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After 15 Months in U.S. Prisons, She Now Sits in Russia’s Parliament

MOSCOW — When Russia’s lower house of Parliament, or Duma, assembled last month for the first time following elections in…

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Business

Johnson & Johnson, Iconic Company Under Pressure, Plans to Split in Two

For generations, Johnson & Johnson has been synonymous with American health care — and, at times, with American health care…

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Politics

Biden Got His Bipartisan Win. Now, Reality Sets In.

WASHINGTON — For more than an hour on Monday, President Biden enjoyed the kind of political moment he had eagerly…

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World

As Biden and Francis meet, the U.S. Catholic Church remains divided.

VATICAN CITY — Joseph R. Biden Jr. is the third American president Francis has met since becoming pope in 2013.…

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Business

As Western Oil Giants Cut Production, State-Owned Companies Step Up

HOUSTON — After years of pumping more oil and gas, Western energy giants like BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Exxon Mobil…

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World

Caribbean nations struggle with vaccination efforts.

In Guatemala, shortages of syringes have slowed vaccination efforts. In Haiti, logistical and security challenges after the devastating Aug. 14…

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World

With rich countries paying more for vaccines, the supply for Latin America is falling short, the W.H.O. says.

The U.N.-backed vaccine program will fail to meet its target for delivering doses to Latin America and the Caribbean this…

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Magazine

The Myth of Asian American Identity

During the first days of the Trump administration, when my attention was split between the endless scroll of news on…

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Sports

U.S., Mexico Soccer Leagues Announce an Annual Tournament

In a major reordering of soccer competition in North America, the top men’s leagues in the United States and Mexico…

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