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U.N. Atomic Chief Warns of Growing Nuclear Risks Rafael Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency pointed to Iran’s nuclear work and Russia’s occupation of Ukrainian sites.
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Elizabeth Warren Smears Pro-Life Charities We tell women the truth: Abortion isn’t their only option.
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The FDA's Anti-Nicotine Myopia Legal parsing plus ideology has the agency reenacting the folly of Prohibition.
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NATO Advances Sweden, Finland Toward Membership as Fighting Rages in Eastern Ukraine Russian artillery pounded Sloviansk, one of Ukraine’s last lines of defense to protect the remaining Kyiv-held strongholds in eastern Ukraine, while NATO advanced plans to add Sweden and Finland to the alliance.
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Russian Army Turns Ukraine's Largest Nuclear Plant Into a Military Base The new infusion of weaponry effectively shields the Zaporizhzhia station from a counterattack by Ukrainian forces, and amounts to something the carefully regulated atomic-energy industry has never seen before: the slow-motion transformation of a nuclear power station into a military garrison.
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The American Institutions We Love A Gallup report suggests that people aren’t big on politics or politicized organizations.
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Give Ukraine the Weapons It Needs Biden should end his caution and help Kyiv go on offense against Russia this autumn.
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EU Lawmakers Approve Sweeping Digital Regulations European lawmakers approved two sweeping new pieces of digital regulation, paving the way for clashes between regulators and some of the world’s biggest tech companies over how the rules should be applied.
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Germany to Bail Out Energy Suppliers as It Prepares for Bleak Winter The country paved the way for injecting billions of taxpayer money into embattled energy suppliers, as Berlin races for a stop to Russian natural-gas imports—a scenario many economists think would trigger a severe recession.
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World War II Bombs Hamper Germany's Retreat From Russian Gas A long-submerged problem is complicating Germany’s attempts to wean itself off the vast pipelines pumping gas west from Russia: Over a million tons of weapons and explosives rusting at the bottom of the sea.
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How Democrats Lost Their Majorities The party narrowed its appeal to the left and surrendered its edge. Now it gripes that the Constitution is unfair.
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Spotify Rival Deezer's Shares Fall in Trading Debut The French company’s downbeat debut is a sign that there are limits to the investor appetite for music-streaming services, even as such offerings have grown to become a major source of revenue for the music industry.
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NATO Advances Sweden, Finland Toward Membership as Fighting Rages in Eastern Ukraine Ukrainian troops repelled a Russian attack on one of Ukraine’s last lines of defense to protect the remaining Kyiv-held strongholds in eastern Ukraine, while the North Atlantic Treaty Organization advanced plans to add Sweden and Finland to the alliance in the face of Russian aggression in Ukraine.
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New York's 'Massive Resistance' to the Supreme Court on Guns Albany passes a law that willfully defies the ruling that the right to bear arms extends beyond the home.
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Janet Yellen and China's Top Trade Negotiator Discuss Tariffs on Call The Treasury Department described the conversation, which also covered the impact of Russia’s war against Ukraine on the global economy, as “candid and substantive.”
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Amazon, Microsoft, Google Strengthen Grip on Cloud The three companies account for about two-thirds of cloud spending and are using their size to maintain their hold on the rapidly growing market.
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Inside the Mind of an Addict A behavior becomes entrenched through what social psychologist Albert Bandura called ‘self-reinforced.’
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Virginia Breaks the School-Choice Barrier Gov. Youngkin gets funds for new schools in a state that restricts charters.
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Italy Faces Worst Drought in Decades as Europe Feels the Heat The drought and unseasonably high temperatures over the past several months threatens to ruin many of the country’s crops, as rising average temperatures increase the frequency of extreme weather events across Europe.
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Why the Rush for Toddler Vaccines? Covid was clearly a health emergency for adults in 2020. By contrast, the urgency now feels political.
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Biden Has to Choose: Climate Change or Human Rights in China Electric-car batteries and solar panels rely on raw materials produced with forced and child labor.
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Argentina Names New Economy Minister as Inflation Crisis Mounts The appointment of Silvina Batakis strengthens the government coalition’s far-left faction led by the powerful former president and current vice president.
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'If Putin Was a Woman . . .' To grasp the Russian president’s worldview, just binge-watch ‘Catherine the Great.’
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China Starts Trial of Vanished Canadian-Chinese Billionaire More than five years after he mysteriously disappeared, Canadian-Chinese billionaire Xiao Jianhua is standing trial in mainland China, marking progress in a protracted case that has baffled the country’s business community.
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Congress Can't 'Codify Roe v. Wade' The Constitution gives it no authority to overrule state abortion restrictions.
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When All Nine Justices Agree The Court says prosecutors must prove criminal intent to gain a conviction.
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Bidenomics 101 The President doesn’t appear to know anything about how the private economy works.
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Fresh Scandal Threatens to Tarnish U.K.'s Boris Johnson and Tory Party Allegations that a Tory Party lawmaker made unwanted advances in a London club has put fresh pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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The Supreme Court's War on Life, the Universe and Everything From abortion to climate change, a wave of yellow journalism targets the men and women in black robes.
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Gunfire From Israeli Military Positions Likely Killed Al Jazeera Reporter, U.S. Finds Gunfire from Israeli military positions was likely responsible for the death in May of Shireen Abu Akleh, the U.S. State Department said, though American officials said they found no evidence the killing was deliberate.
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A Rude Awakening Is Ahead for Young Employees A recession will hand the bargaining power to their bosses.
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Macron Removes Minister Accused of Rape, Sexual Assault From French Government French President Emmanuel Macron pushed out a minister accused of sexual assault and rape as part of a wider government reshuffle aimed at breathing new life into his administration after losing control of the legislature last month.
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New York's 'Massive Resistance' to the Supreme Court on Guns Albany passes a law that willfully defies the ruling that the right to bear arms extends beyond the home.
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Bidenomics 101 The President doesn’t appear to know anything about how the private economy works.
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China Starts Trial of Vanished Canadian-Chinese Billionaire More than five years after he mysteriously disappeared, Canadian-Chinese billionaire Xiao Jianhua is standing trial in mainland China, marking progress in a protracted case that has baffled the country’s business community.
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Jeff Bezos Criticizes Biden's Call for Gas Stations to Cut Prices Amazon’s founder said the president’s push is “misdirection.” The White House rejected the criticism.
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Six People Killed in Italian Glacier Avalanche Rescue workers in the Italian Alps continued to search for survivors after a large shard of ice broke off the Marmolada glacier in the Dolomites.
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Chip Boom Loses Steam on Slowing PC Sales, Crypto Rout Intel and Nvidia are among the semiconductor makers warning of rockier times ahead after two years of surging demand across their product lineups, pointing to a chillier consumer climate.
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New York's 'Massive Resistance' to the Supreme Court Albany passes a law that willfully defies the ruling that the right to bear arms extends beyond the home.
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Jeff Bezos Criticizes Biden's Call for Gas Stations to Cut Prices Amazon’s founder said the president’s push is “misdirection.” The White House rejected the criticism.
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Ukraine War Lessons: You Can't Hide and Weapons Stockpiles Are Essential The U.S. and its allies are studying Europe’s biggest conflict in decades. ‘You can’t cyber your way across a river.’
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American Airlines Computer Glitch Disrupts Pilots' Schedules The carrier’s pilots union says it is in talks with the airline to compensate pilots to helm flights they were mistakenly permitted to cancel from their itineraries.
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Celsius Customers Are Losing Hope for Their Locked-Up Crypto Three weeks since the crypto lender said it was halting withdrawals, users want answers.
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Several People Killed in Shooting at Copenhagen Mall Several people were killed in a shooting at a Copenhagen shopping mall on Sunday evening, according to local police, who said that one person had been arrested.
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Several People Killed in Shooting at Copenhagen Mall Several people were killed in a shooting at a Copenhagen shopping mall on Sunday evening, according to local police, who said that one person had been arrested.
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Several People Killed in Shooting at Copenhagen Mall Several people were killed in a shooting at a Copenhagen shopping mall on Sunday evening, according to local police, who said that one person had been arrested.
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Russia Claims Control of Luhansk as Ukrainian Forces Retreat From Lysychansk The Ukrainian withdrawal effectively placed under Russian control the eastern region at the center of the war in recent months.
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How Food Became Putin's New Strategic Weapon Russia has used its increased leverage over food exports from Ukraine to divide the international community and expand influence over developing economies in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
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Strife Rises in Tunisia as Democracy Erodes, Economic Hardship Grows A new constitution that would consolidate the power of President Kais Saied is generating dissent among Tunisians who are grappling with rising food prices.
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More Than Two Dozen Sailors Missing After Ship Breaks in Half During Typhoon off Hong Kong Authorities in Hong Kong said they are conducting a search and rescue operation for more than two dozen seamen in the South China Sea after a ship broke in half during a typhoon.
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Bullet That Killed Al Jazeera Journalist Handed to U.S. American officials plan to do their own investigation to determine whether an Israeli soldier fired the round that killed Shireen Abu Akleh.
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Tesla Vehicle Deliveries Tumble After China Factory Shutdown A string of record quarterly deliveries came to an end in the second quarter, when Tesla handed over 254,695 vehicles to customers.
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Elon Musk Returns to Twitter, Posting Photo With Pope The billionaire chief executive of Tesla is normally a prolific user of Twitter, which he is seeking to buy in a $44 billion takeover, but had not tweeted since June 21, his longest absence for years.
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Jens Stoltenberg Prepares to Confront Putin in Extra Year at NATO's Helm The former Norwegian prime minister passed up an exit opportunity and will spend at least another year guiding the alliance through unprecedented challenges.
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Russian Strike Kills Four in Eastern Ukrainian City of Slovyansk Ukrainian officials said the latest deadly attack is part of a new Russian strategy to terrorize Ukraine into submission.
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A Supreme Court for the Constitution The historic term that ended this week was a triumph for originalism.
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Jens Stoltenberg Prepares to Confront Putin in Extra Year at NATO's Helm The former Norwegian prime minister passed up an exit opportunity and will spend at least another year guiding the alliance through unprecedented challenges.
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California's Concealed-Carry Leak A state website released personal data on gun-permit holders. Incompetence or political malice?
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Killing the Filibuster Is on the Ballot If the Senate’s 60-vote rule goes for abortion, it goes for everything.
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Mines, Port Damage Threaten Revival of Sea Route for Ukraine Grain U.N.-sponsored talks are aimed at striking an agreement between Moscow and Kyiv to give shipments of Ukrainian grain safe passage—but it could still take weeks, or even months, to get traffic moving again.
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A Warning From Australia's Power Crisis Green mandates cause shortages, as Canberra takes over the electricity market.
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Should We Follow the Science Instead of the Votes? A thought experiment in replacing elections with surveys.
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Cancel Culture Goes to Washington George Washington University must change its name says an article in, yes, the Washington Post.
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Hunter Biden and the Press: Who's the Real Degenerate? U.S. intelligence meddling in the 2020 election is likely to have a longer tail than we realize.
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The Conservative Supreme Court Has Arrived From abortion and religion to guns and administrative law, ‘I don’t think Justice Thomas has ever had a better term,’ leading appellate litigator Paul Clement says.
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Google to Delete Abortion-Clinic Visits From Location History The move that comes amid growing calls for tech companies to ramp up privacy controls in the wake of last week’s Supreme Court decision to eliminate the constitutional right to an abortion.
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Hispanic Republicans Have Democrats Seeing Red in Texas Mayra Flores won a congressional district that went for Hillary Clinton by more than 20 points.
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Google to Delete Abortion-Clinic Visits From Location History The move that comes amid growing calls for tech companies to ramp up privacy controls in the wake of last week’s Supreme Court decision to eliminate the constitutional right to an abortion.
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'Strangely, Beautifully Alive' American traditions and Independence Day.
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Russian Missiles Kill 21 in Residential Area in Odessa Region, Ukraine Says The overnight attack, the latest in a surge of Russian strikes, occurred hours after the conclusion of a NATO summit where President Biden promised to support Ukraine “for as long as it takes.”
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Russian Missiles Kill 21 in Residential Area in Odessa Region, Ukraine Says The overnight attack, the latest in a surge of Russian strikes, occurred hours after the conclusion of a NATO summit where President Biden promised to support Ukraine “for as long as it takes.”
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Michigan's Banana Republic Prosecution The state Supreme Court invalidates the dubious charges against former Gov. Rick Snyder.
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New U.S. Guided Rockets Strengthen Ukraine's Hand Ukrainian officers say the Himars batteries are already shifting the balance of power in the artillery duel being fought with Russian forces in the Donbas region.
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Russia's Snake Island Retreat Ukraine repels the invaders from a key Black Sea stronghold.
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Justice Stephen Breyer Retires Conservatives might miss the pragmatic liberal Supreme Court Justice.
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EU Sets First Rules to Regulate Cryptocurrencies European Union officials agreed on rules that would regulate the crypto market in the bloc, forcing platforms to seek authorization to operate and providing safeguards to users.
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Julian Assange Files Fresh Appeal Against Extradition to U.S. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed his extradition from the U.K., setting the stage for months of further legal wrangling over whether he should be sent to the U.S. to face espionage charges.
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Behind Biden's EPA Power Grab A pen and phone are no substitute for a statute duly passed by Congress.
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Europe's New Reality: Long-Term Confrontation With Russia With no sign of an early end to the war in Ukraine, Western leaders at three summits in the past week underlined their strong support for the country and laid out plans to deter what they see as Russian expansionist ambitions.
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EU Sets First Rules to Regulate Cryptocurrencies European Union officials agreed on rules that would regulate the crypto market in the bloc, forcing platforms to seek authorization to operate and providing safeguards to users.
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American Father Reunited With Child Lost During Kabul Evacuation The story of 8-year-old James mirrored that of thousands of Afghan families torn apart during the evacuation effort that took place after the Taliban seized power last August.
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The Hard Truths of American History Teaching all aspects of the U.S.’s story will help de-politicize education and foster democracy.
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The iPhone's Creators Reveal the Consequences They Never Expected Not even Apple’s own execs—with front-row seats for the development of the iPhone’s key features—quite knew how they would change the world.
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Where's Justice Frankfurter When You Need Him? Hot dogs have occasioned a surprising number of legal disputes.
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Russian Missiles Kill 18 in Residential Area in Odessa Region, Ukraine Says The overnight attack, the latest in a surge of Russian strikes, occurred hours after the conclusion of a NATO summit where President Biden promised to support Ukraine “for as long as it takes.”
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Xi Says Hong Kong's Loyalty to Beijing Will Ensure Prosperous Future Chinese leader Xi Jinping urged Hong Kong to show more patriotic fervor and rally around his vision of a strong and unified China as he prepares to extend his rule.
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The Hong Kong Handover at 25 China has turned one of Asia’s freest cities into a grim police state.
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SpaceX Wins OK to Connect Planes, Boats and Other Vehicles to Internet Service The FCC authorized the Elon Musk-led company to link vehicles through its Starlink unit.
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Most Countries Lack Crypto Information-Sharing Laws, Watchdog Says Only about 30% of jurisdictions surveyed said they had passed travel-rule legislation to help prevent illicit use of crypto
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The Courage of Jan. 6 Witness Cassidy Hutchinson She showed more guts than any of Trump’s men. Her testimony strengthens the case for prosecution.
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The Justices Send a Message to Congress The EPA case doesn’t preclude climate rules. It require lawmakers to enact them.
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Musk Takes Unusually Long Twitter Break The billionaire is trying complete a planned $44 billion deal to buy the social-media platform.
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Former Apple Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading Gene Levoff was charged in 2019 with sifting trading tips from undisclosed earnings releases he oversaw.
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America's Coming Charity Deficit Young people aren’t attached to religion, which could augur ill for their future giving.
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Harris Clarifies on Biden '24 But another presidential call to break legislative norms suggests he’s running.
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U.S. to Support Ukraine for 'as Long as It Takes,' Biden Says The U.S. president concluded days of summits in which nations pledged to aid Kyiv and counter Moscow, while Russian leader Vladimir Putin said “nothing has changed” in his goals in Ukraine.
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GM Slowly Ramps Up Hummer EV Output The auto maker has a waiting list of 77,000 prospective buyers, but is making about 12 a day—trailing the pace of similar offerings from Ford and Rivian.
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The G-7's Economic Fantasy Summit Western leaders showed new military resolve but the same illusions on inflation and energy.
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Biden Backs F-16 Sales to Turkey Amid Deal to Expand NATO The president’s comments on a jet-fighters agreement follow a decision by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to drop a threatened veto of Sweden and Finland’s membership in the alliance.
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Tencent, ByteDance Implement Fresh Layoffs Amid China's Economic Pains The latest round of job cuts at Chinese tech giants comes even as Beijing signals an easing of its regulatory campaign against the tech sector.
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Last updated: 03.07.22
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