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Around Kharkiv, Ukrainians Emerge to Find Lives in Ruin

KHARKIV — Air raid sirens wail daily and the steady rumble of artillery can still be heard in the distance,…

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Max Scherzer Leaves Early With Discomfort in Mets Win

Max Scherzer had a four-run lead in the sixth inning and everything was rolling right along for the Mets —…

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Judge Homers Twice in Yankees Win, Narrowly Missing a Third

BALTIMORE — The new wall in left field at Camden Yards served its purpose, denying Aaron Judge a home run…

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A Path of Destruction and Its Political Aftermath

COBARGO, Australia — On a recent sunny day in the hills behind Cobargo, a village in southeastern Australia, local volunteers…

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Politics

A Battle Over How to Battle Over Roe: Protests at Justices’ Homes Fuel Rancor

WASHINGTON — For the protesters chanting loudly outside Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh’s home, incivility was the point. They said they…

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In the Shadow of a Cornish Castle, a Vegetarian Feast for Beltane

In the summer of 2018, while on holiday in Cornwall, in the southwest of England, Frieda Gormley and Javvy M.…

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Aaron Judge Takes Home Run Lead With Walk-Off Against Toronto

Aaron Judge hit a mammoth three-run drive in the ninth inning for his first walk-off home run in the major…

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The Extraordinary Wealth Created by the Pandemic Housing Market

Over the past two years, Americans who own their homes have gained more than $6 trillion in housing wealth. To…

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‘I Lost Everything’: Pakistani Airstrikes Escalate Conflict on Afghan Border

MANDATAH VILLAGE, Afghanistan — It was nearly 3 a.m. in the mountainous borderlands of eastern Afghanistan when a deafening thud…

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Christian Village in Israel Digs Into Its Crusader Past

MI’ILYA, Israel — In the middle of Eilia Arraf’s home — between two living rooms, a cactus garden and a…

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