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A Nazi sympathizer who threatened to butcher a Hispanic woman and boasted that President Trump would wipe out nonwhites in a “racial war and crusade” was arrested on charges of making threats, the F.B.I. said
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Syrian government troops appeared close to seizing a strategic town in the country’s last rebel-held region. It's another milestone in a military campaign that has trapped about 3 million civilians in the area.
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The abacus is still taught in Japanese schools. Young competitors can perform dazzling mathematical feats by sliding tiny beads.
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The Chinese government acknowledged that it was holding an employee of Britain’s consulate in Hong Kong who had disappeared in early August. His disappearance added to fears that China is detaining people in an effort to intimidate supporters of protests.
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Neil Young says low-quality streaming is hurting our songs and our brains. When you hear real music, you get lost in it, he added, “because it sounds like God.” Spotify doesn’t sound like God.
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Shows about climate change have dominated international arts festivals. But the events themselves are part of the problem.
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The rise of drug-resistant urinary tract infections has vexed the significant subset of people who suffer from them on a regular, recurrent basis
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“Is this some sort of joke?” a former Danish prime minister asked. It was not. President Trump canceled his meeting with the prime minister of Denmark because she was not interested in selling Greenland.
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After 14 months of bickering, Italy’s government collapsed, plunging a key European nation already hobbled by financial fragility and political chaos into a renewed period of crisis
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The philosophy of 2 artists posits that buildings could be designed to increase mental and physical stimulation, which would, in turn, prolong life indefinitely
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Cardinal George Pell’s child sexual abuse conviction was upheld by an Australian court
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The days of spam that offered “get rich quick” and “get sex now” are passing, replaced with “find financial relief,” “don’t be alone” and “WARNING!”
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Insurers are reducing their exposure to fire-prone regions across the Western U.S., putting new pressure on homeowners and raising concerns that climate change could make insurance unaffordable in some areas
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In Opinion Benjamin Haas writes, "I have found that about half of the largest 150 European companies had some presence in Xinjiang, an area that Amnesty International has described as 'an open-air prison.'"
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A video of a woman tasting kombucha for the first time has ricocheted around the internet, racking up more than 40 million views on Twitter alone. It seemed to resonate with anyone who’s ever vacillated between pajamas and club clothes on a Friday night.
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Australia will join an American-led effort to protect ships from Iranian threats in the critical Strait of Hormuz
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President Trump said that Russia should be readmitted to the Group of 7 industrialized nations. Russia was disinvited from gatherings of the former Group of 8 after the country’s annexation of Crimea.
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Europe morning briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day
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In Opinion writes, "The Palestinian-Israeli peace process has become a pathetic festival of magical thinking, performance art, reality denial, political fund-raising and outright political fraud"
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Every summer, hundreds of ancient bones emerge from the ice of what is known as Skeleton Lake. A new genetic study helps explain how they got there.
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