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Online, he portrayed himself as a killer. Offline, he earned a reputation for violence. Now police have accused him of committing a gruesome murder.
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For years, Finland’s subculture of teenage hobbyhorse enthusiasts flourished under the radar. Now the craze is a national export and a celebration of girlhood.
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What we know so far about the Sri Lanka bombings: — 13 people are in custody, police say — At least 207 people were killed and at least 450 wounded — The attacks followed a police warning
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He was desperate to stay in the U.S. Then President Trump made him and thousands of asylum seekers suddenly eligible for deportation.
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Matzo crackers replace the usual pasta for a rich, ricotta-filled lasagna that’s Passover-friendly
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Michael Cohen — President Trump’s longtime fixer — had, for months, sought “a little loving and respect.” Confidential emails and texts chronicle their momentous falling out.
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The bombings of 3 churches in Sri Lanka on Easter highlighted the vulnerability of Christians in Asia, where religious minorities of many faiths have been battered by a surge of sectarian politics
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Chic dental care has arrived. Is it worth the price?
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“’The Body Papers’ doesn’t track a one-way march to triumph from adversity; Talusan’s essays loop in on themselves, as she retrieves old memories and finds unexpected points of connection,” writes
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President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, insisted on Sunday that it was acceptable for a political campaign to use hacked information about its opponent obtained from a foreign adversary — though he personally would have advised against it
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Private insurers pay hospitals significantly more than Medicare for the same medical treatment. The gap may prove to be the biggest obstacle for advocates of “Medicare for all."
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Ellen Barry 10h
Grim photos of today's terrible bombings in Sri Lanka, which splintered pews, blew off the roofs of churches, and ended the lives of more than 207 people.
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In Opinion Christopher Caldwell writes, "Over centuries France constructed its monuments. Now monuments construct France."
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Weekend briefing: Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories
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President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on imported washing machines has had an odd effect: It raised prices on washing machines, as expected, but also drove up the cost of clothes dryers
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At least 8 bombing attacks struck at least 3 churches in Sri Lanka, along with 3 five-star hotels favored by foreigners, killing more than 200 people. Read more:
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Students started coming home with headaches and hand cramps. Some said they felt more anxious. One child began having a recurrence of seizures.
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Every Easter Season, New York City sees an increase in the number of domesticated ducks dumped in New York City parks. And that's when the duck rescuers come in.
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On Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka, coordinated bombings targeted churches, hotels and other sites, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds of others. Here’s what we know and don’t know about the attacks.
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The NBA has suspended Sean Marks, the general manager of the Nets, for one game for going into the referees’ locker room after Saturday’s contentious matchup with the Philadelphia 76ers
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