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The former president spent hours in a deposition with the New York attorney general and refused more than 400 times to answer questions about his businesses, property valuations and loans, according to a person with knowledge of the discussion.
(Bloomberg News)
The Inflation Reduction Act, which could become law within days, includes tax credits heralded as a way to make electric vehicles more affordable. But many of the stipulations have sparked confusion among potential car buyers.
(Lloyd Campbell)
Maurica Manyan was killed at a training session for library police officers. A retired D.C. police officer is charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Should Russia succeed in annexing the territory it has seized, Ukraine would lose access to almost two-thirds of its coal deposits. The Kremlin would also gain stores of natural gas, oil and rare earth minerals that are essential for certain high-tech components.
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On the brink of the climate movement’s biggest legislative win, tensions have emerged as activists try to figure out what comes next.