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Biden Says Inflation in July Was Zero. He’s Right. And He’s Wrong.

President Biden is catching flak from Republicans for proclaiming on Wednesday that inflation in July was zero, not 8.5 percent.…

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How to Talk About ‘Extreme Weather’ With Your Angry Uncle

NASHVILLE — Articles on how to talk about the warming planet with climate skeptics always thrust me into a state…

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How to Have Faith in Possibility

In Greek mythology, Cassandra was a Trojan princess who was given a great gift by the god Apollo: the ability…

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Business

Where Dalí Once Painted the Sea, Wind Turbines Are Set to Rise

PORT LLIGAT, Spain — Moises Tibau clambered aboard his small wooden boat at dawn, pushing off from a craggy outcropping…

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Sports

World Cup Will Allow Five Substitutes and Bigger Rosters

DOHA, Qatar — The use of extra substitutes in matches, a change to longstanding soccer tradition brought about by the…

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Adams, Nightlife-Loving Mayor, Offers Plan to ‘Let the People Dance’

During his first six months as mayor, Eric Adams has developed a reputation for being a fixture of New York…

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In Colombia, a Leftist and a Right-Wing Populist Head for June Runoff

BOGOTÁ, Colombia — Two anti-establishment candidates, Gustavo Petro, a leftist, and Rodolfo Hernández, a right-wing populist, captured the top ...

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Nursing Homes Are in Crisis. We Can’t Look Away Any Longer.

Of all the terms that have been redefined during the past two years, perhaps none has undergone more change than…

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Sports

In Cleveland, Some Fans Are Guardians Only of the Past

CLEVELAND — Bill Boldin, a fan of Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team for most of his 52 years, conducted an…

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Singapore’s Latest Ruling on Gay Sex Is ‘Cold Comfort,’ Activists Say

The Singapore Court of Appeal, the country’s top court, declined Monday to overturn a law criminalizing gay sex, ruling that…

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