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McKinsey Charged in South African Corruption Case

The South African branch of McKinsey & Company, the global consulting firm, was charged in a corruption scandal involving work…

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U.S. Penalizes Chinese Companies for Aiding Iran’s Oil Exports

WASHINGTON — Shifting to a tougher stance on Tehran amid signs that efforts to restore the 2015 Iran nuclear deal…

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‘Good Businessman and Terrible Criminal’ Seeks Pot License

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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In Tight Arizona Governor’s Race, a Democrat Looks to Abortion to Win

PHOENIX — Here was a debate that Katie Hobbs wanted to have. For weeks, critics heckled Ms. Hobbs as a…

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Ron DeSantis’s Race Problem

In July, Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida appointed Jeffery Moore, a former tax law specialist with the Florida Department of…

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In New York, NIMBYism Finally Outstays Its Welcome

Why is it so hard to build housing in New York? In search of an answer to this question, I…

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Newsom Signs California Bill to Ease Farm Union Voting

After vetoing similar legislation last year, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed a bill that will make it easier for…

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Trump Might Escape Writer’s Defamation Suit Because He Was President

A District of Columbia court will have to determine whether Donald J. Trump was acting in his official capacity as…

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Jim Florio, New Jersey Governor Undone by Tax Hike, Dies at 85

Jim Florio, who was elected governor of New Jersey in 1989 by persuading voters that he would not raise state…

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‘Let’s Do It Legit’: Drug Arrestees Vie for First New York Pot Licenses

Anytime the police approached the street in the Bronx where Hector Bonilla used to hang out, his friends would toss…

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