Supreme Court to Consider How Far Cities Can Police Homelessness

The Supreme Court will consider on Monday how far cities and states can go to police homelessness, in a case ...
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Paychecks, Drafts and Firings: The Possible Future of College Sports

As Elijah Higgins sat on a witness stand this week, he detailed the similarities between his experience last season as ...
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Ocasio-Cortez and Others Rally With Summer Lee Ahead of Primary

A high-energy crowd rallied on Sunday in Pittsburgh to support Representative Summer Lee, a left-leaning congresswoman whose primary on Tuesday ...
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Intruder Breaks Into Los Angeles Mayor’s Residence

The Getty House in Los Angeles, the official residence of Mayor Karen Bass, was broken into early Sunday, the Los ...
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As Protests Continue at Columbia, Some Jewish Students Feel Targeted

Days after Columbia University’s president testified before Congress, the atmosphere on campus remained fraught on Sunday, shaken by pro-Palestinian protests ...
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Terry Anderson, Reporter Held Hostage for Six Years, Dies at 76

Terry Anderson, the American journalist who had been the longest-held Western hostage in Lebanon when he was finally released in ...
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House Aid Package Is Latest Example of Bipartisanship Forged Out of Necessity

When Congress convened in 2023, an empowered far-right Republican faction in the House threatened to upend Washington and President Biden’s ...
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Jaw Bone in Child’s Rock Collection Belonged to Marine Who Died in 1951

A jawbone found in a child’s rock collection in Arizona more than two decades ago belonged to a Marine who ...
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How the Movie “Civil War” Echoes Real Political Anxieties

One subject seems to be unifying the right and the left today: Disunion. From the multiplex to social media, the ...
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Coming to Alabama: Newsom’s Abortion-Access Ad, Depicting an Arrest

A woman nervously peers into her rearview mirror as a patrolman activates his car’s lights and sirens. She is less ...
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