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1 Philippines top court orders re-arrest of suspect in activist killing
2 Sri Lanka uproots 'last legume' tree to build highway
3 Global coal demand to stay near record in 2023: IEA
4 'Like hell': India's burning coalfields
5 EU official sees 'contradiction' between China's climate goals, coal plants
6 Court green lights expanding London's road pollution charge
7 Humanity 'has agency over future': new head of UN climate panel
8 Fusion model hot off the wall
9 UK Nuclear Fusion company announces space rocket US Partnership
10 Facebook's algorithm doesn't alter people's beliefs: research
11 Why Musk's 'X' will struggle to become a Chinese-style super-app
12 Musk rebrands Twitter, replacing bird logo with X
13 Twitter challenger Threads struggles for traction
14 EU digital chief urges TikTok to quickly adopt new rules
15 Spain hits Apple, Amazon with 194-mn.-euro antitrust fine
16 Musk says Twitter has lost half its advertising revenue
17 New approach to fuel cell manufacturing could reduce cost, increase availability
18 Minutes After Title 42 Expired, Scenes of Anxiety and Weariness Along the Border
19 Build in the Suburbs, Solve the Housing Crisis
20 New York City Congestion Pricing Plan Could Give Poor Drivers a Discount
21 Behind the Heartbeat of Hawaii
22 How the Head of a Filmmaking Center Spends His Sundays
23 Title 42 Is Gone, but Not the Conditions Driving Migrants to the U.S.
24 The Upheaval in Teaching Reading
25 Staff Members Attacked with Bat at Congressman's Virginia Office
26 Georgia Prosecutor Rebuts Trump's Effort to Scuttle Elections Case
27 A Democratic Socialist Bows Out in Harlem as Challengers Circle
28 Rap Star Bankrolled Gangs that Killed on His Orders, Prosecutors Say
29 Ecuador's President Dissolves Congress Amid Impeachment Trial
30 Pale Male, Famous Central Park Hawk, Is Dead at 32. Maybe.
31 New Hampshire Honored a 'Rebel Girl.' then It Found Out She Was a Communist.
32 After Historic Primary in Philadelphia, a New Mayor Will Face Old Problems
33 Texas Legislature Bans Transgender Medical Care for Children
34 A University Fired 2 Employees for Including Their Pronouns in Emails
35 A 'Canadian Armageddon' Sets Parts of Western Canada on Fire
36 Why It's So Hard to Crack Down on Stoned Drivers in New York
37 Mayor Adams Improvises His Way Through an Impossible Crisis
38 An Auction of Prosthetics, Mermaids and Creepy Dolls to Benefit Sea Turtles
39 2 Bodies Found in Manhattan Rivers Are Identified as Missing Boys
40 As Boston's New Mayor Seeks Big Changes, Old Power Brokers Push Back
41 Fire in Guyana School Dormitory Kills at Least 20
42 Alert Level Is Raised in Central Mexico as Volcano Spews Smoke and Ash
43 New York's a Lot like Venice. It's Sinking.
44 Do New York's Affordable Housing Lotteries Fuel Segregation?
45 Mexican President Said He Told Ally Not to Worry About Being Spied On
46 A Year After the Uvalde Massacre: Did Anything Change?
47 It's Millionaire vs. Billionaire in the Battle of the SoHo Pergola
48 How the Crime of Seditious Conspiracy Is Different from Insurrection and Treason
49 Citi Bike, 10 Years Old and Part of New York's Street Life
50 Colombia's Peace-Whisperer Makes Plenty of Enemies
51 F.B.I. Documents Detail 1983 Assassination Threat Against Queen Elizabeth II
52 Stanley Engerman, Revisionist Scholar of Slavery, Dies at 87
53 Despite Hochul's Pledge, Her Policies Have Helped Husband's Firm
54 The Maestro's Latest Opus: A Video Game to Save Classical Music
55 This Year's Spelling Bee Champion Didn't Schweat the Schwa
56 Georgia Officials Target Bail Fund in Crackdown on 'Cop City' Protests
57 Washington State Woman Is Arrested After Refusing TB Treatment
58 Why It's So Hard to Tear Down a Crumbling Highway Nearly Everyone Hates
59 Make Way for the Bike Bus
60 Over 300 Cases Tied to Convicted N.Y.P.D. Officers Are Tossed Out
61 New York City Sues Queens Library Architects Over Lack of Accessibility
62 Is It Safe to Go for a Run in Wildfire Smoke?
63 Justices Thomas and Alito Delay Release of Financial Disclosures
64 New York City Seeks to Unravel the Secret Mystery of Hospital Costs
65 Jodie Comer Leaves Broadway Show Because of Air Quality Concerns
66 And the Masks Came Back On: New York's Day in Smoke
67 When Will It End? Sooner for the Northeast, Later for Elsewhere.
68 These Are Your Favorite Places to See Art in California
69 N.Y. Police Chief's Exit Is Latest in Exodus from Adams Administration
70 Rhode Island Investigates 'Disturbing' Behavior on Official Trip
71 Man Who Questioned 9-Year-Old Athlete's Gender Spurs Outrage
72 Canadian Wildfire Smoke Descends in an Unhealthy Haze Over Minnesota
73 Best for Bird-Watching and Good for Rats, Too: No Place like New York
74 Nine Women Accuse Bill Cosby of Sexual Assault in Nevada
75 Texas Prepares for a Punishing Heat Wave
76 Jurors Begins Deliberations in First Phase of Pittsburgh Synagogue Trial
77 Southern Baptists' Fight Over Female Leaders Shows Power of Insurgent Right
78 'The Power of Trees:' Among the 'Machines' Fighting Climate Change
79 What happened to efforts to 'defund the police' in Minneapolis and elsewhere?
80 A 'Priest' Walked into a Taqueria. Investigators Say It Was Intimidation.
81 What is a consent decree?
82 Jury Convicts Man in Killing of 11 in Pittsburgh Synagogue
83 Arizona Man Is Freed After 28 Years on Death Row
84 In Argentina, Inflation Passes 100% (and the Restaurants Are Packed)
85 These Cowboys Build a New Juneteenth Tradition at a Rodeo in Portland
86 To Improve Public Housing, New York City Moves to Tear It Down
87 Rents for 2 Million New Yorkers Set to Rise Again this Year
88 U.S. Approves the Sale of Lab-Grown Chicken
89 Top Donor Provided Ron DeSantis, an Avid Golfer, with a Costly Simulator
90 We're Adding New Songs to Our California Soundtrack
91 How New York Is Regulating A.I.
92 Hamish Harding, an Explorer Who Knew No Bounds, Dies at 58
93 Violent Druggings in Lower Manhattan Left a Trail of Bodies, Police Say
94 L.A. Opens Its New Light-Rail Link
95 Jails Officer Faked Suicide Prevention Training for 74 Guards, D.A. Says
96 'The Impossible Became Possible': The Women Celebrating a Year Without Roe
97 Montana Derailment Sends at Least 7 Freight Cars into the Yellowstone River
98 Jury in Pittsburgh Synagogue Trial to Begin Weighing Death Penalty
99 Don Harold, Sneaky Subway Preservationist, Dies at 91
100 Day Care for Less than $10: How Canada Is Easing the Burden for Parents
101 102 Candidates Vie to Become Mayor of Troubled City of Toronto
102 The Indigenous Guardsmen Who Rescued Colombia's Missing Children
103 If Biden Wanted to Ease U.S.-China Tensions, Would Americans Let Him?
104 Heat Wave Baking Texas Extends to the Southeast
105 Supreme Court Allows Unusual Pennsylvania Law on Corporate Suits
106 Schools Bring Police Back to Campuses, Reversing Racial Justice Decisions
107 How Might Congestion Pricing Actually Work in New York?
108 How Migrants Flown to Martha's Vineyard Came to Call It Home
109 Daniel Penny Pleads Not Guilty to Manslaughter Charge in Subway Killing
110 School Official Convicted of Serving Students Chicken with Bits of Metal
111 Private Firm Announces Competing Vision for Penn Station Redesign
112 How Bad Will the Ticks Be this Summer?
113 Former Ohio House Speaker Awaits Sentence on $60 Million Bribery Scheme
114 'Man Down!': Surviving the Texas Heat in Prisons Without Air-Conditioning
115 Oregon May Soon Let People Pump Their Own Gas
116 False Teeth, Fine Art and a 'Bag Man': New Details Emerge in Murder Plot
117 Jury Acquits Deputy Who Failed to Confront Parkland Gunman
118 Two California Companies Will Soon Sell Lab-Grown Meat