Democracy Dies in Darkness
The former president spent hours in a deposition with the New York attorney general and refused more than 400 times to answer questions about his businesses, property valuations and loans, according to a person with knowledge of the discussion.
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Antiquities reproduced in vivid color, now on view in the “Chroma” exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, may look garish to modern eyes.
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A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman said talks on a prisoner exchange were ongoing, but warned the United States against conducting diplomacy in public.
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The Inflation Reduction Act, which could become law within days, includes tax credits heralded as a way to make electric vehicles more affordable. But many of the stipulations have sparked confusion among potential car buyers.
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"If we didn’t get her out, she would die in there," one of the rescuers said.
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Former Hormel CEO Jeff Ettinger, who was on pace to lose by single-digits in Minnesota's 1st Congressional District special election. (Mark Zdechlik/AP)
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