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Christie’s Website Is Brought Down by Hackers Days Before $840 Million Auctions

The auctioneer’s website was taken offline on Thursday evening and remained down on Friday, days before its spring auctions were…

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A Pause for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

The Education Department has temporarily stopped processing applications and other forms as it updates its systems and deals with problems…

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An English Town Drops Apostrophes From Street Signs. Some Aren’t Happy.

The move has prompted some resistance, with someone writing an apostrophe on a sign for St. Mary’s Walk. “What’s next?”…

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How Should an Amy Winehouse Movie Be?

Several depictions of the singer’s life have explored her tense relationship with fame. The new biopic “Back to Black” instead…

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Britain Shakes Off Recession as Economy Grows Faster Than Expected

The News The British economy emerged from a recession at the start of this year, growing faster than economists expected,…

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Friday Briefing

A widening rift between Israel and the U.S.

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American Aid Ship Heads to Gaza, but the System for Unloading It Still Isn’t in Place

An American vessel carrying aid intended for the Gaza has departed from Cyprus, the Pentagon said on Thursday, but the…

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U.N. agency that helps Palestinians says it has closed its headquarters in East Jerusalem after attacks and fire.

The main United Nations agency that aids Palestinians, known as UNRWA, said on Thursday that it had temporarily closed its…

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Japanese American Civil Rights Group Pushes for Gaza Cease-Fire

The Japanese American Citizens League, one of the oldest and largest Asian American civil rights organizations, called on Thursday for…

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Are R.F.K. Jr. Signature Gatherers Misleading New Yorkers for Ballot Access?

More than half a dozen New York City residents described encounters with people seeking their signature who did not make…

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