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House Panel Opens Public Hearing on Unexplained Aerial Sightings

WASHINGTON — Pentagon officials testifying at a House subcommittee hearing on Tuesday showed a previously classified video of an unidentified…

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Trump-Era Prosecutor’s Case Against Democratic-Linked Lawyer Goes to Trial

WASHINGTON — When the Trump administration assigned a prosecutor in 2019 to scour the Russia investigation for any wrongdoing, President…

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World

Los Angeles Mayor’s Path to U.S. Ambassadorship Is Constricting

LOS ANGELES — For nearly a year, the mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, has been “between two worlds,” as…

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World

What’s Next After California’s Scathing Police Audit?

A Los Angeles County Sheriff department vehicle near a crime scene in Agua Dulce last year.Credit...Patrick T. Fallon/Agence France-Presse ...

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Politics

D.H.S. Watchdog Said Damaging Findings Removed From Reports Were Already Known

WASHINGTON — Under questioning by staff members from two House committees, senior officials working for the Department of Homeland Security’s…

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Business

The refinancing boom is ebbing as mortgage rates rise.

The mortgage refinancing boom is winding down and household debt levels are creeping up as consumers edge past the worst…

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Politics

House Panel to Hold Public Hearing on Unexplained Aerial Sightings

A House subcommittee is scheduled to hold next week the first open congressional hearing on unidentified aerial vehicles in more…

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Health

What Scientists Know About the Unusual Hepatitis Cases in Children

At least 16 countries and 10 U.S. states have either identified or are investigating reports of unusual hepatitis cases in…

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World

Weighing Risk When the Reporting Is Dangerous

In early March, Anton Troianovski, The Times’s Moscow bureau chief, working closely with newsroom leadership, decided he should leave Russia…

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World

Kenneth Roth, ‘Godfather’ of Human Rights Work, to Step Down

Kenneth Roth said he first learned about human rights abuses from his father, whose Jewish family ran a butchery near…

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