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• The D.C. area, with planning, can be a climate refuge | • Metro then and now | • What the union vote at Towson’s Apple Store means for Maryland | • This was the term the Supreme Court decided to ignore the speed bumps | • A new Supreme Court case threatens another body blow to our democracy | • We can no longer avoid a criminal investigation into Donald Trump | • Congress’s big China bill must pass — but with strings attached | • This July Fourth, we’re torn over what we love about our country | • Why Glenn Youngkin — or someone like him — must run in 2024 | • Democracy must not die in darkness |
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• Private Equity’s Goldilocks Era Is Coming to an End | • What’s Crypto Lending, and Why Did Investors Get Burned? | • Corporate Profits May Be the Next Thing to Break | • Why Payment for Order Flow Made Trades Free But Left SEC Skeptical | • Believe It or Not, the Market Has Three Silver Linings | • Deck, patio or porch: Which upgrade works best for your outdoor space? | • How to drain swampy yards and stop wet basements | • Villas at 55-plus Va. community come with lots of amenities | • Why Saving the Climate Requires a Tough Taxonomy: QuickTake | • Crypto lender Vauld offered lifeline a day after suspending withdrawals |
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• 3 dead, 4 seriously hurt in Copenhagen mall shooting | • Twelve bodies recovered from Chinese ship sunk by typhoon | • Twelve bodies recovered from Chinese ship sunk by typhoon | • Ice avalanche kills 6 in Italian Alps, sparks mass rescue effort | • U.S. concludes unintentional Israeli fire likely killed American journalist | • Ukraine unveils $750 billion recovery plan as Russia sets sights on Donetsk | • A growing movement against illegal war | • After years in ISIS prison camp, they now face an uncertain welcome home | • Hundreds rescued as Sydney suffers fourth flood in less than 18 months | • After invasion of Ukraine, a reckoning on Russian influence in Austria |
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• The migrant tragedy in Texas is the result of a broken system | • Et tu, Alito? Murder of stare decisis creates legal circus maximus. | • A firm’s split with its star gun-case lawyer shows what ails the left | • Maybe the Democrats aren’t doomed in November | • The Supreme Court reminds the executive branch: Congress makes the laws | • The Supreme Court strikes again — this time at tribal sovereignty | • Flashbacks, anxiety and PTSD: Trauma is all around us in Ukraine | • The Jan. 6 committee’s zeal to impugn Trump is in danger of backfiring | • An illustrated guide to this week’s surreal Jan. 6 committee hearing | • I spoke up against racism in Virginia and was attacked by ‘anti-racists’ |
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• Why Saving the Climate Requires a Tough Taxonomy: QuickTake | • Why Japan Will Struggle to Do Without Russian Energy | • Studio condominium in Arlington lists for $258,000 | • Heir ponders tax implications on inheritance if split with sibling | • People searching for abortion online must wade through misinformation | • British Skepticism of the Courts Has Deep Roots | • Your Old Fridge Is Vladimir Putin’s Friend. Dump It! | • How long will your kitchen renovation take? | • Even in Trying Times, July Fourth Is a Day for Optimism | • Start Planning the Reconstruction of Ukraine Now |
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• As Ukraine war bogs down, U.S. assessments face scrutiny | • Kyiv disputes Russia’s claim that it has ‘completely surrounded’ Lysychansk | • A call to arms: Poland’s military and civilian defenses rethink the future | • On the front lines, Ukrainian women are often the first responders | • Barriers to abortion in Canada make it an unlikely haven for Americans | • Wary of China threat, Taiwanese join Ukraine’s fight against Russia | • How green became the color of abortion rights | • Russia claims key city in punishing conquest of eastern Ukraine | • Judge asks U.S. if Saudi crown prince should be immune from suit | • Ukrainian forces withdraw from Lysychansk; Kyiv says Donbas battle not over |
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• Uvalde schools police chief resigns from city council post | • One dead after ‘jet truck’ crash at Michigan air show, police say | • Florida teen seriously injured by shark bite in holiday attack | • The Rainbow Family comes to Colorado, bringing peace, love and anxiety | • These high school seniors raced away from graduation to fight a fire | • Akron police release video of officers shooting Black man dozens of times |
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• Dan Snyder seems to think he won’t be held accountable. Congress should prove him wrong. | • The Supreme Court just upended environmental law at the worst possible moment | • A ‘radical’ is coming for bank fees — and the industry hates it | • Brittney Griner is a hostage, plain and simple | • In Dobbs, these untruths are self-evident | • The voters speak in D.C., but it’s not quite clear what they said | • A bold new push shows how blue states can resist the Supreme Court | • Ignore the progressives’ howling about the Supreme Court’s ‘legitimacy’ | • As abortion rights collapse, Black and Brown women will suffer most | • Prosecuting Trump could do more harm than good |
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• She helped get Trump elected. Now she’s raising crypto for Ukraine. | • Companies offer to help employees seeking abortions. It’ll be tricky. | • Can Immigrants Save American Democracy? | • Are Things Really That Bad? Actually, No | • Is There Anything That Gen Z Won’t Drink? | • Why Japan Will Struggle to Do Without Russian Energy | • Bill to grant crypto firms access to Federal Reserve alarms experts | • Inflation is making homelessness worse | • Texts, web searches about abortion have been used to prosecute women | • To Save Ukraine, Slow Down on the Autobahn. |
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• U.S.-supplied HIMARS changing the calculus on Ukraine’s front lines | • More than 20 dead in Odessa strikes, Kyiv says | • Kyiv says at least 21 dead in strike near city of Odessa | • Rare clouds that glow in the dark are the most vibrant in 15 years | • Egypt’s historic houseboats are demolished as Cairo is remade | • Ukraine war’s collateral damage: Britain’s beloved fish and chip shops | • A 10-year-old rape victim sought an abortion. A judge urged: Stay pregnant. | • As Ukraine war bogs down, U.S. assessments face scrutiny | • London holds vigil for Zara Aleena, another woman slain while walking | • She helped get Trump elected. Now she’s raising crypto for Ukraine. |
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• Yellowstone visitor again gored by bison; second incident this week | • ‘Technoblade,’ a star Minecraft gamer on YouTube, dies of cancer at 23 | • A Pride Month marked by grief, rage and resilient joy | • Texas Supreme Court blocks order that allowed abortions to resume | • N.Y. passes law on guns, starts abortion rights process after Supreme Court rulings | • July Fourth travelers face thousands of flight delays, cancellations | • Jan. 6 showed two identities of Secret Service: Gutsy heroes vs. Trump yes-men | • She died in a Manhattan penthouse but was buried on an island for the poor | • Millions of angry bees swarm over highway after semitrailer crash | • Oklahoma plans to execute an inmate nearly every month until 2025 |
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• The planet is baking. But what’s reality to this Supreme Court? | • The Supreme Court ends a disastrous term by gutting climate change rules | • Biden’s answer to Russia is a new, improved NATO | • The EPA decision is the biggest one of all, and the court got it right | • The Supreme Court embraces originalism — and all its flaws | • ‘Calm down,’ libs! A look back at select pieces of Roe commentary | • The Supreme Court’s crisis of legitimacy | • Americans need to get better at taking sick days | • Biden must declare a public health emergency for abortion — immediately | • As the court forces Christianity on America, time for atheists to speak out |
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• What LNG Can and Can’t Do to Replace Europe’s Imports of Russian Gas | • Remember RadioShack? It’s now a crypto company with wild tweets. | • Google will delete user location history for abortion clinic visits | • House adjacent to Congressional Country Club offered at $4.8M | • Okay, Google: To protect women, collect less data about everyone | • Ellis Island immigrants weren’t special — today’s newcomers succeed just as quickly | • Former ‘Cryptoqueen’ is now one of 10 most-wanted fugitives | • Why China Is Sticking With Its ‘Covid Zero’ Strategy | • Why Closer Ties Between Russia and China Have Democracies Worried | • Understanding Monkeypox and How Outbreaks Spread |
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• India imposes ban on single-use plastics. But will it be enforced? | • Congo buries gold-crowned tooth, only remains of independence hero Lumumba | • Resistance builds in Tunisia as populist leader seeks more power | • Ukrainian borscht gets a spot on U.N. protection list | • Brittney Griner appears in Russian court over drug charges | • GOP officials back Hungary’s resistance to global tax deal, bucking Biden | • Tropical Storm Bonnie forms on path toward Nicaragua and Costa Rica | • Who is Viktor Bout, Russian arms dealer eyed in rumored prisoner swap? | • War in Ukraine may threaten a Syrian lifeline for aid | • Ex-leader of Mexico’s search for disappeared convicted in DNA scandal |
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• Post Politics Now: Now a justice, Jackson eager to be ‘part of the promise of our great Nation’ | • After a Black man is killed by police, a city cancels its July Fourth celebration | • Texas education board rejects proposal to call slavery ‘involuntary relocation’ | • Man arrested after taking ‘Star Wars’ R2-D2 droid at Disney, police say | • Debunking myths about vasectomies as their popularity increases post-Roe | • Trauma physicians have become depressingly prepared for mass shootings | • He threatened to kill Joe Biden. His family says he’s a casualty of war. | • She’s 2½. She took an IQ test and became Mensa’s youngest member. | • ‘Tiger King’ star charged with animal trafficking and money laundering | • Former ‘Cryptoqueen’ is now one of 10 most-wanted fugitives |
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• Democrats must stop promoting Republican extremists | • Out West, we know the right-wing extremist threat just keeps rising | • The pro-life movement can’t stop at the unborn | • Preparing for an ‘extreme’ abortion debate in Virginia | • NATO’s summit shows the alliance is strong. But it must be much stronger. | • Your questions about covid-19, answered by Dr. Leana Wen | • Hutchinson’s testimony shatters any Trump defense of no criminal intent | • A credible argument for Trump supporters to back someone else in 2024 | • Older audiences are coming back. But movie theaters need fresh blood. | • How a thaw with Turkey could help Ukraine win the war |
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• Consumer spending growth slows in May, as higher prices weigh on the economy | • Stocks slide, with Wall Street closing out its worst first half since 1970 | • What I love about my home in Northern California’s wine country | • How to fix the U.S. labor shortage? Provide decent child care. | • Post-Roe, can states ban employer abortion aid? It’s not that simple. | • From ‘frat house’ to family home: A major remodel in Bethesda | • Mortgage rates held in check as recession fears mount | • The best video games of 2022 so far | • A 3% Mortgage? Leveraging Your Stocks to Buy a Home | • Biden’s Misguided Vow to Change the Filibuster for Abortion |
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• E.U. proposes ban on flavored heated tobacco products as sales rise | • Marcos Jr. sworn in as Philippine leader in resurgence of ex-dictator’s family | • Think U.S. gas prices are high? Here’s how far $40 goes around the world. | • Don’t bring babies in, British Parliament tells lawmakers after outcry | • Potential tropical storm Bonnie could hop from Atlantic to Pacific | • Buckingham Palace won’t publish probe into claims of Meghan bullying staff | • Record heat wave cooks Japan, straining power grid | • Texas migrant tragedy brings grief to families back home | • Russian forces withdraw from Ukraine’s Snake Island | • On Snake Island, defiant Ukrainians force a Russian withdrawal |
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• Two workers fired for not attending company’s prayers, lawsuit says | • Two Michigan prosecutors say they’ll enforce 1931 abortion ban despite injunction | • Miss. lawmaker says 12-year-old incest victims should carry pregnancies to term | • Texas thrusts itself into the center of battles over personal freedom | • Black women celebrate Jackson’s swearing in: ‘We needed this happy’ | • Justice Dept. investigating how NYPD handles sex-assault crimes | • Florida judge to block law that would ban abortions after 15 weeks | • One woman dominated a local fair’s food contest. The internet went looking for her. | • Liz Cheney says Republicans face a choice: Trump or the Constitution | • Woman accused of killing pro cyclist in love triangle captured in Costa Rica |
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• How the West can (still) be one | • Raphael Warnock’s push for a new America | • Jan. 6 testimony shows that Donald Trump is unhinged. Voters must listen. | • The Supreme Court’s gun ruling was a victory over racist policing | • Let the Latin Mass remain in D.C. | • Maryland’s offshore wind will help the climate and create jobs | • More migrant bodies, and cynicism, discovered at the southwest border | • Tuesday’s primaries were a great sign for non-Trumpian Republicans | • How one doctor wrecked the pandemic response | • Cartoon by Jack Ohman |
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• Three Arrows Capital falls into liquidation after crypto crash | • FCC commissioner calls on Google and Apple to ban TikTok app | • Maker of Bored Ape NFTs sues artist for profiting off ‘copycat’ images | • Companies in China are aiding Russia’s military, U.S. alleges | • FTC sues Walmart, alleging it let scammers access money transfer service | • Where fun facts are serious business | • Is Prince George’s still the richest majority-Black county in America? | • Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region | • Twitch reveals new feature built for popular Just Chatting streams | • Tesco Can Afford to Squeeze Heinz in ‘Beansgate’ |
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• Brutal killing in India stirs fears of escalating religious violence | • Record heat wave cooks Japan, straining power grid | • How green became the color of abortion rights | • Sole surviving attacker in 2015 Paris terrorism rampage is convicted | • Companies in China are aiding Russia’s military, U.S. alleges | • Those 300,000 high-readiness NATO troops? ‘Concept,’ not reality. | • Erdogan gets political boost but few concessions with NATO deal | • Did Putin inadvertently create a stronger NATO? | • U.S. to increase military presence in Europe | • Xi Jinping begins ‘victory lap’ in Hong Kong, as locals look on warily |
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• Gen Z is influencing the abortion debate — from TikTok | • Abortion protests continue after Supreme Court ends Roe v. Wade; Biden criticizes court’s ‘terrible decisions’ | • Hershel Williams, last Medal of Honor recipient from WWII, dies at 98 | • Texas AG says he’d defend sodomy law if Supreme Court revisits ruling | • Men rush to get vasectomies after Roe ruling | • Ex-GOP congressman Jeff Fortenberry gets probation for lying to FBI | • Thieves broke in and took her dogs. Her community rallied to get them back. | • Antiabortion lawmakers want to block patients from crossing state lines | • Elmo gets coronavirus shot, sparks another Muppet feud with Ted Cruz | • A Boy Scout escaped Amtrak wreckage and comforted a dying truck driver |
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• More and more, artificial intelligence is keeping the world under watch | • With the world distracted, Cuba cracks down on dissident artists | • Their dishonor will be lighted down | • What the Nixon pardon tells us about the perils of letting Trump walk | • Clarence Thomas hasn’t given up on toppling New York Times v. Sullivan | • The long road to overturning Roe started in Virginia | • Virginia’s top health official needs an education on racism | • More damning details emerge about the police response in Uvalde | • The Supreme Court is eroding the wall between church and state | • If Kavanaugh and Gorsuch lied in their confirmations, so did Kagan |
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• Drugstores ration Plan B contraceptives as Roe ruling sparks panic | • Roomy, adaptable townhouses rising in Clarksburg, Md. | • Why Gasoline Prices Can Stay Up When Oil Goes Down | • Bond Market Rebound Is Bad News for the Economy | • What Is the ‘Special Debt’ China Uses to Spur Its Economy? | • Fuzzy Language Is Setting Back the Fight Against Covid | • Trump’s Final Scene Didn’t Go According to Script | • Supreme Court Is Eroding the Wall Between Church and State | • The Legal Obstacle to Federal Abortion Efforts After Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade Ruling | • Three Arrows Capital falls into liquidation after crypto crash |
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• Israel loosens abortion law restrictions after Roe v. Wade decision | • Brazen heist caught on video amid major global arts fair | • Colombia prison fire kills at least 52, authorities say | • Mapping the worldwide spread of the coronavirus | • Ex-Nazi guard convicted of over 3,500 counts of accessory to murder | • Scotland’s leader seeks new independence vote in October 2023 | • Colombia truth panel calls for move toward ‘legal regulation’ of drugs | • Biden, Macron, Scholz, Johnson: Allies abroad, struggling at home | • Zelensky calls on world leaders to punish Russia after deadly mall strike | • Turkey drops opposition to Finland and Sweden joining NATO |
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• GOP Rep. Boebert: ‘I’m tired of this separation of church and state junk’ | • Soaring inflation and $6.30 gas spur relief checks in California | • 46 migrants found dead in Texas inside sweltering tractor-trailer | • Deaths of 51 migrants in Texas stoke grief, fears of a deadly summer | • Venezuela tapped 1.5 million phone lines. It’s just the start, experts warn. | • The optimistic melancholy of Bennie G. Thompson | • LAPD officer suffers injuries in training, leading to death, family says | • Harris says she ‘never believed’ Kavanaugh, Gorsuch would uphold Roe | • The scene in Texas after dozens of migrants were found dead in a sweltering tractor-trailer | • R. Kelly fan accused of planning to ‘storm’ prosecutors’ offices |
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• Europe’s youngest democracy is a new front in the U.S.-Russia battle of ideas | • Thomas remains an outlier in targeting other privacy rights — but for how long? | • Semiconductor legislation failures show why the U.S. struggles to compete | • The problem with self-driving cars? Many don’t drive themselves. | • How the G-7 can tip the scales toward Ukraine | • The racial ignorance of Virginia’s health czar | • The pandemic is in a twilight zone. Enjoy it — but stay safe. | • Cartoon by Mike Luckovich | • Why Erdogan should green-light Sweden and Finland’s NATO bids | • Suing federal officers is nearly impossible. Congress can fix that. |
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• Credit and home buying: What each generation should think about | • Leonardo Del Vecchio, Italian titan of eyewear, dies at 87 | • Atlanta Has More Going for It Than Any US Metropolis | • The AI tool behind Thanos made facial animation in ‘The Quarry’ a snap | • Human Rights on Mars Won’t Be the Same as Those on Earth | • Credit Suisse Reveals Where It Went Wrong | • Biden’s Thorny Options for Changing the Supreme Court | • As Crispr Turns 10, Its Medical Promise Comes Into Focus | • 12 tips for home maintenance during the summer | • Ernst & Young hit with $100 million fine over cheating on ethics tests |
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• Survivor describes South Africa nightclub disaster: ‘I can’t breathe’ | • Where have Ukrainian refugees gone? | • Large parts of northeastern India still underwater after record rains | • At summit, Biden and other leaders cast about for ways to help Ukraine | • NATO to boost high-readiness forces in ‘biggest overhaul’ since Cold War | • Exports to Russia from China plummet, study shows | • Russian strike hits crowded mall, Zelensky says, amid push for aid at G-7 | • At least 15 dead after Russian strike on shopping mall, Ukraine says | • Leonardo Del Vecchio, Italian titan of eyewear, dies at 87 | • At crucial summits, the West squeezes Russia |
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• Man killed Subway worker over ‘too much mayo on his sandwich,’ police say | • A Minnesota publisher just gave away his newspaper to fight in Ukraine | • Where Texas teachers carry guns, a community feels more secure | • Grocery store worker arrested after Rudy Giuliani was slapped on back | • Illinois’ wealthy Democratic governor spends millions in GOP primary | • Gloria Allen, who ran a charm school for transgender youths, dies at 76 | • California to vote on constitutional amendment protecting abortion rights | • 46 migrants found dead inside tractor-trailer in Texas |
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• Flawed reasoning in gun ruling shows how Breyer will be missed | • Why the Supreme Court’s gun ruling is an entirely reasonable one | • The radical conservative majority’s damage to the Supreme Court cannot be undone | • The first domino | • The court’s abortion ruling pours gasoline on our culture-war fires | • Protecting speech and ensuring safety in Virginia after Dobbs | • We know what to do to save the giant sequoias | • Now is the time for moral courage, not more guns | • End the tipped wage to help back-of-house staff | • Far too little has changed in Maryland since our first gun violence protest |
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• 400,000 solar-powered umbrellas sold at Costco recalled over fire risk | • America’s Abortion Ruling Should Worry Us All | • The Decline of Fossil Fuels Is Going to Be Expensive | • Atlanta Has More Going for It Than Any US Metropolis | • What’s a Reverse Currency War and Who’s Fighting One? | • Parental Rights Were Ignored in the Praying Coach Ruling | • Understanding Crypto Bridges and $1 Billion in Thefts | • Three-bedroom townhouse-style condo in Lorton lists below $395,000 | • Each state has its own rules governing estate taxes | • Fed interest rate hikes just made national debt a lot more expensive |
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• U.S. abortion decision draws cheers, horror abroad | • Two killed in attack on Oslo LGBTQ club; Norway raises terror alert | • Russia will soon exhaust its combat capabilities, Western assessments predict | • Monkeypox cases surge as WHO stops short of declaring a global emergency | • A Russian musician mounts a modest antiwar protest and pays the price | • Embattled Scholz, hosting first major summit, tries to prove mettle | • The wild history of the Bavarian castle hosting this week’s G-7 summit | • Johnson, Trudeau joke about going shirtless to threaten Putin with ‘our pecs’ | • A bloody retreat as Ukrainian unit hit by Russian cluster bombs | • Biden: G-7 to ban Russian gold imports to deny Putin revenue for Ukraine war |
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• How Washington Post readers feel about the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling | • For these young Americans, abortion is personal — and complicated | • World’s deepest shipwreck, the Sammy B, is discovered by explorers | • Florida emerges as key battleground in state-by-state abortion fight | • GOP politicians defend post-Roe bans | • A women’s clinic run by two generations of women braces for the post-Roe era | • GOP lawmaker calls Roe ruling ‘victory for white life’ as Trump rally cheers | • Your questions about the end of Roe, answered | • Abortion protests continue after Supreme Court ends Roe v. Wade; Biden criticizes court’s ‘terrible decisions’ | • Shooting fears sow chaos at San Francisco, New York City Pride events |
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• Trump and his crackpots brought us to the brink of ‘losing it all’ | • Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda: Now is the time to make NATO even stronger | • Happy the elephant had her day in court. We humans are better for it. | • Why France’s overseas territories are voting for anyone but Macron | • 5 big truths about the Supreme Court’s gutting of Roe | • The Supreme Court’s radical abortion ruling begins a dangerous new era | • The Post’s endorsements in the Democratic primary for Montgomery County Council | • My pregnancy was unlucky. My abortion wasn’t. | • The Supreme Court found a way to make our gun problem worse | • We must protect life from conception until the moment of birth! |
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• ‘Bring rifles’: Extremist groups call for violence over abortion ruling | • Crypto hackers steal $100 million from blockchain bridge | • How women’s lives were different before Roe v. Wade | • Understanding the Juul Ban and Concerns About Teen Vaping | • Chasm opens between states over abortion pills and out-of-state care | • Court temporarily halts FDA ban on Juul e-cigarettes | • What are War Bonds and Why Did Ukraine Sell Them? | • The trans Twitch star delivering news to a legion of LGBTQ teens | • Seeking an abortion? Here’s how to avoid leaving a digital trail. | • Capping Russian Oil Prices Is Pure Fantasy |
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• Ukraine pulls back from Severodonetsk | • Taliban struggles to respond to earthquake amid international isolation | • Ukraine retreats from Severodonetsk as Russia advances in the east | • Diplomats urge action as global food crisis deepens | • In Africa, Eastern Europe battles Russian narrative on Ukraine | • As election season nears, Kenyans brace for unrest and hope for peace | • World’s deepest shipwreck, the Sammy B, is discovered by explorers | • Japan tops 104 degrees for first time in June amid record heat wave | • Va. couple who went missing during sailing trip found safe, Coast Guard says | • Ukraine accuses Russia of launching missiles from Belarusian airspace |
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• Women of color will be most impacted by the end of Roe, experts say | • Protests erupt in D.C., around the country as Roe v. Wade falls | • Biden says restoring abortion rights is up to voters | • ‘Still a nightmare’: Surfside families mark one year since collapse | • The scene outside the Supreme Court after Roe v. Wade was overturned | • Asian carp threaten the Great Lakes. Will calling them ‘copi’ help? | • Emotional protests continue after Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade | • GOP governors in four blue states pledge to uphold right to seek abortion | • Officer running for state Senate drops out after punching opponent | • Father punches accused killer of 3-year-old son in court, video shows |
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• The most dangerous gun ruling in history, at the worst possible time | • Biden is under pressure to go soft on China’s genocide | • The Supreme Court supercharges the Second Amendment | • Russia’s oil earnings are booming. The U.S. and Europe need a new plan. | • Eric Greitens’s ‘RINO hunting’ ad shows the radicalization pipeline in the GOP | • John Hinckley paid for attacking democracy. Will Trump’s cronies? | • It will be bad if Merrick Garland prosecutes Trump — and worse if he doesn’t | • Democrats had an opportunity for a major political realignment. They blew it. | • The Supreme Court’s gun ruling is a serious misfire | • Biden needs to score in the culture wars |
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• With Roe overturned, period-tracking apps raise new worries | • What Ukraine’s EU Candidacy Means, and What’s Ahead | • These Are the Gun Measures Advancing in US Congress | • For people seeking abortions, digital privacy is suddenly critical | • Dow soars more than 800 points as Wall Street ends week on high note | • Video game industry on the end of Roe: I’m ‘not proud to be an American’ | • Disney says it will cover employee travel costs for abortions | • Congress extends pandemic-era school meal program, with caveats | • What is a recession? Your economy questions, answered. | • Multigenerational, ADA-compliant house lists for $2.2M |
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• Russia targeted Ukrainian ammunition to weaken Kyiv on the battlefield | • Kyiv granted E.U. membership candidacy in symbolic win amid war | • They wanted rule of law, so China tried them in secret | • Britain to pull $18B in bank notes as it switches from paper to polymer | • U.N. rights body says Israeli soldiers killed American journalist in West Bank | • In many countries, abortion is protected by law, not court decision | • As Biden heads to Europe, the mood on Ukraine is grimmer | • Boris Johnson’s Tories suffer fresh electoral defeat; party chair quits | • Is U.S. a liberal outlier on abortion, as Supreme Court opinion says? | • Indigenous protesters are paralyzing Ecuador. Here’s why. |
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• Ohio health agency staffer fired after abortion pill mention in newsletter | • Abortion advocates fear access to birth control could be curtailed | • LGBTQ community braces for rollback of rights after abortion ruling | • She ordered a burger on Grubhub — and included a desperate plea for help | • Susan Collins says testimony by Gorsuch, Kavanaugh ‘inconsistent’ with ruling | • Jan. 6 committee, DOJ seek footage of Roger Stone from Danish filmmakers | • They went hiking to get closer to God. Instead, they had to be rescued. | • Roe’s demise marks new phase in state-by-state battle over abortion | • J.K. Rowling thought she was talking to Zelensky. It was Russian pranksters. | • No matter if one feels relief or devastation, the weight of overturning Roe is profound |
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• The U.S. door swings open to Ukrainians | • When even Caterpillar flees Illinois, you know the state is in trouble | • D.C. voters sent mixed messages in the Democratic primary | • These Republicans defended democracy. How many will be left after 2024? | • We need laws to protect election workers like ‘Lady Ruby’ Freeman | • Think state supreme courts will save abortion rights? Think again. | • Virginia’s U.S. House elections are set | • Democrats are having a mini-2024 primary right now | • Judge: Fox Corp. can’t wiggle out of Dominion’s ‘big lie’ lawsuit | • D.C.'s promising approach to violence prevention has room for improvement |
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• Stocks gain ground as investors mull over recession fears | • Allstate, Progressive drop company over racist Juneteenth sign | • House panel approves expanding anti-money laundering reporting requirements | • How a teen lifeguard took on the gender pay gap — and what she gained | • How a ‘move manager’ can help you trim down on your belongings | • Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region | • Mortgage rates continue to escalate, move closer to 6 percent | • What Ukraine’s EU Candidacy Means, and What’s Ahead | • How to scrub yourself from the internet, the best that you can | • For people seeking abortions, digital privacy is suddenly critical |
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• After restaurant attack, authorities continue to gaslight China’s women | • Amid criticism, Western tourists returning to a battered Syria | • Afghans mourn the dead, search for shelter after devastating earthquake | • U.S. woman denied abortion in Malta to be airlifted out amid fears for her life | • Thousands of ‘witches’ could be posthumously pardoned in Scotland | • U.S. monkeypox response mirrors early coronavirus missteps, experts say | • Traces of highly contagious poliovirus found in British sewage | • E.U. leaders make Ukraine a candidate for membership | • E.U. has backed candidate status for Ukraine. Here’s what that means. | • Sri Lanka’s economy has ‘completely collapsed,’ prime minister says |
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• When a call to the police for help turns deadly | • Officer faces probe for telling Black driver, ‘This is how you guys get killed’ | • Trumpet the bloodhound wins Best in Show at Westminster Dog Show | • Asian carp threaten the Great Lakes. Will calling them ‘copi’ help? | • Trump called Jan. 6 participants ‘smart,’ filmmaker says | • Lawmakers and mayors decry ‘reckless’ Supreme Court ruling on guns | • Allstate, Progressive drop company over racist Juneteenth sign | • 6 killed after ‘Huey’ helicopter crashes in West Virginia | • He stole a patrol vehicle, officials say — then responded to an emergency | • She had ‘soulmate’ kill her husband. A judge gave her life in prison. |
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• Biden admitting refugees from Latin America is a step forward | • Gunning for RINOs: A Republican hits a new low | • Robin Thede on comedically reflecting on Black America through ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ | • The FDA is taking a historic step to reduce smoking deaths. It’s overdue. | • If ‘Lightyear’ can spark a backlash, then no LGBTQ victories are safe | • A gas puzzler: If Biden ran Big Oil, what would he do differently? | • Cartoon by Michael Ramirez | • Macron lost his parliamentary majority. That shouldn’t be surprising. | • Why we need to modernize our cargo ships | • How D.C. is protecting women’s access to health care |
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• Stock recovery falters after Fed chief acknowledges recession risk | • The unintended consequences of the $178 billion bailout to keep hospitals and doctors afloat | • This inflation-proof bond is paying 9.62%. Here’s how to buy it. | • Formula shortage adds to financial crunch for farmworker families | • Female scientists don’t get the credit they deserve. A study proves it. | • What a pause in the gas tax would mean for prices at the pump | • What’s a Reverse Currency War and Who’s Fighting One? | • Stocks teeter to red as investors try to shake off recession fears | • 2 huge chip makers warn of expansion delays as subsidies bill languishes | • Five Notes on the Republican Party’s Future |
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• Russia makes ‘marginal gains’ near Severodonetsk | • E.U. poised to back Ukraine’s candidate status. Here’s what it means. | • Russia’s chokehold over gas could send Europe back to coal | • In photos and videos: the aftermath of the deadly Afghanistan earthquake | • Va. couple sailing to Portugal go missing after boat damaged in storm | • The scandal over Boris Johnson job-hunting for his wife won’t go away | • Pew poll: Global views on NATO and U.S. rise; for Russia, a decline | • Russia intensifies push to seize Luhansk | • Maps of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine | • Letters written, tanks in position as battle for Lysychansk looms |
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• Andrew Gillum, former Fla. governor candidate, charged with wire fraud | • Cousins receive mystery postcards sent decades ago: ‘I was stunned’ | • Fear over recent shootings has some avoiding crowds, businesses | • In rare medical procedure, these two women share one liver | • Theater backs off plan to fast-forward through same-sex ‘Lightyear’ kiss | • Tributes pour in for El Chango, the Mexican narco pet monkey shot dead | • A Tesla was in a junkyard for three weeks. Then it burst into flames. | • Minn. city to pay $3.25M in police killing of Daunte Wright | • South Dakota AG convicted on impeachment charges, removed from office | • Uvalde schools police chief placed on leave as shooting inquiry deepens |
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• Joe Manchin is choking off one of America’s best anti-poverty programs | • Why Watergate-era campaign finance laws haven’t stopped corruption | • The center has not held in Colombia, but democracy still might | • Our picks for Tuesday’s D.C. Democratic primary | • Texas Republicans want to secede? Good riddance. | • As an adoptee, I know: Adoption is not a fairy-tale answer to abortion | • How Biden can convince us that recession isn’t 'inevitable’ | • Finally, ‘Top Gun’ has a female pilot. Real life should catch up. | • The quotes likely to be permanently evocative of the Jan. 6 scandal | • The GOP must make it clear: Eric Greitens’s ad is out of bounds |
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• Relief rally lifts Dow more than 600 points despite rising recession fears | • Amazon workers in Maryland say they were fired for union organizing | • Luxury touches with D.C.’s bustling Kennedy Street around the corner | • Top executives quit Pornhub’s parent company amid more controversy | • Supreme Court rejects appeal from Roundup maker over cancer claims | • Crypto’s frozen mystery: The fate of billions in Celsius deposits | • Inflation Ate Your Free Lunch, But You’re Still Better Off | • Can Trump Be Tied to His Allies’ Violent Intimidation? | • Top Senate Democrat casts doubt on prospect of major data privacy bill | • The US Economy Is Headed for a Hard Landing |
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• World’s heaviest freshwater fish, a 661-pound stingray, caught in Cambodia | • As businesses flee Russia, a New York model returns to Moscow | • In Venezuela, priests convicted of abuse have returned to ministry | • Iraq’s wild-card cleric upends politics as summer’s heat descends | • Canada banning single-use plastics to combat pollution, climate change | • Russia’s Muratov sells Nobel medal for $103.5M to help Ukrainian children | • American detainees won’t get Geneva Convention protections, Kremlin says | • Sunrise rituals and music parties: The world marks the summer solstice | • Russia threatens Lithuania for enforcing E.U. sanctions on Kaliningrad | • Deadly South Asia floods leave families trapped without food and water |
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A horrible death that not even one's enemies would wish on them! A group of 22 Indian students went on an excursion to the city of Manali. They stopped to take a photo on the banks of the Beas River. They took a photo and literally one minute later they were all dead What happened a minute before they died?
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• Investors paid thousands for rare wines. It was a scam, feds say. | • A boy died in hot car as his mom prepared his sister’s birthday party | • Hiker who texted his wife he was ‘in trouble’ dies after rescue | • Updated timeline: How police responded to the Texas school shooter | • New Jersey wildfire, largest since 2007, mostly contained, officials say | • The harrowing aftermath of counting votes | • Clela Rorex, ‘unsung hero’ of marriage equality movement, dies at 78 | • Bill Cosby sexually abused 16-year-old in 1975, jury in civil trial finds | • Armed Uvalde officers waited for key to unlocked door, official says |
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• Maryland’s offshore wind project is a $4 billion boondoggle | • We must reimagine how to address D.C.’s persistent health inequities | • Taking a class trip to D.C. doesn’t come with a license to behave badly | • Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, NRA | • Gov. Ron DeSantis abandons Florida children | • Afghan families in the U.S., severed and in pain | • Fix the electoral count law now, before Trump tries to exploit it again | • The baby formula crisis isn’t over. Key problems remain. | • Here’s what voters will get if they cast their ballots based on gas prices | • Cartoon by Jeff Danziger |
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• Bitcoin bounces back above $20,000 after weekend slide | • Why gas is so expensive in some U.S. states but not others | • Oil refineries are making a windfall. Why do they keep closing? | • Investors paid thousands for rare wines. It was a scam, feds say. | • How to hire a reliable roofing contractor for your home | • Israel is hoping its gas will finally make it part of the Middle East | • NASA finally fuels moon rocket, but first launch remains a question | • Biden’s Risky Trip to the Mideast Is Also Pointless | • Activision Blizzard shareholders vote for public harassment report | • Kellogg will split into 3 companies as it leans into snacks |
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• Millions stranded as heavy flooding sweeps through Bangladesh and India | • Spain devastated by wildfires amid record-breaking heat wave | • Britain will electronically tag some asylum seekers with GPS devices | • Hong Kong’s landmark Jumbo floating restaurant sinks at sea | • Filipino government lawyer fatally shot while vacationing in U.S. | • Second American is reported killed in Ukraine fighting | • As Latin America embraces a new left, the U.S. could take a back seat | • George Lamming, renowned Caribbean novelist, dies at 94 | • Ben Stiller tells Zelensky in Ukraine: ‘You’re my hero’ | • Japan has always been refugee-averse. Then Ukraine happened. |
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• Miami police want to buy Floridians’ guns — and send them to Ukraine | • Bats and balls — but not baseball — win over Texas kids | • This Texas teen wanted an abortion. She now has twins. | • Why this teacher keeps one chair empty in his middle school classroom | • Floridians give DeSantis points for his covid stance. Will it hold? | • Filipino government lawyer fatally shot while vacationing in U.S. | • Louisville mayor punched by man in second attack on local Democrats | • Held at gunpoint behind the wheel, a driver sped to alert officers | • Wildfire in New Jersey may become largest in 15 years, officials say | • Speaker at meeting of Ginni Thomas group called Biden’s win illegitimate long after Jan. 6, video shows |
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• On Tuesday, voters will chart the course for a changing D.C. | • A new conservative manifesto sounds a lot like fascism | • Congress, don’t waste this chance on privacy legislation | • One step forward, two steps back | • The soul-crushing lot of a Supreme Court liberal | • Mike Pence, stand-up guy | • We warned Google that people might believe AI was sentient. Now it’s happening. | • ​​101 HBCUs get nearly 7 times less money than 1 other school. That must change. | • The gun-violence plague is evolving, dangerously | • A young soldier’s death reminds Ukrainians that the war is taking their best |
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• Lawmakers urge Google to fix abortion searches suggesting ‘fake clinics’ | • How to recession-proof your life | • U.S. policymakers misjudged inflation threat until it was too late | • Peter Thiel helped build big tech. Now he wants to tear it all down. | • Fed’s interest rate hikes may mark start of tough new economic climate | • Apple Store workers approve union, the first in the U.S. | • Juneteenth Is a Day for Cheer — and Unfinished Business | • Political Gridlock In France Is Risk for Europe | • How an Emboldened Far-Right Is Changing French Politics | • How to Access the UK Cost-of-Living Support Package |
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• Dom Phillips, journalist who chronicled Amazon deforestation, is dead at 57 | • Russia makes ‘marginal gains’ near Severodonetsk | • ‘Day Zero’ water crisis looms on South Africa’s eastern cape | • Explosive mines bring ‘dangerous beach season’ to Ukraine | • Zelensky in Father’s Day message praises dads who defend Ukraine | • Hundreds of civilians missing, taken or simply gone: The untold toll of the Ukraine war | • Macron projected to lose absolute majority in French Parliament | • Gustavo Petro, former guerrilla, will be Colombia’s first leftist president | • Europe rallies behind Ukraine. But fatigue is around the corner. | • Ukraine awaits E.U. candidate decision; leaders prepare for long war |
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• Yellowstone to partly reopen after historic flooding | • Woman charged with hate crimes after anti-Asian attack, authorities say | • Modern ‘redlining’ is pushing some Texans out of their homes |
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• Juneteenth is meant to unite us, just like the Fourth of July | • Baseball looks strange, but the weird thing is how easily it happened | • It’s all over but the shouting | • The Post endorses John McCarthy for Montgomery County State’s Attorney | • Pardon me | • There were no heroes in the Trump administration on Jan. 6 | • White nationalists are getting bolder. Enforcement must, too. | • We must warn about the dangers of xylazine, too | • Are we not moved by the cries of these children? | • The Biden administration is culpable for high gas prices |
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• A constant state of flux: Settling into being unsettled at work | • How Europe Became So Dependent on Putin for Its Gas | • Four Top Workplaces chiefs offer lessons on crisis management | • How D.C.-area employers kept workers happy amid the Great Resignation | • Top Workplaces 2022 | • How to Access the UK Cost-of-Living Support Package | • Vince McMahon steps aside as WWE CEO amid probe of hush-money allegations | • Lego prepared for questions on Youngkin and critical race theory in Va. | • Bitcoin price falls below $20,000 for first time since 2020 | • Americans are starting to pull back on travel and restaurants |
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• Russia’s gas cuts to Europe in summer could bring a bitter winter | • China unveils cutting-edge aircraft carrier, first to be locally designed | • U.S. Army veteran missing in Ukraine is alive, family says, citing video | • With scant options in Ukraine, U.S. and allies prepare for long war | • European Commission backs Kyiv’s E.U. ambitions as Putin lashes out at West | • In Slovyansk, conflicted loyalties as Russian forces approach | • U.N. turns to crowdfunding to salvage oil tanker decaying off Yemen | • How Cuba became a pioneer in covid-19 vaccines for kids | • Britain will electronically tag some asylum seekers with GPS devices | • Bruno Pereira, expert on Brazil’s Indigenous communities, dead at 41 |
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• Her dog died suddenly. Then a Chewy delivery brought a surprise. | • Lawmakers urge Google to fix abortion searches suggesting ‘fake clinics’ | • Montana Gov. Gianforte vacationed in Italy as flooding crushed Yellowstone | • Local and state Democrats look to ban gun sales near schools |
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• China’s military expansion is reaching a dangerous tipping point | • Extreme heat isn’t a joke. It’s a public health crisis. | • As Russia advances, U.S. and Europe must redouble aid to Ukraine | • Trump’s pressure campaign on Pence was more vindictive than anyone imagined | • It’s time to start thinking about the endgame in Ukraine | • Jan. 6 hearings point up critical role of the 25th Amendment | • ‘Liberation is born from the soul’: Oswaldo Payá’s struggle for a free Cuba | • If Hollywood wants to stop gun violence, it should stop sanitizing it | • The ripple effect of the Ukraine war is ‘a potential mass starvation event’ | • Donald Graham: Watergate resonated because The Post reported the truth |
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• Juneteenth ice cream and paper plates: Companies keep getting holiday wrong | • SpaceX fires workers who criticized Elon Musk in open letter | • What Strikes and ‘Quits’ Say About US Labor’s Resolve | • YouTube pulls Jan. 6 committee post, citing election disinformation | • Stocks stem losses but still close out worst week since March 2020 | • Severna Park, Md., waterfront estate on the market for $15.9 million | • A reporter’s FOIA request scored details on EA Sports College Football | • Here’s how the 2022 Top Workplaces were selected | • 7 ways to lower your credit card debt after the Fed rate hike | • The fight to destigmatize mental health care in the defense industry |
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• Colombia’s historic presidential election: What you need to know | • U.S. Marine veteran fighting in Ukraine has been missing since April | • As nuclear test looms, North Korea reports intestinal epidemic | • Mexico City trades colorful food stalls for drab uniformity | • Top British official orders Julian Assange’s extradition to U.S. | • Catholic bishop, under fire for abuse record, declines cardinal honor | • Ukraine should get E.U. candidate status, European Commission recommends | • Indian military’s ‘path of fire’ recruitment plan sparks mass unrest | • Jean-Louis Trintignant, French actor of powerful reserve, dies at 91 | • Heat wave breaks records in France, kills baby birds in Spain |
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• As Montana reeled from floods, Gov. Gianforte was nowhere to be found | • He ran out of gas in Death Valley. Days later, he was dead, park says. | • Children served floor sealant instead of milk at Alaska day care | • A county approved Pride Month. In June, officials overturned the vote. | • Hawaii just expanded gender-affirming care for trans residents | • Video shows inmates intervene after guard was choked with a pillowcase | • Tears for the racist torment my father endured | • These kids don’t have fathers. He takes them fishing every weekend. | • Pride events targeted in surge of anti-LGBTQ threats, violence | • White men charged with smashing Black teen’s car with rock, traffic cone |
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• There’s an election integrity crisis. But not the one Republicans claim. | • Access to contraception will be all the more vital in a post-Roe world | • Putin wants to break and silence Navalny. We can’t let him. | • BDS detours into old-school antisemitism | • Thomas lawsuit takes up House of Delegates election challenge | • Impunity for unwarranted police killings is still a default | • An important Virginia criminal justice reform is threatened | • What I learned at my 40th college reunion | • What Watergate can teach us today | • Your questions about covid-19, answered by Dr. Leana Wen |
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• Mortgages hit 14-year high as Fed hikes rates to curb inflation | • Abbott baby formula plant closes again because of flooding | • Atlantic City casino workers vote to strike, citing wages and inflation | • What the Fed’s interest rate hike means for mortgages | • Recession fears grow as Dow closes below 30,000 and mortgage rates spike | • Revlon files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection | • Where do homeowners pay the most in property taxes? | • Rising from the ashes | • Israel and Egypt sign gas export deal as Europe seeks Russia alternative | • He ran out of gas in Death Valley. Days later, he was dead, park says. |
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• Giant tortoise believed extinct confirmed alive in Galápagos Islands | • Pakistan urges citizens to give up tea to help economy | • Estonian leader urges faster help for Ukraine amid signs of war fatigue | • Burkina Faso massacre highlights a strengthening insurgency | • Myanmar junta vows to execute pro-democracy activists | • France, Germany, Italy back Ukraine’s E.U. candidacy in first wartime trip to Kyiv | • In Kyiv visit, European leaders back Ukraine’s candidacy to join E.U. | • Alleged Russian spy studied at Johns Hopkins, won ICC internship | • Ukraine war pushes global displaced to record high, U.N. says | • The troubled paradox of U.S. democracy |
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• Buffalo suspect charged with federal hate crimes, could face death penalty | • Abbott baby formula plant closes again because of flooding | • Extreme heat and humidity kill thousands of cattle in Kansas | • As Montana reels from floods, no one is sure where Gov. Gianforte is | • Children served floor sealant instead of milk at Alaska day care | • Man illegally excavated Native American site, took artifacts, officials say | • Charging 69 cents for gas was an ‘honest mistake’ he’s hoping to repay | • Florida fraud suspect tried to flee to Cuba on a Jet Ski, feds say | • John Eastman says Ginni Thomas invited him to speak on ‘election litigation’ | • Paul Molloy, co-founder of housing program for addicts, dies at 83 |
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• Michael R. Jackson’s ‘big, Black and queer’ musical, ‘A Strange Loop’ | • Americans have gone back to work. Now we can move toward steady growth. | • Is Virginia’s lieutenant governor paying attention to her friends? | • The U.S. must oppose India’s rising Islamophobia | • Fairfax County is a leader in promoting red-flag laws. Others should follow. | • An actor’s use of a surrogate raises radical-feminist questions | • In the D.C. Democratic primary, stay the course | • With Powell’s rate hike, the inflation fight begins in earnest | • Finally, young children will no longer be left behind in the pandemic | • There is a double standard at work in the NFL |
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• We’re still not in a recession despite the stock market drop | • Fisher-Price, regulators issue warning on baby rockers after 13 deaths | • Seven ways you can financially prepare for a recession | • Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is dead | • Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region | • Libya oil output strangled from infighting in world starved of energy | • U.S. probing how American electronics wound up in Russian military gear | • What you need to know about the tampon shortage | • We’re Having a Heat Wave. Naming It Won’t Help. | • What’s Crypto Lending, and What Happened With Celsius? |
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• As prices rise, Europeans divided over how Ukraine war should end | • U.S. to send $1 billion in military aid to bolster Ukrainian fight | • Ukrainian ambassador in Berlin doesn’t care if he offends for his cause | • U.S. veterans missing in Ukraine, feared captured, families say | • Air pollution worse for global lifespan than cigarettes or alcohol | • Giant tortoise believed extinct confirmed alive in the Galápagos Islands | • Man confesses to killing missing journalist and colleague, police say | • U.S. probing how American electronics wound up in Russian military gear | • Why Boris Johnson is picking fights over Irish borders, Rwandan flights | • A dictator’s son promised unity. His election is pulling Filipinos apart. |
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• The gun deal could close the ‘boyfriend loophole.’ Here’s what it is. | • Yellowstone flood could close parts of park all summer | • In Chicago, march highlights unsolved cases of missing Black women | • A Texas city has been without running water for days amid heat wave | • Condom ‘stealthing’ is sexual violence, bill says. Here’s what to know. | • Torn from his first love in the Korean War, strangers just helped them reunite | • Klay Thompson lookalike banned after fooling security at Warriors’ arena | • Bronx Zoo’s Happy the elephant is not a legal person, court rules | • A school made girls wear skirts. A court ruled it unconstitutional. | • Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is dead |
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• The Federal Reserve should go big now to fight inflation | • Trump’s aides told him the truth. Now they are finally telling us. | • Truth is emerging in a journalist’s death. Palestinians could reveal more. | • How will gun violence affect the Virginia midterms? | • My guide dog helps keep me safe. But she can’t protect me from guns. | • Why are my patients still isolating in their homes? Gun violence. | • How Ukraine’s ‘women warriors’ are playing a vital role in the war | • Pennsylvania’s vote-counting rules risk 2024 electoral chaos | • It’s almost as if Democrats are trying to make sure Trump wins in 2024 | • Mobile voting is not the answer to low turnout and disenfranchisement |
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• How to add color to concrete | • Warehouses in China and U.S. show global economy struggling to adjust | • Coinbase’s layoffs suggest crypto’s problems are spreading | • SBA approved loans with signs of fraud early in pandemic, House report says | • Russia made nearly $100B from fuel exports in war’s first 100 days, report says | • Bond Market Spooks ECB Into Doing...Nothing | • ‘Battlefield 2042’ is finally fun. Should EA bail on it anyway? | • Teslas running Autopilot involved in 273 crashes reported since last year | • How Boris Johnson Is Taking UK Into New Trade Rift With EU | • Generation Z Is Getting a Harsh Lesson in Stock Risk |
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• Global nuclear arsenal expected to grow for first time since Cold War | • Navalny reportedly moved to high-security prison infamous for abuse | • Brazil apologizes for telling journalist’s family bodies were found | • Ukraine war brings peace — between Canada and Denmark | • U.K. cancels flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda after court challenges | • Hundreds of little penguins are washing up dead on New Zealand shores | • Ukraine battle intensifies as Western backers mull new military aid | • Casualties rise as Russia makes incremental gains in east, Pentagon official says | • Tropical Storm Blas forms off Mexico's Pacific coast | • Russia made nearly $100B from fuel exports in war’s first 100 days, report says |
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• Teen who fell to his death from ride exceeded weight limit, autopsy says | • James Patterson claims White male writers face ‘another form of racism’ | • Denied his high school diploma over a book fine in 1962, he finally walked the stage | • Idaho police get death threats after Patriot Front arrests, chief says | • Fans told Lizzo a word in her song was offensive. She changed the lyrics. | • ‘How to Murder Your Husband’ writer sentenced to life for killing husband | • Most Americans oppose trans athletes in female sports, poll finds | • The president’s men and women, under interrogation | • Video contradicts police in Texas boy’s shooting death, family says | • N.C. school leaders accused of ignoring abuse have immunity, court rules |
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• Taylor Lorenz said an editor was to blame. Is that okay? | • Zelensky calls for international support for Taiwan before China attacks | • In Russia, a Christian religion is punished, over and over again | • The Saudi-backed golf rival for the PGA is a case of ‘LIV and let die’ | • The Senate’s bipartisan gun deal is an encouraging first step | • The sedition didn’t stop on Jan. 6. It must be stopped. | • The San Francisco district attorney saga set back criminal justice reform | • Personal finance class should be required in high school | • $5 gas is largely Putin’s fault | • Cartoon by Scott Stantis |
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• Diablo is about how anything is corruptible. Enter ‘Diablo Immortal.’ | • William Barr Is Handing Republicans a Trump Exit Strategy | • In US-Saudi Reset, the Kingdom Holds All the Cards | • Coinbase Made Some Pets.com-Level Mistakes | • US Monkeypox Response Repeats the Mistakes Made on Covid | • Mortgage rates, home prices expected to stabilize, forecast says | • Why an energy crisis and $5 gas aren’t spurring a green revolution | • What to consider before replacing the windows on your home | • Children are targets for ID theft. Here’s what parents need to know. | • This AI model tries to re-create the mind of Ruth Bader Ginsburg |
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• Russia likely to seize control of eastern Ukrainian region within weeks, U.S. official says | • North Korea fires artillery shells after arms pledge, South Korea says | • Afghans go hungry as U.S. and Taliban officials blame each other | • Costly, scandal-ridden mass testing is China’s latest ‘zero covid’ bet | • Philippines dispatch: Pigs, presstitutes and how journalists are harassed | • Trudeau tests positive for coronavirus days after meeting Biden | • Family says bodies found in search for journalist and colleague | • Boris Johnson wants to junk parts of Brexit deal on Northern Ireland | • Global nuclear arsenal expected to grow for first time since Cold War | • Ukrainian troops struggle to hold back Russian advance in east |
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• Newspaper apologizes to Rebel Wilson over plans to out her relationship | • A Minneapolis woman was about to be evicted. Neighbors bought her home for her. | • Assistant police chief gets $1.5 million payout after hanging Nazi symbol | • Proud Boys disrupt drag-queen reading event, prompting hate-crime probe |
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• History will accept only one Jan. 6 narrative. This committee has it. | • Cheney leaves Trump and his GOP apologists reeling | • A better way for Democrats to talk about rising crime | • Incoming! | • Why the Jan. 6 hearings’ vital task is to show Americans what happened | • Moving together on the Capital Crescent Trail tunnel and extension | • A test in Virginia of the right to remain silent | • D.C. is wrongly excluding teachers from graduation | • The endless recalls in Virginia are pointless and must stop | • I’m a Texas teacher. Here are all the things I’m asked to be. |
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• How the ‘Energy Shock’ Has Upended the Global Economy | • The Scam of Authenticity | • At Last, a Bipartisan Effort on Gun Safety | • Schwab to pay $187 million after SEC says robo-advisers misled investors | • Celsius Crypto FOMO Proved Irresistible to Finance Pros Too | • Supreme Court Makes Immigration Lockup Harder to Escape | • You agreed to what? Doctor check-in software harvests your health data. | • Historic, four-bedroom house in Charles County lists at $355,000 | • IRS rules about capital gains may lead to questions. We have answers. | • Behind the Nickel Mess on the London Metal Exchange |
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• Russia controls most of Severodonetsk, governor says | • Russia likely to seize all of Luhansk in coming weeks, U.S. official says | • In Kherson, misery under Russian occupation, hope over Ukrainian gains | • Infighting in Israel imperils legal safeguards from West Bank settlers | • China calls U.S. a ‘bully,’ vows to ‘fight to the end’ for Taiwan | • Hunting the hidden dangers that lurk in Ukraine’s lakes and rivers | • How Shireen Abu Akleh was killed | • De-arched former Moscow McDonald’s reopens without Big Macs | • Putin makes his imperial pretensions clear | • Iraq's 'pearl of the south' Lake Sawa dry amid water crisis |
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• Man arrested for leaving flowers on fiancee’s grave found guilty of littering | • The shadow race is underway for the Republican presidential nomination | • 31 tied to hate group charged with planning riot near LGBTQ event in Idaho | • Chris Smalls’s Amazon uprising and the fight for a second warehouse | • Men tied to hate group planned for riot, ‘confrontation’ at LGBTQ event, police say | • Court filing offers new evidence of post-election breach in Coffee County, Ga. |
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• The Kavanaugh threat exposed weaknesses in judicial security — and our discourse | • Liz Cheney got her chance to rebut her dishonorable peers. She didn’t miss. | • The Jan. 6 committee may have bruised Trump, but he’s still standing | • D.C. is better off without the NFL — especially if it comes with Daniel Snyder | • What to do with RFK Stadium? First, D.C. must take control. | • Who’s to blame for the rural crime wave? | • The Jan. 6 committee’s new bombshells still don’t complete the story | • How low will the Supreme Court go on guns? | • Ghana’s tragic turn toward anti-LGBT extremism | • Truth is the new RINO |
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• Why Japan’s Yen Is the Weakest in 20 Years and What That Means | • She tracked her boyfriend using an AirTag — then killed him, police say | • Behind the Nickel Mess on the London Metal Exchange | • The Google engineer who thinks the company’s AI has come to life | • Pro-Choice States Should Protect the Right to Travel for Abortion | • Sanibel Island’s Last Stand Against Rising Seas | • Live updates: ‘Starfield,’ ‘Overwatch 2,’ ‘Diablo IV,’ Hideo Kojima partnership highlight Xbox Bethesda showcase | • How the 3D-printing community worldwide is aiding Ukraine | • Biden Needs to Unleash His Inner Biden | • Politics Have Distorted Americans’ Views of the Economy |
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• At first meeting, U.S., China defense chiefs call for more communication | • Malaysia to get rid of ‘mandatory’ death sentences | • Ukraine is running out of ammunition as prospects dim on the battlefield | • Ukraine pleas for ammunition grow amid intense firefight in East | • Pentagon chief says U.S. won’t ask others to choose between it and China | • Russia seeks to militarize schoolchildren and censor textbooks amid war | • Amid Ukraine war, husband and wife doctor team runs front-line hospital | • Haiti’s gangs use TikTok, Instagram, Twitter to recruit and terrorize | • Biden says Zelensky ‘didn’t want to hear’ U.S. warnings of invasion | • Bolivia sentences ex-president to 10 years in prison after coup trial |
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• With shooter inside Uvalde classrooms, officials say secure doors kept police out | • What some Americans saw at the first Jan. 6 Congressional hearing | • Cheney states Trump said on Jan. 6 that Pence ‘deserves’ to be hanged | • Ryan Zimmerman Weekend to feature former Nats, ‘Mr. National’ bobblehead | • Marijuana-fueled town considers new name: ‘Kush’ | • Ginni Thomas pressed 29 Ariz. lawmakers to help overturn Trump’s defeat, emails show | • She tracked her boyfriend using an AirTag — then killed him, police say | • Tom Rice tries to survive his Trump impeachment vote — and stay in the House | • March for Our Lives 2022: Thousands gather to protest gun violence | • The town crier |
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