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Biden’s Student Debt Plan Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion

WASHINGTON — President Biden’s program to erase large amounts of student loan debt attracted some criticism immediately after it was…

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C.D.C. Says Early Data Offers Positive Signs About Monkeypox Vaccine

WASHINGTON — Americans who received a single dose of the monkeypox vaccine were significantly less likely to be infected by…

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In Retirement, You May Not Need to Spend So Much

You're reading the Peter Coy newsletter, for Times subscribers only.  A veteran business and economics columnist unpacks the biggest headlines ...

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Biden Maintains Current Cap on Refugee Entries

WASHINGTON — President Biden said on Tuesday that a maximum of 125,000 people could be admitted into the United States…

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Why the Shelter System Is Struggling to Cope

You're reading the New York Today newsletter.  Local reporting on the stories that define the city. Plus weather, upcoming events, Metropolitan…

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Therapy for People Who Can’t Go to Therapy

The way Americans receive mental health care has never changed as quickly as it has since the spring of 2020.…

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Russians Are Terrified, and Have Nowhere to Turn

“Hello, I have a pregnant wife and a mortgage. My wife is panicking, and I have no money to go…

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Russia Begins Mobilizing Ukrainians to Fight Against Their Own Country

KYIV, Ukraine — In the occupied city of Kherson, some Ukrainian men believe that if they break their own arms,…

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Your Monday Briefing: Protests Grow in Iran

Protesters in the streets of Tehran last week.Credit...Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesProtests swell in Iran Iran’s largest antigovernment ...

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Beto O’Rourke Condemns Dehumanizing Stunts

Gov. Beto O’Rourke of Texas. A few months ago, the wind appeared to be at O’Rourke’s back, as he fought…

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