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Don Wright, Editorial Cartoonist With a Skewer for a Pen, Dies at 90

He won two Pulitzers for Florida newspapers, commenting wryly on war, segregation, church scandals and more while reaching readers nationwide…

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Stabbing Attack in Sydney Kills at Least Six People

Shoppers hid in backrooms or ran screaming from the scene, while others stayed with injured victims. Police said they believed…

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Roberto Cavalli, a Life Out Loud

Roberto Cavalli, the Italian designer who made a name for himself as the couturier to the rock ‘n roll St.…

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For Many Western Allies, Sending Weapons to Israel Gets Dicey

As civilian casualties in Gaza spiral, some nations are suspending sales amid accusations of abetting genocide and war crimes.

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Most N.Y.C. Drivers Who Honk Are Breaking the Law. Can They Be Stopped?

The city’s noise code has limited the use of vehicle horns for almost a century. Enforcing the law is another…

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How a Raunchy Lounge Singer Spends His Sundays

Dani Lubnitzki, who is better known as Dani Luv, puts his own spin on Sinatra during the week, but on…

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Frank Olson, Executive Who Linked O.J. Simpson With Hertz, Dies at 91

He negotiated Mr. Simpson’s star turn in commercials, tapping into his football fame, and formed a social bond with him…

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Former U.S. Ambassador Pleads Guilty to Acting as Cuban Agent

Manuel Rocha, a career diplomat, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. “Today, I no longer see the world through…

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Argentine Court Says Iran Was Behind Israeli Embassy and Jewish Center Attacks

A high court in Argentina ruled on Thursday that Iran was the mastermind of the 1994 bombing of a Jewish…

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Rumi Missabu, Avant-Garde Drag Performer Who Glittered, Dies at 76

He was one of the stars of the Cockettes, a psychedelic collective formed at the turn of the 1970s in…

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