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The FEC’s proposal to limit political ads to $2,700 is now a reality
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The FEC’s proposal to limit political ads to $2,700 is now a reality

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Campaigns Skirt Political Ad Rules by Paying Influencers By I want to get to the bottom of how political ads are getting past the rules designed to prohibit big money from influencing our democracy....

The British Empire to come
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The British Empire to come

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Opinion: The British Empire: A legacy of violence? This week we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. On Armistice Day, Britain, France, and Russia declared that the war...

Novak Djokovic to return to Australia after serving monthlong ban
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Novak Djokovic to return to Australia after serving monthlong ban

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Australia to overturn Djokovic visa ban, paving way for Australian Open return World No. 1 Novak Djokovic on Monday announced he would return to Australia and tennis after serving a monthlong ban because of...

The Elizabeth Diller Gallery of Art and Design is a place where people can do beautiful things in a beautiful place
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The Elizabeth Diller Gallery of Art and Design is a place where people can do beautiful things in a beautiful place

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Roberts Projects is leaving Culver City, as gallery scene shifts to Central L.A. From the day she moved into the former home of Andy Warhol until she and her partner put it on the...

The Story of Joe Suggs
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The Story of Joe Suggs

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Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Broke Your Heart, You Broke My Rib’ “I broke your heart, you broke my rib.” Those are pretty much the only things Joe Suggs says to his parents on the...

The Times' Political Team Reviews the News of the Day
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The Times’ Political Team Reviews the News of the Day

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The Times podcast: Our Masters of Disasters know it's windy, and the weatherman is wrong. But do we know, in our hearts, that it's coming from a tornado? That's the question the Times asks,...

The Heart of an Institution
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The Heart of an Institution

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Dr. Mitchell Rosenthal, Phoenix House Founder, Dies at 87 Dr. Mitchell Rosenthal, the founder of Phoenix House, the modern day hippie retreat for adults with learning disabilities, died April 19 at Phoenix Mountain's Hospice...

The Koyukon Reservation
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The Koyukon Reservation

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Alaska asylum seekers are Indigenous Siberians from Russia, or Koryak. The government of Canada has never formally recognized Koryak people as an Indigenous nation, but they have been living in Canada since the 1600s....

Carlos Alcaraz Wins US Open for the First Time in a Year
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Carlos Alcaraz Wins US Open for the First Time in a Year

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Carlos Alcaraz speaks with CNN after US Open win (CNN) Carlos Alcaraz just wants to watch the rest of his life go by. "I feel like I have nothing," he said. "I'm going to...