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U.S. fighter aircraft, acting on an order from President Biden, shot down the balloon off the South Carolina coast. China called the vessel’s downing “an excessive reaction” and said it “retains the right to respond further.”
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New York City on Saturday. (Reuters)
The historic Arctic weather is kind of like a cold snap on steroids, coming and going with startling speed. Temperatures in parts of New England could reach 50 degrees Sunday.
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People in Raleigh, N.C., protest the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe. (Getty Images)
In Florida and Nebraska — where laws still allow the vast majority of abortions to continue — conservatives are pushing for six-week bans, which, together with the same kind of ban proposed in North Carolina, could dramatically reshape the national abortion landscape once again.
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Perel's story was dramatized in the 1990 film “Europa Europa.” (Getty Images)
Only in retirement did he begin to publicly tell his story — one that even in the bottomless depths of Holocaust sagas stands out as remarkable. “To this day I have a tangle of two souls in one body,” he said in 1992.
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You can go easy on your wallet and the environment by only buying new devices when you really need them.
Tony Tetro with one of his paintings. (Coleman Beltrami)
Over three decades, he forged works by Rembrandt, Chagall, Picasso and others. Once called "the single largest forger of artwork in the United States," Tetro talks about his memoir, "Con/Artist," and how he learned to be a master imitator.
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