New York times - 11/02/2024 20:05  

Favoring Foes Over Friends, Trump Threatens to Upend International Order

Former President Donald J. Trump suggested that he would incite Russia to attack “delinquent' U.S. allies, foreshadowing potentially far-reaching changes in the world order if he wins the White House again.

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Former President Donald J. Trump suggested that he would incite Russia to attack “delinquent' U.S. allies, foreshadowing potentially far-reaching changes in the world order if he wins the White House again. Three Air Force cargo planes dropped 38,000 ready-to-eat meals in Gaza, but critics called that insufficient. A U.S. official said [Read more]
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The pill mifepristone will be available with a prescription at pharmacy counters in a few states to start. [Read more]
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Ahead of an expected drop in enrollment, the institution is looking to buy the University of Phoenix, a for-profit school with a checkered past. Is it worth $550 million? [Read more]
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The Portuguese star is one of the greatest soccer players of all time, yet his ego seems so fragile, a columnist for The Athletic writes. [Read more]
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The star Iowa guard made the announcement on social media, saying her March run with the Hawkeyes will be her last in college. [Read more]
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Ray Davis is one of the top running back prospects in this year's N.F.L. draft. His journey was dotted by heartache. [Read more]