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Ukraine says it's holding off Russia's intensified thrust in the east


India has become a U.S. partner in countering China — a limited partner, that is


'When is the next one?': After Buffalo massacre, Black L.A. residents consider their safety


Russia cuts off gas to Finland amid wider push into Ukraine's east


Federal judge extends the blocking of Biden administration's plans to lift Title 42


War critics in Russia, facing continuing crackdown, turn to craftier, coded protests


'The more they ban me, the more people want me': Tokischa's hardcore rap draws fans, and critics


Column One: In storied New England mill city, Cambodian Americans make political history


Russia declares final victory at steel plant in Mariupol and fights for more territory in eastern Ukraine


Podcast: ICE released dying detainees, avoiding responsibility


Op-Ed: When will our North Korea policy get real? Kim Jong Un won't denuclearize


Calmes: Buffalo, Laguna Woods and the Supreme Court's radical revision of U.S. history


'No one else cares': Families of the 100,000 missing in Mexico seek to be heard


Senate moves to preserve site of segregated 'Mexican' school


Why Russia's war in Ukraine complicates President Biden's first trip to Asia


Russia says hundreds of Ukrainian troops in custody; U.S. Senate approves $40 billion in new aid


Q&A: Talking God, science and religion with theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek


Amid anger and grief, some Black residents of Buffalo are talking about guns


Biden hosts leaders of Finland and Sweden, eager to fast-track NATO accession


Did the Buffalo mass shooting suspect's 90% white hometown fuel his hate?


Former L.A. public defender picked to lead federal Office for Access to Justice


He had two days to live before his execution in Iran. Then a pop star saved him


Urvashi Vaid, pioneering LGBTQ activist and author, dies at 63


Laguna Woods shooting highlights growing tensions between Taiwan and China


Vancouver's safe drug-use sites are wrenching to see. California should open them anyway


Podcast: How California popularized the 'Great Replacement'


U.S. to offer Sweden security guarantees as war in Ukraine enters a new phase


An old refrigerator becomes a vital gathering spot after mass shooting in Buffalo


Spot a UFO? The Pentagon wants to know


Will the fall of Mariupol change the course of Ukraine war?


Biden condemns Buffalo mass shooting as 'terrorism' and white supremacy as 'a poison'


Ukraine relinquishes Mariupol as Russia attacks both east and west


Podcast: Tijuana in the time of opera and cartels


Pennsylvania governor's race could have outsize impact on abortion access


'They belong here': Ukrainian nuns take in dozens displaced by war


Before the shooting, Buffalo's East Side long faced racism and discrimination


Ending weeks of standoff, Russia takes Mariupol but sees setbacks elsewhere


Black residents want Biden to call out racism and white supremacy in Buffalo visit


Deal reached with FDA to reopen Michigan infant formula plant


Column: I'm part of the 'great replacement.' It's not what believers say it is


Randy Weaver, antigovernment figure who held off FBI at Ruby Ridge, dies


U.S. reaches 1 million COVID deaths — and the virus isn't done with us


With old-school technology, can Novavax win over COVID vaccine skeptics?


Column: Fight or find common ground? Oregon race a referendum on the direction of Democrats


Podcast: The Future of Abortion Part 3 | Money


Hearing threat to Roe vs. Wade, I thought of my gay marriage — and Jim Obergefell's fight


How a former King helped build Putin's hockey dream, then expedited Finnish team's escape


Young Ukrainian designer puts his stamp on the country's war effort


Photos: Gunman's 'racially motivated violent extremism' leaves 10 dead in Buffalo shooting


A new generation of white supremacist killer: shedding blood with internet winks, memes and livestreams


    

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