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Stabbing Attack in Sydney Kills at Least Six People

Shoppers hid in backrooms or ran screaming from the scene, while others stayed with injured victims. Police said they believed…

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Lawmaker Presses Luxury Designer After Reports of Exploiting Indigenous Workers

A freshman congressman is demanding answers from the fashion house Loro Piana, which sources wool from his native Peru and…

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Protesters in Niger Call for U.S. Military Exit as Russian Force Arrives

Trainers and equipment from Russia landed in the West African nation this week, putting the continued presence of 1,000 U.S.…

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Abortion Is Dividing the ‘Religious’ From the ‘Right’

Hosted by Michelle Cottle, Ross Douthat, Carlos Lozada and Lydia Polgreen Listen to and follow ‘Matter of Opinion’Apple Podcasts |…

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For Many Western Allies, Sending Weapons to Israel Gets Dicey

As civilian casualties in Gaza spiral, some nations are suspending sales amid accusations of abetting genocide and war crimes.

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Mall Attack Was Australia’s Worst Mass Violence in Years

The stabbing attack in a Sydney shopping center that left at least six people dead on Saturday was Australia’s worst…

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Iran Seizes Commercial Ship Linked to Israel

Iranian forces seized a container ship with links to Israel in the Persian Gulf on Saturday, as leaders in the…

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A Closer Look at a Slight Shift in the Polls

An average of recent surveys, including the Times/Siena poll, finds President Biden inching closer to Donald Trump.

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Military Aid Cannot Be Unconditional

The suffering of civilians in Gaza — tens of thousands dead, many of them children; hundreds of thousands homeless, many…

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Who Cares if Supreme Court Justices Get Along?

The Supreme Court is hurting. I can say that with confidence — not based on any inside information but on…

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