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'I've given up on all my dreams': Dread in Germany deepens over war in Ukraine

Column: Here's why the House is likely to flip while the Senate remains up in the air

'Blacklisted' Afghan interpreters were disqualified from U.S. visas. Now they're in hiding

Column: Putin's threat of a nuclear strike on Ukraine may not be a bluff. What do we do now?

Op-Ed: The quandary of U.S.-trained Chinese scientists: Stay or leave?

'The police come here to hunt': Brazilian cops kill at 9 times the rate of U.S. law enforcement

U.S. sanctions Russia after Putin annexes parts of Ukraine

Here's the story behind the rise, fall, and rise again of Brazil's presidential hopeful Lula

Calmes: Tell-all Trumpists — you should have come clean long ago

Biden administration scales back eligibility for student loan forgiveness. Here's who's affected

Scammers have seized on student loan forgiveness. Here's how to avoid them

Why is the Senate race between J.D. Vance and Tim Ryan in red state Ohio so close?

I recovered from COVID but my nose didn't. Here's how I cope

Here are the major cases before the Supreme Court this fall

Joined by first Black woman on Supreme Court, justices to tackle affirmative action, voting rights

In case out of Grants Pass, Ore., court reaffirms right of homeless to sleep outside

Judge denies Bill Cosby a new trial in sexual-assault civil lawsuit

Photos: Hurricane Ian slams into Florida with 150-mph winds

'A new standard': The woman behind the Johns Hopkins COVID dashboard wins major prize

Column: Trump isn't on the ballot. But you can thank him for high voter turnout, again

For Iranian protesters, a digital double-edged sword

Three years ago he was in prison. Now he's poised to be Brazil's next president

Russia boycotts the Oscars amid war in Ukraine, will not submit film

Election workers train for battle against conspiracy theories and misinformation before midterms

In one swing California suburb, Jan. 6 is minor subplot as voters focus on pocketbooks

Afghanistan's money is crumbling to pieces, just like its economy

The Times podcast: Masters of Disasters: Broken records!

A Guatemalan law meant to protect women from violence is being used against journalists

Biden sent the wrong message on COVID. He can still fix it

Colombia's trailblazing vice president: Black, female and champion of the 'nobodies'

Are Trump presidential records still missing? The answer could take years — or may never come

Mass protests roil Iran over a young woman's death, but can they succeed?

Poll: Senate's election reform bill more popular than House version

The Times podcast: Crimes for rhymes?

Column: Is abortion issue a lifeline that saves the Senate for Democrats? This race offers a test case

Calmes: Congress is trying to stop its own members from another coup attempt

From Tehran to Los Angeles, the death of an Iranian woman sparks a feminist outcry

U.S. targets 'bad actors,' levying sanctions against Iran and rallying leaders against Russia

O.C. man charged after allegedly punching attendant on flight from Mexico to LAX

Photos: Protests erupt in support of Iranian woman who died in police custody

Litman: Whew — the 11th Circuit slapped back at Trump's specious claim to the Mar-a-Lago documents

Special master sets tight schedule to review Trump records taken in Mar-a-Lago search

Burial fit for a queen, yes, but what of monarchy's true cost?

She could become Italy's first female leader — and its first far-right one since Mussolini

Venezuelan migrants flown to California from Texas not part of GOP operation, activists say

Iran's president dismisses criticism as street protests over women's rights turn deadly

Bay Area company 'horrified' buses it sold are being used to transport migrants across U.S.

'A brutal, needless war ... chosen by one man': Biden, at United Nations, slams Putin's invasion of Ukraine

Column: 'Okie' was a California slur for white people. Why it still packs such an ugly punch


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