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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 ...

Ukraine war: US, UK hit Russia with new sanctions

The US rolled out a new wave of financial sanctions on Wednesday against Russia that President Joe Biden said would place a lasting penalty on ...

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Judge Finds Man Not Guilty in First Jan. 6 Acquittal

A federal judge decided on Wednesday that a former government contractor from New Mexico who claimed that the police let him into the Capitol ...

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 ...

New York Agrees to Expand Voting Access for People With Disabilities

Voting in New York will become easier for blind and disabled residents following the settlement of a lawsuit against the New York State Board of ...

Karim Benzema, the Surest of Sure Things, Lifts Real Madrid at Chelsea

LONDON — Luka Modric has, by this stage, seen pretty much all there is to see. He has won four Champions League titles. He has played in a World ...

Judge Finds Man Not Guilty in First Jan. 6 Acquittal

A federal judge decided on Wednesday that a former government contractor from New Mexico who claimed that the police let him into the Capitol ...

Pandemic Aid Bill Stalls Amid Dispute Over Immigration Restrictions

WASHINGTON — An election-year dispute over immigration policy emerged on Tuesday as the latest obstacle to quick approval of a $10 billion ...

More Evidence Bolsters Durham’s Case Against Democratic-Linked Lawyer

WASHINGTON — The Trump-era special counsel scrutinizing the Russia investigation has acquired additional evidence that may bolster his case ...

Ivanka Trump to Testify to House Panel Investigating Jan. 6 Attack

WASHINGTON — Ivanka Trump, former President Donald J. Trump’s eldest daughter, who served as one of his senior advisers, plans to testify on ...

Fred Upton, House Republican Who Supported Impeachment, Will Retire

Facing new district lines and a tough primary race, Representative Fred Upton of Michigan, announced his retirement on Tuesday, becoming the ...

Supreme Court Rules Against Police in Malicious Prosecution Case

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled on Monday in favor of a Brooklyn man who said he had been falsely accused by police officers of resisting ...

ICE Lawyers Directed to Clear Low-Priority Immigration Cases

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is seeking to clear potentially hundreds of thousands of deportation and asylum cases pending before ...

House Votes to Decriminalize Cannabis

WASHINGTON — The House passed legislation on Friday to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level, as Democrats and three Republicans banded ...

Ginni Thomas’s Texts, and the Limits of Chief Justice Roberts’s Power

WASHINGTON — In the wake of revelations about incendiary text messages from Virginia Thomas, the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, to the Trump ...

Testify or Pay Up, Judge Tells Alex Jones in Sandy Hook Suit

A Connecticut judge, exasperated by the Infowars broadcaster Alex Jones’s “bad faith” failure to sit for a deposition in a lawsuit brought by the ...

Why a Ruling Declaring Trump ‘Likely’ Broke Laws May Not Mean He Will Be Prosecuted

WASHINGTON — A federal judge’s conclusion this week that former President Donald J. Trump likely committed felonies related to his efforts to ...

Supreme Court, in Case on Veteran Hurt by Burn Pits, Debates War Powers

WASHINGTON — A Supreme Court argument on Tuesday about an Army reservist injured by burn pits in Iraq turned into a seminar on the scope of ...

With a Center-Leaning Budget, Biden Bows to Political Reality

WASHINGTON — With his party facing potentially gale-force headwinds in the midterm elections, President Biden on Monday tacked toward the ...

Supreme Court to Weigh California Law on Humane Treatment of Pigs

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear a challenge to a California law that seeks to address cruelty to animals by requiring ...

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