Democracy Dies in Darkness
(AP)
The tectonic decision to radically remake his party’s presidential nominating calendar for 2024 came as a shock to party officials and state leaders who had been lobbying hard in recent weeks to gain a place in the early calendar.
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Judge Aileen M. Cannon named an expert to say whether any documents recovered from Donald Trump's Florida Mar-a-Lago property should be shielded from criminal investigators.
State Dinner
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The French and U.S. presidents clinked crystal to cap a two-day whirl of bonhomie, spiced with slight disagreement.
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The fight set off by a land grab befitting an 18th-century emperor has transformed into a digital-age competition for technological superiority in the skies.
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A worker in protective gear stands guard in a locked-down Beijing neighborhood on Tuesday.  (AP)
The nation’s “zero covid” restrictions and its decision to stick with its own domestically produced vaccines have created a crisis for a country with large numbers of older, vulnerable people who have never had a booster shot.
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The viruses that have been found and studied so far were infectious only to amoebas. However, researchers said there was a risk that other viruses trapped in the permafrost for millennia could spread to humans and other animals.
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