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Nightlife facing crisis in the city that never sleeps

Highly Suspect plays at Le Poisson Rouge. | Getty Images New York The city’s nightlife has served as the cradle of American culture from jazz…

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Trump on private border wall segment: ‘It was only done to make me look bad’

President Donald Trump inspects part of the border wall in Arizona on June 23, 2020. A section in Texas has come under scrutiny for construction…

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Germans favor tougher border controls, poll says

While Southern European countries have called for greater solidarity among EU countries, Central and Eastern European governments have so far rejected efforts to get them…

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Iran blames errors for jet shootdown

At the time Iranian troops were bracing for a U.S. counterstrike and appear to have mistaken the plane for a missile. The report detailed a…

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What We’ve Learned from 101 Years of American Unrest

But the pattern actually goes back further than that—much further. The entire 20th century, from at least the Chicago riot of 1919, was racked by…

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What Donald Trump Could Learn From Playing Poker

So persuasive was the great polymath’s argument as to the enormous value poker could provide that it inspired me, someone who never cared a whit…

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Tammy Duckworth bursts into VP contention

A contingent of Duckworth-for-VP backers, including high-dollar donors and a politically active veterans group, has intensified efforts on her behalf in the past two weeks,…

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Trump isn’t secretly winking at QAnon. He’s retweeting its followers.

Those around Trump have followed suit. Eric Trump, the president’s son, recently posted a giant “Q” on Instagram as well as the hashtag version of…

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Britain spends million to boost border controls with EU

Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, Gove compared leaving the EU to “moving house” and said that “instead of being lodgers,” Britain was now “choosing a…

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‘Historic corruption’: 2 Republican senators denounce Trump’s commutation of Stone

In a statement, Toomey (R-Pa.) noted that the president “clearly has the legal and constitutional authority to grant clemency for federal crimes,” but said commuting…

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