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Libertarians Skip Over Trump and R.F.K. Jr. for Chase Oliver

The party selected Mr. Oliver as its presidential nominee. He ran for a Senate seat in Georgia in 2022.

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  • May 27, 2024
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Nicki Minaj Apologizes for Postponed Show After Video Appears to Show Arrest

In a video posted live by Minaj to Instagram, the rapper appeared to step into a law enforcement vehicle after being accused of “carrying drugs.”

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  • May 26, 2024
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Veteran Describes Grizzly Bear Attack as ‘Most Violent’ Experience Ever

Shayne Patrick Burke, a disabled veteran in the Army Reserve, said the attack was “the most violent” thing he had experienced, including being shot at.

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  • May 26, 2024
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Idaho Drag Performer Wins Over $1.1 Million in Defamation Suit Against Blogger

The jury unanimously sided with the performer in a case against a blogger who made false claims that the artist had exposed himself to a crowd at a pride event…

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  • May 26, 2024
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Aaron Rodgers talks Jets coach Robert Saleh ‘taking a deeper role in the offense’

Saleh, known for his defensive mind, has made his presence felt more with the offense as he evolves in Year 4.

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  • May 26, 2024
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From golfing to squatting 600 pounds against Jalen Hurts: Saquon Barkley’s new Eagles era

After signing with Philadelphia in free agency, the star running back is embracing his “fresh start.”

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  • May 26, 2024
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Tornadoes Hit Southern Plains, Killing at Least 2 in Texas

Rescue teams were beginning to assess the destruction early Sunday after storms overnight damaged homes, downed power lines and flipped trucks.

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  • May 26, 2024
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Big Sky, Big Growth: How Montana’s Newcomers Are Shaping Its Senate Duel

Out-of-state transplants, drawn during the pandemic by the Mountain West’s allure, have caused prices to soar and created new uncertainty in the state’s crucial Senate race.

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  • May 26, 2024
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Even as Violent Crime Drops, Lawlessness Rises as an Election Issue

In most cities, rates of homicide and violent assault are down significantly from pandemic-era highs. But property crimes have risen, fueling voter anxiety.

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  • May 26, 2024
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Russia Steps Up a Covert Sabotage Campaign Aimed at Europe

Russian military intelligence, the G.R.U., is behind arson attacks aimed at undermining support for Ukraine’s war effort, security officials say.