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A judge's ruling that Donald Trump committed fraud as he built his real-estate empire could strip the former president of his authority to make major decisions about the future of his marquee properties in New York.
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Ryan McKinny and Joyce DiDonato star in the Metropolitan Opera's new production of Dead Man Walking, which opened Tuesday at the Met in New York.
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Migrants are seen standing in Lampedusa's migrant reception center on Sept. 14. The reception center in Italy's southernmost island of Lampedusa has been overwhelmed in recent weeks with transferring to the mainland thousands of migrants arriving on small, flimsy boats.
Rapper Tupac Shakur attends a voter registration event in South Central Los Angeles, Aug. 15, 1996. Las Vegas police said they have made an arrest, Friday, Sept. 29, 2023, for the first time in the 1996 killing of rapper Tupac Shakur.
This April 10, 2011, file photo, shows a rig and supply vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Louisiana. The Biden administration has proposed up to three oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico over the next five years.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy continues to battle a group of conservatives who oppose any short-term spending bill ahead of a likely government shutdown.
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The famous Sycamore Gap tree along Hadrian's Wall in northern England is seen in June, at top, and the new landscape on Thursday after someone cut the tree down.
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UAW members strike at GM's Lansing-Delta Assembly Plant in Lansing, Mich., on Sept. 29, 2023. The UAW on Friday expanded its strike against GM and Ford, but not Stellantis.
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Medical assistant Lakeisha Pratt (left,) and receptionist David Bowers prepare for a busy day at North Side Christian Health Center, a safety-net health center in Pittsburgh. Even a temporary government shutdown could disrupt funding and force the clinic to cut back.
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A father walks with his son in Derna, Libya, with smoke caused by a sanitation truck visible in the background. Concerns are rising about the spread of infectious diseases after fatal floods in Derna earlier this month.
An aerial view of the historic Tuskegee VA hospital campus. It was established in 1923 specifically to treat Black veterans on land donated by nearby Tuskegee Institute, now Tuskegee University.
Pharmacists who work for CVS have staged a walkout in the Kansas City metro area, protesting what they say are unreasonable work conditions. In this file photo, a CVS store is seen in Jackson, Miss.
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Emily Gebel was diagnosed with breast cancer in early 2022. After Gebel moved her treatment from Seattle to Alaska, where she lived, she discovered it was priced much higher in her home state.
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