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U.S. Offers Limited Initial Response to Russia as It Weighs Stiffer Sanctions

“I don’t doubt they are already calculating how to realize these plans,” Mr. Putin said. American officials have said for months that there are no such plans, and Mr. Biden…

Inside Biden’s Race to Prevent War Between Russia and Ukraine

The Dec. 3 document became the first of a series of efforts to declassify intelligence about Russian plans by the United States and Britain, which would come to include details…

Former Officers Finish Defense in Trial Over George Floyd’s Death

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The defense cases in the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of crimes in the death of George Floyd concluded on Monday with…

Hate Crimes Case in Arbery Murder Goes to Jury

J. Pete Theodocion, a lawyer for Mr. Bryan, said that his client would have helped to pursue any person who was being chased down his street, regardless of their race.…

U.S. Troops in Poland Brace for Possible Ukrainian Evacuees

In addition, some 300 members of the 18th Airborne Corps headquarters, also from Fort Bragg, have arrived in Germany to oversee the reinforcements flowing into Eastern Europe. The 18th Airborne…

U.S. House Candidate Apologizes for Behavior at Sleepover

A Democratic candidate for Congress in Oklahoma apologized in a television interview on Friday after parents complained that she drank and verbally abused children attending a sleepover at a friend’s…

One Dead in Shooting at Portland Protest Against Police Violence

The march on Saturday night was partly led by Letha Winston, whose son Patrick Kimmons was fatally shot in 2018 by police officers in Portland who were responding to an…

Uproar Over ‘Crack Pipes’ Puts Biden Drug Strategy at Risk

Undeterred, Ms. Shalala encouraged philanthropies to finance needle exchange programs, and instructed National Institutes of Health experts to conduct trainings on needle exchange. Mr. Clinton later said he regretted his…

The Senate’s Most Vulnerable Democrats

Two senators from states with little in common and at opposite poles of the country found each other this month: Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire and Mark Kelly of Arizona,…

I.R.S. Will Allow Taxpayers to Forgo Facial Recognition Amid Blowback

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service said on Monday that it would allow taxpayers to opt out of using facial recognition technology to gain access to their online accounts and…