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Former Texas Police Officer Acquitted in 2020 Shooting Death of Black Man

A white police officer who shot and killed a 31-year-old Black man in Texas two years ago and whose response…

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Iran Protests Surge to Dozens of Cities

Protests in Iran against the government spread to more than five dozen cities on Friday even as the authorities escalated…

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In Vienna, Taking to the Hills for Wine

Though Vienna’s vineyards are within city limits, they can feel a world away. Among the rows of grapes on the…

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The Theater at War

LONDON — On a recent trip to this city I went to war. Not literally; I’m no soldier. But in…

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The New York City Ban on Foie Gras Is Delayed

The ban of foie gras in New York City will not go into effect on Nov. 25, as a lawsuit…

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United Nations Gridlock Is Back in the Latest Sign of a Receding Pandemic

Drivers are staying away from Midtown Manhattan if they can. Workers returning to the office are taking the subway or…

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New York City Ends Private Employer Vaccine Mandate and Pushes Boosters

New York City will no longer mandate that private employers require all of their workers to be vaccinated for Covid-19,…

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Cultural Cringe and ‘The Lost City of Melbourne’

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. Visitors to…

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Russia invaded Ukraine more than 200 days ago. Here is one key development from every month of the war.

Russian forces began their invasion of Ukraine more than six months ago. Since then, tens of thousands of people have…

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New York City Issues Travel Advisory, Warning of Heavy Rainfall

New Yorkers can expect to see bursts of heavy rainfall throughout Tuesday, with isolated showers and thunderstorms that could lead…

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