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Déjà Vu in Texas as Astros Pitchers Toss Two Immaculate Innings

In the seventh inning of a game between the Philadelphia Athletics and the Chicago White Sox on Sept. 27, 1928,…

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World

Even as Russia Bears Down in the East, Some Ukrainians Stay Behind

BAKHMUT, Ukraine — The volunteers listened patiently to the pensioner and stuffed a frozen chicken into her shopping bag. Olena…

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Le Pen’s message finds a strong audience in the north.

HARDECOURT-AUX-BOIS, France — Marine Le Pen spent the last two days of her campaign in the deindustrialized, economically struggling areas…

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Nadia Calviño, a Top Spanish Official, Wants More Women at the Decision-Making Table

This interview is part of our latest Women and Leadership special report, which highlights women making significant contributions to the…

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Sports

There Is Plenty to Learn From an Election, Even if No One Wins

The vast collection of artifacts at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., includes dozens of items from the…

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World

Why Boris Johnson May Finally Have Gone Too Far

Boris Johnson, long famed for brushing off accusations of distorting, misleading or outright lying that, far from slowing his rise,…

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World

Thich Nhat Hanh on Life, War and Happiness

Thich Nhat Hanh, the influential Zen master, died at 95 on Saturday in the Vietnamese city of Hue, at the…

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Health

Most of the World’s Vaccines Likely Won’t Prevent Infection From Omicron

A growing body of preliminary research suggests the Covid vaccines used in most of the world offer almost no defense…

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Sports

Patriots New Math: Three Passes, Two Completions, One Win

Our NFL playoffs calculator has an up-to-date look at the latest playoff picture. Mac Jones, the Patriots’ rookie quarterback, threw…

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Politics

Lawmakers Strike Spending Deal but Government Shutdown Still Looms

WASHINGTON — Top lawmakers announced a deal on Thursday to keep the government funded through mid-February, but a group of…

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