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Election depicts two Californias: Rising star or catastrophe

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LOS ANGELES — Gov. Gavin Newsom and two leading Republican rivals in the California recall election painted disparate pictures of the nation’s most populous...

Lithuania struggles with migrant flood opened by Belarus

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VEREBIEJAI, Lithuania — Mustafa Hussein Hamad kicked a dirty ball between two old tires in the schoolyard where he spends most of his time....

Powell says inflation, though elevated, will likely moderate

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WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell suggested Wednesday that inflation, which has been surging as the recovery strengthens, “will likely remain elevated in...

Stocks give up an early gain and turn mixed on Wall Street

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Stocks gave up an early gain and turned mixed on Wall Street as banks and energy companies fell while other sectors rose. ...

Big jump in Indiana budget surplus triggering tax refund

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INDIANAPOLIS — A big jump in Indiana’s state tax collections will result in a refund for taxpayers, although they’ll have to wait for that...

The Latest: Spain regions want restrictions after case spike

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MADRID — Some regions in Spain aim to put restrictions back in place because of a spike in coronavirus cases. ...

N. Carolina GOP would ban K-12 promotion of views about race

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RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina Republicans advanced legislation on Wednesday that defines how teachers can discuss certain concepts about race and racism inside the...

Franklin schools maps out $4.8M in CARES Act III spending

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Franklin schools will waive student Chromebook fees and pay 20 teachers and 30 assistants with its third round of federal relief funds. The school district...

Neck rubs, tapped phones: Merkel has history with US leaders

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BERLIN — Neck rubs, pricy dinners, allegations of phone tapping, awkward handshake moments. ...

With taxpayers’ help, Delta posts $652 million profit in 2Q

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Delta Air Lines reported its first quarterly profit since the pandemic devastated the airline industry more than a year ago, as hordes of vacation...