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Republicans, Basking in Tuesday’s Victories, Diverge on What Comes Next

LAS VEGAS — Two strikingly divergent visions of Republican political strength played out over the weekend at a conference of Jewish conservatives ...

Biden Celebrates Infrastructure Win, Even if Harder Victory Is Ahead

President Biden celebrated the passage of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill on Saturday, declaring — just days after an electoral drubbing for ...

F.B.I. Searches James O’Keefe’s Home in Ashley Biden Diary Theft Inquiry

Federal authorities on Saturday searched the home of James O’Keefe, the founder of the conservative group Project Veritas, according to witnesses ...

Justice Dept. Sues Texas Over Voting Restrictions

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department on Thursday sued Texas over the state’s new voting law, arguing that the Republican-passed measure would ...

Judge Questions Trump’s Grounds for Keeping Jan. 6 Documents Secret

WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Thursday expressed skepticism about Donald J. Trump’s attempt to block from release a wide range of documents ...

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The Boston Marathon has barred runners from Russia and Belarus.

Runners from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon this month, the race organizers said on Wednesday — another ...

U.S. Says It Secretly Removed Malware Worldwide, Pre-empting Russian Cyberattacks

WASHINGTON — The United States said on Wednesday that it had secretly removed malware from computer networks around the world in recent weeks, a ...

European health agencies say it is ‘too early’ for second boosters for most people.

European regulators concluded on Wednesday that it is “too early” to administer second booster shots of a coronavirus vaccine to the general ...

Russia pays dollar-denominated debt in rubles, risking default, after U.S. blocks payment.

Russia’s finance ministry said on Wednesday that it had used rubles to pay about $650 million in dollar-denominated debt obligations after the U ...

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