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Federal Judge Rules Against Fair Fight Action in Georgia Voting Lawsuit

ATLANTA — A federal judge on Friday evening ruled that Georgia’s election law does not violate voters’ constitutional rights, dealing…

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Biden’s Student Debt Plan Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion

WASHINGTON — President Biden’s program to erase large amounts of student loan debt attracted some criticism immediately after it was…

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‘I’m Going to Play My Game’: The Mets Call Up Francisco Álvarez

ATLANTA — Ahead of their biggest games of the season, the Mets have called in a new reinforcement. When the…

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Star Maestro With Russian Ties to Depart German Orchestra

The conductor Teodor Currentzis, who has been criticized since the start of the war in Ukraine because of his ties…

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The Supreme Court Is Broken. Where’s Biden?

In a recent speech at Independence Hall, President Biden called on Americans to stand against an assault on democracy —…

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Welcome to Peter Strickland’s Worlds

LONDON — “It started off as a joke,” Peter Strickland said. The British filmmaker, 49, thought it would be funny…

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Poem: Moon for Aisha

This epistolary poem is directed to a friend of the speaker’s, the poet Kamilah Aisha Moon, who died in 2021.…

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Ginni Thomas Denies Discussing Election Subversion Efforts With Her Husband

WASHINGTON — Virginia Thomas, the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas and a conservative activist who pushed to overturn the 2020…

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15 New Books Coming in October

Breathless: The Scientific Race to Defeat a Deadly Virus, by David Quammen Quammen’s deeply reported book gives the story of…

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Morris Hirshfield Rises Again

It is a testament to the achievement of the self-taught tailor-turned-shoe-designer-turned artist Morris Hirshfield that — nearly 80 years after…

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