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Politics

Supreme Court Rejects Bail Hearings for Jailed Immigrants

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a federal law does not require that immigrants detained for long…

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World

Class Sizes Set to Shrink in New York City Schools, but at What Cost?

New York City Mayor Eric Adams won a partial victory in the State Legislature this week, when lawmakers extended mayoral…

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Magazine

How Can I Teach When I’m Not Allowed to Shut Down Trolls?

I’m a professor at a branch campus of a large state-university system in a state that has passed — and…

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World

Covid-Stunted Educations Dim Prospects for India’s Economy and Its Youth

NEW DELHI — Some children have forgotten the alphabet or what their classrooms look like. Others have dropped out of…

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World

‘You’re Not Helpless’: For London Women, Learning to Fight Builds Confidence

LONDON — The thwack of fists hitting hand pads echoed through the studio as pairs of women circled each other,…

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World

In Gaza, a Contentious Palestinian Professor Calmly Teaches Israeli Poetry

GAZA CITY — Forty-five minutes into his first seminar of the morning, a Palestinian professor at Islamic University in Gaza…

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World

Taliban Allow Girls to Return to Some High Schools, but With Big Caveats

MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan — When Narges and her younger sisters were finally allowed to return to school last month, they braced…

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Sports

The School That Aspires to Be a Basketball Factory (Not That Kind)

From the moment Naimah Pearson heard there would be a new charter school in the Bronx focused on basketball, she…

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World

Japan’s Likely Next Prime Minister Tries to Set Himself Apart

The man all but assured of becoming Japan’s next prime minister, Fumio Kishida, is an establishment pick who has sought…

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World

New Taliban Chancellor Bars Women From Kabul University

Tightening the Taliban’s restrictions on women, the group’s new chancellor for Kabul University announced on Monday that women would be…

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