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Spain Women’s Soccer Stars Refuse to Play in Dispute Over Coach

Fifteen players on Spain’s national women’s soccer team have said they will not play under its current coach, sparking a…

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Putin Is Not Liberating My Family. He Is Subjugating Them.

Starting this weekend, people in four occupied regions of Ukraine will “vote” on whether to join Russia. For many people,…

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Shy Raccoons Are Better Learners Than Bold Ones, Study Finds

Residents of almost any city in North America know how frustratingly clever raccoons can be. They break into garages, pilfer…

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‘We Haven’t Learned Our Lesson’: Victims Recall Martial Law in the Philippines

They were community organizers and unionists. Teenagers and pro-democracy activists. Those who were detained under the dictatorship of Ferdinand ...

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Migrants Flown to Martha’s Vineyard Say They Were Misled

EDGARTOWN, Mass. — Migrants shipped to this elite vacation island by Florida’s Republican governor said on Friday that they had…

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Democrats Buoyed by Abortion and Trump, Times/Siena Poll Finds

Even as they struggle to persuade voters that they should be trusted on the economy, Democrats remain unexpectedly competitive in…

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Real Estate

School Is for Us

OAKLAND, Calif. — School is a community, a common place to gain relationships. School is for social interactions and learning…

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Sports

Mets-Dodgers: ‘You Play This Game to Face the Best’

In a season where they are on pace for 103 wins, the Mets have shaken off a lot of doubts…

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Real Estate

An Orchestra Supports Ukraine, and Reunites a Couple Parted by War

WARSAW — After years of struggling to make a living as musicians in Ukraine, Yevgen Dovbysh and Anna Vikhrova felt…

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Business

The Summer of NIMBY in Silicon Valley’s Poshest Town

SAN FRANCISCO — Tech industry titans have navigated a lot to get where they are today — the dot-com bust,…

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