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Breaking News: The Senate overwhelmingly approved $40 billion in aid to Ukraine, bringing the total U.S. war investment to $54 billion in about two months.

Germany’s former chancellor, Gerhard Schröder, will lose his government-funded office because of his unwillingness to quit his lobbying posts with Russian energy companies and distance himself from Vladimir Putin, a parliamentary committee said Thursday.

Current and former Wells Fargo employees said that they were instructed by their bosses or human resources managers to interview “diverse” candidates — even though the decision had already been made to give the job to another candidate.

The value-store chain Family Dollar is closing an Arkansas warehouse where the discovery of a rodent infestation earlier this year forced the company to recall potentially contaminated items and temporarily close more than 400 stores.

An appeals court reinstated a New York City law forbidding police officers from compressing a suspect’s diaphragm, the latest turn in a protracted legal struggle over a measure that passed two years ago.

If you can’t find your baby’s formula, don’t make your own. Homemade formula is often nutritionally inadequate and can become contaminated with the bacteria that federal regulations try to protect against. Read more advice on the baby formula shortage:

The University of Central Florida must reinstate a longtime tenured professor who was fired after making comments on Twitter that were roundly condemned as racist following the murder of George Floyd, an arbitrator ruled.

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Leni Robredo, the only woman on the ballot in the Philippines election, is an outspoken critic of President Rodrigo Duterte and a frequent target of his insults. Thousands of young people, some too young to vote, have been cheering her on. #Halalan2022 

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Breaking News: Satellite images refute Russia’s claim that the killing of civilians in Bucha, a suburb of Ukraine's capital, occurred after its soldiers had left town, a New York Times analysis found.

More than 100,000 people attended a peace rally and demonstration in Berlin on Sunday in support of Ukraine. Organizers, which included peace and environmental groups, unions and churches, had expected 20,000 to gather.

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A landlord with 18 apartment buildings in New York City waived April rent for his 200 to 300 tenants because of the coronavirus pandemic. “I told them just to look out for your neighbor and make sure that everyone has food on their table," he said.

Volunteer fighters armed with assault rifles patrolled central Kyiv on Friday, ready to defend their country. Follow live updates.

Tom Hanks had a cold, or so he thought. In the U.S., those symptoms may not be enough to get tested for the coronavirus. But in Australia, testing is free and widely available, thanks to early and coordinated planning for a pandemic.

The front page of The New York Times for Nov. 8, 2020.

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Tucker Carlson, the host of the most-watched show on prime-time cable news, uses a simple narrative to instill fear in his viewers. To understand how he promotes extremist ideas and conspiracy theories, we analyzed 1,150 episodes. Here’s what we found.

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