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Moguls are lavishing ever-larger fortunes on ranches out West, prompted in part by the pandemic.
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The former president’s current legal team includes a Florida insurance lawyer who’s never had a federal case, a past general counsel for a parking garage company and a former host at far-right One America News.
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The ambitious law aims to tamp down on inflation, lower prescription drug prices, address climate change, reduce the deficit and impose a minimum tax on the largest corporations.
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This account, in previously unreported detail, shines new light on the road to war and the military campaign in Ukraine, drawn from in-depth interviews with dozens of senior U.S., Ukrainian, European and NATO officials.
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The question of how to protect California’s remaining giant sequoias, and how to manage U.S. forests in an era of climate-magnified megafires, has divided scientists and the public.
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The organization said Jane Lubchenco violated its code of conduct before joining the Biden administration.
The 28-count indictment of former congressman TJ Cox (D-Calif.) includes 15 counts of wire fraud and one count of campaign contribution fraud.
Journalists must agree to give access to their footage to the event organizer, Turning Point USA, and explain how they intend to use it.
The first lady will begin a course of Paxlovid and isolate for at least five days, the White House said.
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In a hard-fought Nevada Senate race, Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto has ginned up misleading claims about opioid lawsuits in her attack ads.
Satellite images show the first grain ship from Ukraine in Syria. Ukrainian forces strike Russia in Crimea for the second time in a week.
Former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva sees an opening with religious voters dissatisfied with Jair Bolsonaro, who promised to put God at the center of politics.
Cardinal Marc Ouellet is a key figure inside the Vatican bureaucracy, leading the department that vets and manages bishops. He has been mentioned as a candidate for pope.
Even as the summer reminded many Europeans of the shared dangers posed by climate change, a cold winter and skyrocketing heating bills may provoke new divisions.