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Through wars, social upheaval, corporate upsets, and more, here’s a sampling of what greeted the readers of our weekly magazine.
The ex-president said he’s turned down two book deals
Schumer calls Barr’s alleged seizure of Apple data ‘gross abuse of power’ and ‘assault on the separation of powers’
Anthony Antonio said he never would have marched down Pennsylvania Avenue if he had not been told
Group says it nonetheless ‘welcomes’ clarification issued by Omar, as row threatens to divide party
Elizabeth Halseth, who served as a Republican, was the youngest woman ever elected to the Nevada legislature in 2010 at age 27.
Polls show massive rebound in US favorability around the world
Weddings, cocktails, TV appearances—The Donald is there
The prosecutor questioned the low bond the neighbor originally received.
Former president tipped to run for White House again in 2024
Once the man was restrained, the flight was diverted to Oklahoma City, the nearest airport
With Biden administration under pressure to combat voter suppression, attorney general condemns baseless voter fraud narrative and ‘abnormal’ audits that undermine voters
Two of the victims are in a critical condition, say police who dealt with wounded at scene
Officials say victim had hands up and was offering to surrender when allegedly attacked
The suspect fired a “high-caliber gun, known as a Draco,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. Multiple witnesses told police the suspect had a Draco during the shooting.
‘There was always a question, ‘Is he even in there?’’ Houston doctor says of comatose UK pilot who survived Covid-19 but died after returning home
Oregon House of Representatives ousted a Republican lawmaker who let violent, far-right protesters into the state Capitol on Dec. 21.
‘Let’s not get started on your climate denial,' New York congresswoman tweets
House Speaker says justice department probe was ‘yet another egregious assault on our democracy’
British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab slammed Beijing for undermining the autonomy of Hong Kong in a blistering report delivered on Thursday.He criticised a national security law imposed by China on the former British colony used to "drastically curtail freedoms" and stifle political opposition.Raab said there had been "clear breaches" of the 1984 Joint Declaration signed by both China and Britain that guaranteed wide-ranging freedoms for Hong Kong.That declaration paved the way for the handover of Hong Kong back to China a little over a decade later.He also singled out the overhaul of the city's electoral system and prosecution decisions made by the Department of Justice.The Hong Kong government has hit back at what it described as "inaccurate remarks" that could not be "further from the truth and are clearly double standards".The security law, which was introduced in June last year, punishes what authorities broadly define as secession, sedition and collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison.
He urged other states to join his efforts in managing the border crisis