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Early Voting Wins Preakness Stakes

BALTIMORE — Let’s call it a correction in the horse racing market. Two weeks after a late entry named Rich…

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Celtics’ Stars Provide the Drama. Heat’s Stars Deliver the Win.

BOSTON — On the first possession of the game, Miami Heat point guard Kyle Lowry made a statement. He snatched…

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Elspeth Barker, Author of a Single Beloved Novel, Dies at 81

There are novelists, like Thomas Wolfe and Philip Roth, who repeatedly mine their lives for material, each book a thinly…

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Kwaku Ohene-Frempong, Expert in Sickle Cell Disease, Dies at 76

Soon after his first child, Kwame, was born on May 13, 1972, Dr. Kwaku Ohene-Frempong discovered that the boy had…

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A Town’s Covid Money Was Sent to One Man in Error. He Gambled It All Away.

TOKYO — Residents of a rural Japanese town were each looking forward to receiving a $775 payment last month as…

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70 New York Judges Went on a Montauk Retreat. 20 Came Down With Covid.

More than 70 New York City judges descended on a Long Island resort last week to enjoy an annual three-night…

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U.S. Accuses Steve Wynn of Lobbying Trump on Behalf of China

The Justice Department sued the former casino mogul Stephen Wynn on Tuesday, saying he had made repeated requests on behalf…

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In Bucha, a Symbol of Death and Atrocity, Life Returns

BUCHA, Ukraine — A breeze rustles through the cherry blossoms in bloom on almost every block in this small city,…

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By Land and by Air, the Destination Was Seville

The official estimates had seemed inflated, deliberately aggrandized, exaggerated for dramatic effect, right up until the planes started landing ...

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They Were at Tops When the Shooting Started. This Is How They Survived.

BUFFALO — On weekends, the employees at the Tops Friendly Market in East Buffalo tend to be younger, the ones…

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