Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk Becomes World’s Undisputed Heavyweight Champion
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Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk Becomes World’s Undisputed Heavyweight Champion

Many Ukrainians were up in the early hours of Sunday morning, for once not to seek shelter from incoming Russian missiles, but to celebrate the Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr…

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At Least Four Dead as Storms Batter Houston Area
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At Least Four Dead as Storms Batter Houston Area

Four people were killed and more than one million people were without power as intense thunderstorms swept through Texas on Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain, destructive winds and…

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Ukraine Needs Money to Fight. Can Seized Russian Assets Help?
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Ukraine Needs Money to Fight. Can Seized Russian Assets Help?

As much as $300 billion in Russian assets, frozen in the West since the invasion of Ukraine, is piling up profits and interest income by the day. Now,…

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On a Day of Graduations, Berkeley’s Protests Stand Out
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On a Day of Graduations, Berkeley’s Protests Stand Out

After weeks of tumult over protests, many college administrators prepared themselves for disruptions. But several ceremonies unfolded without major incident. Source link

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Massive Fossil Donation Helps Brazil’s National Museum Rise From the Ashes
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Massive Fossil Donation Helps Brazil’s National Museum Rise From the Ashes

On the night of Sept. 2, 2018, a fire swept through the National Museum of Brazil, devastating the country’s oldest scientific institution and one of South America’s biggest…

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2024 Met Gala Red Carpet Photos: Zendaya, Kim Kardashian, Doja Cat, Cardi B
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2024 Met Gala Red Carpet Photos: Zendaya, Kim Kardashian, Doja Cat, Cardi B

Cardi B made a late entrance in her billowing layered black gown, Dua Lipa showed up in a deconstructed lace emsemble, Rosalia kept it classic in a strapless…

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Opinion | The Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez You Don’t Know
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Opinion | The Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez You Don’t Know

Six days after winning election to Congress, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez did what so many young progressives do while visiting the nation’s capital: She went to a rally. It was…

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Richard Tandy, Keyboardist for Electric Light Orchestra, Dies at 76
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Richard Tandy, Keyboardist for Electric Light Orchestra, Dies at 76

Richard Tandy, the keyboardist for the British rock band Electric Light Orchestra, who helped shape the futuristic blend of Beatles-esque pop and orchestral arrangements that catapulted the group…

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Surprise Tactics and Legal Threats: Inside R.F.K. Jr.’s Ballot Access Fight
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Surprise Tactics and Legal Threats: Inside R.F.K. Jr.’s Ballot Access Fight

As Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s independent presidential campaign mounts a bruising state-by-state battle for ballot access, he has often credited enthusiastic volunteers and grass-roots backers with driving the…

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Tornadoes Strike Nebraska and Iowa, Injuring at Least 5
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Tornadoes Strike Nebraska and Iowa, Injuring at Least 5

Tornadoes tore through parts of Nebraska and Iowa on Friday, leveling dozens of homes, causing the collapse of an industrial building and injuring at least five people, extending…

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