lauding tech cooperation with South Korea | • As the defense of Mariupol ends, fighting in eastern Ukraine rages on | • Russia says it has full control of Mariupol steel plant | • Dodging shells, mines and spies: On the front with Ukraine’s snipers | • The Black feminist activist who could be Colombia’s vice president | • Biden’s charm offensive seeks to bolster ties with South Korea, Indo-Pacific | • In pictures: How the Mariupol siege unfolded | • Australia ousts conservative Prime Minister Scott Morrison |
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• Tops worker says shooting suspect asked why she worked in Black area | • Vogue magazine publisher asked a British pub to change its name. It refused. | • New beer with ‘a taste of security’ celebrates Finland’s NATO bid | • After the shock fades, fear rises in the aftermath of Buffalo shooting | • ‘Casanova Scammer’ admits to stealing $1 million from women on dating apps | • For members of Mother Emanuel, Buffalo shooting stirs painful memories | • National school board group says it wrongly took sides in political debate | • Poll: Black Americans fear more racist attacks after Buffalo shooting |
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• This is not the time to change how we talk about abortion | • The U.S. women’s national team notches its most deserved victory yet | • Congress has time for UFOs — but not for pandemic funding | • Rep. Mondaire Jones is wrong about means-testing | • David Blair’s work on candidate diversity was successful | • How our system of primary elections could destroy democracy | • The formula shortage is a crisis for men, too | • Biden might be on the verge of making a blunder with China | • Cult or a conspiracy? The GOP sure isn’t a normal political party. | • Psst: Republicans don’t have a plan to fight inflation, either |
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• What Are Twitter Bots and Why is Elon Musk Fighting Over Them? | • How Twitch took down Buffalo shooter’s stream in under two minutes | • Elon Musk calls claims of sexual misconduct ‘politically motivated’ | • Tesla’s stock price plummets as Twitter deal hangs in the balance | • S&P 500 briefly tips into a bear market in volatile session | • As Risks Rain Down on Emerging Markets, Unrest Rises | • Even as gas prices rattle economy, Americans can’t stay off the road | • T.J. Oshie puts his McLean, Va., house on market for $7.5 million | • Why Wiping Out Smallpox Has Stoked Risk of Monkeypox | • Inflation-linked U.S. bonds crashed the TreasuryDirect website |
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• Clive Palmer, mining billionaire dubbed ‘Australia’s Trump,’ stirs up election | • Australia’s election: ScoMo, Albo and everything else you need to know | • Pope Francis’s refusal to condemn Putin spurs debate in Catholic Church | • What extreme heat does to the human body | • Maps of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine | • Tracking coronavirus in animals takes on new urgency | • European countries confirm more than 70 monkeypox cases | • Former German chancellor Schröder resigns from Russian energy firm | • 5 problems behind the global cost-of-living crisis | • African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US |
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• Students punished for labeling water fountains ‘Whites only,’ ‘Blacks only’ | • A woman slipped a note to a KFC worker. It led to her partner’s arrest. | • Vandal forces Johnny Cash silhouette to take a leak on his hometown | • Why Biden is using the Defense Production Act for the baby formula shortage | • Dispatcher may be fired for allegedly hanging up on Tops worker | • Couples share the abortion decisions that shaped their lives | • Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court justice, pressed Ariz. lawmakers to help reverse Trump’s loss, emails show | • Justice Dept. unveils new efforts to bolster hate-crime reporting | • A sheriff’s deputy used a Taser at a gas station and set a man on fire | • Accountant retires on cruise ships to avoid cost of land living |
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• For African Americans tired of U.S. hostility, Ghana is still calling | • After the Pennsylvania primary, the threat to U.S. democracy rises | • How 1 million covid deaths compares to other tragedies in U.S. history | • Requiring fixed, binary sex on birth certificates erases real Oklahomans | • To counter Putin’s aggression in Ukraine, look to Ronald Reagan | • There’s a simple fix to the baby formula crisis | • Overturning Roe would be disastrous for the U.S. military | • Disturbing, even inaccurate, speech must be protected | • The rage and despair of the Iranian people is flowing onto the streets | • Metro riders are unhappy — and they have every right to be |
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• U.S. may be barreling toward recession in next year, more experts say | • Inflation, rate hike fears push stocks lower in up-and-down trading | • Why you see rents fluctuating so much as you hunt for an apartment | • Baby formula plant may be open within a week, FDA commissioner says | • Renovating amid the pandemic with the must-haves to suit their needs | • Why Biden is using the Defense Production Act for the baby formula shortage | • Mortgage rates dip, but the change ‘isn’t a trend,’ expert says | • In coal country, a new chance to clean up a toxic legacy | • As Risks Rain Down on Emerging Markets, Unrest Rises | • Republican Judges Don’t Care for Restraint |
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• Ukrainians don traditional dress under shadow of Russian invasion | • U.K. ‘Partygate’ investigation ends with 126 fines, no further citations for Boris Johnson | • Vangelis, Oscar-winning composer of ‘Chariots of Fire’ theme, dies at 79 | • Breaking down the billions of dollars in U.S. military aid to Ukraine | • N. Korea won’t accept help to stave off coronavirus crisis, experts fear | • Jordan’s king, in scathing public letter, denounces his half brother | • In a massive Chinese sinkhole, scientists find a secret forest | • Biden hails Nordic move into NATO as proof of unity against Russia | • U.S. deepens Ukraine commitment with $40 billion in aid, expanded NATO | • Biden praises Sweden, Finland NATO bid; Senate approves $40 billion in Ukraine aid |
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• In Pittsburgh, a shooting victim leaves behind legacy to help youth | • McDonald’s, Wendy’s accused of beefing up burgers in ads | • Surfside victim who called out from rubble was music exec, officials say | • Parents can’t find formula. A restaurant owner is tapping a special stash. | • A weekend of violence punctuates generations of hate | • Former Minneapolis officer pleads guilty to manslaughter in Floyd’s death | • Vangelis, Oscar-winning composer of ‘Chariots of Fire’ theme, dies at 79 | • Buffalo shooting suspect indicted; grand jury’s work continues | • She expected to pay $1,337 for surgery. She was billed $303,709. | • Just before Buffalo shooting, 15 users signed into suspect’s chatroom, says person familiar with review |
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• The Supreme Court green-lights political corruption — again | • U.S. wavering on Guatemala’s graft feeds illegal immigration | • The new balance of power: U.S. and allies up, Russia down | • All eyes are on Ukraine, but another crisis is brewing in Iran | • Reasons for rising food prices go beyond pandemic and war | • Tim Scott: Abortion is not the way to help single Black mothers | • In Tuesday’s primaries, Democrats’ left and center wings both got wins | • In Maryland, we’re defending the humanity of immigrants | • The world must not forget Mariupol’s defenders | • Cartoon by Joe Heller |
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• Google’s Russian unit to file for bankruptcy, citing asset seizure | • Martin Shkreli, Wall Street’s ‘Pharma Bro,’ is out of prison early | • Gas prices pass $4 per gallon in every U.S. state for the first time | • Weak earnings, inflation fears send Dow sliding more than 1,100 points | • Six signs crypto investment is a classic Ponzi scheme | • McDonald’s, Wendy’s accused of beefing up burgers in ads | • Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region | • What a racist massacre tells us about free speech online | • Stock Selloff May Be Entering a New Phase | • Goldman Sachs Now Has Wall Street’s Best Vacation Policy |
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• What happened in Mariupol, the city Russia besieged and captured? | • Chinese university is scene of rare coronavirus lockdown protest | • Maps of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine | • Ukrainian rock star performs for troops as music lifts wartime spirits | • Climate change has made India’s relentless heat 100 times more likely | • Spain mulls plans for paid ‘menstrual leave,’ wider abortion access | • Indictment describes alleged Chinese spying on dissidents | • Turkey blocks start of NATO talks on Finland’s and Sweden’s applications | • The Orbanization of America: How to capture a democracy | • Jill Biden’s six-day tour of Latin America is high-stakes diplomacy |
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• ‘That’s not the devil. That’s America.’ | • ‘I lied to them for months’: Buffalo shooting suspect kept plans from family, he wrote | • Buffalo-area prison officer suspended over meme mocking shooting | • New Mexico blaze is now largest wildfire in state history | • California church shooter motivated by anti-Taiwanese hate, police say | • ‘Un-retiring’ | • Teen digging hole on a beach dies when sand collapses around him | • Is Happy the zoo elephant legally a person? A court will decide. | • Biden’s Justice Dept. pressed for strong response to Buffalo massacre | • Queer camp counselor was told not to come back. So they opened their own camp. |
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• A lethal combination of guns and hateful ideology led to tragedy in Buffalo | • Russia is losing. That might make Putin more dangerous. | • Montpelier: A model for reconciliation in peak polarization | • The leaked abortion opinion could lift Virginia Democrats | • The Buffalo massacre shows how far social media sites still have to go | • Black people want the hate to stop. But it is only getting worse. | • ​​Unexplained hepatitis cases in kids deserve our attention | • Ford may have just changed our electric-vehicle future | • Elon Musk thinks Trump belongs on Twitter. Here’s why he’s right. | • Republicans have only themselves to blame for unelectable ‘big lie’ candidates |
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• Democrats propose funds to ease formula shortage as kids are hospitalized | • China cut tech exports to Russia after U.S.-led sanctions hit | • Apple delays plan to require workers in the office three days a week | • Elon Musk’s latest Twitter bluster unlikely to earn fresh SEC scrutiny | • Resort-style living in Woodbridge development offers ‘new beginnings’ | • Riot Games invests in Aim Lab maker to build on training, mobile goals | • The War in Ukraine Is Speeding Europe’s Pivot to Renewables | • Boeing Faces a Chorus of Critics in High Places | • Weak earnings, inflation fears send Dow skidding more than 1,000 points | • What’s a ‘Term Premium,’ and Where Did Mine Go? |
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• Ukraine is now the top recipient of U.S. military aid. Here’s how it surpassed even Israel and Egypt. | • Ukraine ends bloody battle for Mariupol; Azovstal fighters evacuated | • China cut tech exports to Russia after U.S.-led sanctions hit | • Victory Day unfolds quietly in Ukraine as Putin defends invasion | • Splits open at NATO about how to boost presence in Eastern Europe | • Ukraine abandons defense of besieged steel plant | • Biden administration begins easing restrictions on Venezuelan oil | • U.S. watchdog details collapse of Afghan security forces | • The Orbanization of America: Florida shadows Hungary’s war on LGBTQ rights | • China draws North Korea closer than ever as Biden visits region |
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