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Trump Justice Dept. Tried to Use Grand Jury to Identify Nunes Critic on Twitter

Trump Justice Dept. Tried to Use Grand Jury to Identify Nunes Critic on Twitter

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Trump Justice Dept. Tried to Use Grand Jury to Identify Nunes Critic on Twitter An unsealed court filing shows that the social…

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Trump Justice Dept. Tried to Use Grand Jury to Identify Nunes Critic on Twitter

Trump Justice Dept. Tried to Use Grand Jury to Identify Nunes Critic on Twitter

An unsealed court filing shows that the social media company fought the subpoena, which the Biden administration is said to have withdrawn.Read MoreNYT > Technology

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Job Maseko: The South African WW2 hero who didn’t get a Victoria Cross

South African World War Two hero Job Maseko was denied the highest military award because he was black, campaigners believe, and his family have backed a push to get him the posthumous honour. War hero…

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Job Maseko: The South African WW2 hero who didn’t get a Victoria Cross

South African World War Two hero Job Maseko was denied the highest military award because he was black, campaigners believe, and his family have backed a push to get him the posthumous honour. War hero…

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In China, Apple Compromises on Censorship and Surveillance

In China, Apple Compromises on Censorship and Surveillance

Apple built the world’s most valuable business on top of China. Now it has to answer to the Chinese government.Read MoreNYT > Technology

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Biden Voices Support for a Cease-fire in a Call With Israel’s Netanyahu

Advertisement Continue reading the main story LIVEIsrael-Palestinian Conflict Biden voices support for a cease-fire in a call with Israel’s Netanyahu. President Biden with Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday. The president “expressed his support for…

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In China, Apple Compromises on Censorship and Surveillance

In China, Apple Compromises on Censorship and Surveillance

The Apple data center in Guiyang as seen in a satellite image. Apple plans to store the personal data of its Chinese customers there on computer servers run by a state-owned Chinese firm.Credit…CNES/AIRBUS Censorship, Surveillance…

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After a 14-Month Delay, Robert Durst’s Murder Trial Returns to Court

After a 14-Month Delay, Robert Durst’s Murder Trial Returns to Court

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story After a 14-Month Delay, Robert Durst’s Murder Trial Returns to Court Mr. Durst, the eccentric millionaire who has been the subject of…

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Lawsuit Accuses Montana of Infringing on Rights of Native Voters

Lawsuit Accuses Montana of Infringing on Rights of Native Voters

Advertisement Continue reading the main story LIVEBiden Administration and Washington News: Live Updates Montana’s new voting laws violate Native Americans’ rights, a lawsuit argues. A parade on the Crow Reservation, one of seven Native American…

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Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

The Coronavirus Outbreak liveLatest UpdatesMaps and CasesState Reopening TrackerVaccine RolloutNew Mask GuidanceVaccines and Children Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today Some people aren’t…

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