Chicago Police Department says officers who don't adhere to vaccination policy could be fired, CNN affiliate reports
Don't give Taiwan a US defense guarantee
Is a Chinese invasion of Taiwan on the near horizon?
What to know about the killing of jogger Ahmaud Arbery and the Georgia men on trial
The trial begins Monday for Greg and Travis McMichael and Roddie Bryan, who are accused of killing Ahmaud Arber in Brunswick, Georgia, last year.
The New Lost Cause
Republicans are holding up the January 6 insurrection—an effort to overthrow the American government—as the high water mark of patriotism.
Taiwan train driver jailed for 2018 fatal derailment
A Taiwanese court sentenced a train driver to four and a half years in prison on Monday for negligent homicide over a 2018 derailment that killed 18 people. The crash on the scenic east coastline also injured around 200 people and left the Puyuma Express...
Letters to the Editor: L.A. politicians face a reckoning on homelessness in next year's election
The Times Editorial Board's opposition to a ballot measure on homelessness shows that it, along with many L.A. leaders, is a defender of the status quo.
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China denies it tested rare hypersonic missile
At UN court, Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of ethnic cleansing
This week: Democrats confront gridlock over Biden spending plan
Congress blocks cuts to top contractors’ weapon budgets
GOP Sen. Ron Johnson says he's praying for Democrat gridlock on the stalled $3.5 trillion reconciliation plan
Boeing’s Starliner Spaceship Delays, Explained
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Ask Mister Manners: How do I tell my brother to sit still on my family’s Zoom calls?
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‘This is our last chance’: Biden urged to act as climate agenda hangs by a thread
A honeymoon party accidentally triggered a buried WWI bomb in Ukraine, injuring the bride and killing her brother
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Right-Wing Nonprofit Lavishes Millions on Top Brass
Should Daniel Craig be hanging out at gay bars? LGBTQ people weigh in