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‘Different’ Celtics have more work to do, but so far, they’ve passed every test

INDIANAPOLIS — This time, a trip to the Eastern Conference finals by the Boston Celtics ended without any clamoring from the public and the press box that the coach must…

A Show That Makes Young Japanese Pine for the ‘Inappropriate’ 1980s

The younger generation in Japan has frequently called out their elders for their casual sexism, excessive work expectations and unwillingness to give up power. But a surprise television hit has…

Briefly Open to a Fair-Looking Election, Venezuela Reverses Course Again

Venezuelan officials rescinded an invitation to the European Union to observe the upcoming July 28 presidential elections, another stark sign that President Nicolás Maduro is unlikely to cede power despite…

Spain, Norway and Ireland Formally Recognize Palestinian Statehood

Three European nations formally recognized an independent Palestinian state on Tuesday, drawing the ire of Israel as it continued to press its military offensive in Gaza. The previously announced moves…

Senators See Possible Conflicts of Interest in Health Care Pricing Tools

The chairmen of two Senate committees overseeing health policy, concerned about companies “padding their own profits” at the expense of patients, are looking into the practices of a data analytics…

Michael Jordan and Woody Harrelson: Tales from the Kenny Rogers Classic Weekend

Kenny Rogers, the white in his beard matching the color of his jersey, took the pass at the left elbow. The famous country singer, playing on his home court at…

I.M.F. Is Upbeat on China’s Growth but Questions Industrial Policy

Responding to China’s surging exports and extensive investments in new factories, the International Monetary Fund made sizable increases on Wednesday in how much it believes China’s economy will grow this…

U.S. Officials Say Deadly Rafah Airstrike Did Not Cross Biden’s Red Line

U.S. officials said on Tuesday that the Israeli strike that killed dozens of Palestinians in southern Gaza was a tragedy but that it did not violate President Biden’s red line…

Haiti Names New Prime Minister to Try to Lead Country Out of Crisis

An experienced international aid official, Garry Conille, was unanimously appointed prime minister of Haiti by a Presidential Transition Council on Tuesday, which tasked him with leading the country out of…

Sue Johnson, Psychologist Who Took a Scientific View of Love, Dies at 76

Sue Johnson, a British-born Canadian clinical psychologist and best-selling author who developed a novel method of couples therapy based on emotional attachment, challenging what had been the dominant behavioral approach…

Controversial MLB umpire Angel Hernandez to retire immediately

Baseball’s most controversial umpire is calling it a career. Angel Hernandez, who has been criticized by many in the game for decades, will retire. MLB first approached Hernandez about the…

Israel Pushes Into Rafah as Displaced Palestinians Search for Safety

Israel’s military said it was pressing on with its ground assault in the southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday despite mounting international outrage over its operations there, including an airstrike over…

I.R.S. Failed to Police Puerto Rico Tax Break, Whistle-Blower Says

For the past decade, thousands of wealthy Americans have been flocking to Puerto Rico to take advantage of a tax break that can cut their tax bills to zero. For…

Health Officials Tried to Evade Public Records Laws, Lawmakers Say

House Republicans on Tuesday accused officials at the National Institutes of Health of orchestrating “a conspiracy at the highest levels” of the agency to hide public records related to the…

Gael Monfils interview: Roland Garros, showmanship, Svitolina and Skai

In 2004, the four boys’ Grand Slam titles were split between two 17-year-olds. Three went to the one considered the most talented, the final one to probably the next best…

Wu-Tang Clan Album ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ Will Be Played in Tasmania

A decade ago, the Wu-Tang Clan issued a sole copy of a CD-only album, secured it in an engraved nickel and silver box, locked it away in a vault and…

Strike Kills Displaced Gazans in Al-Mawasi, Officials Say

More than 20 people were killed and dozens more were injured when a strike hit a tent encampment for displaced Palestinians, Gazan officials said. Source link

Chevron’s $53 Billion Oil Deal Is Backed by Hess Shareholders

A large oil industry deal advanced on Tuesday after shareholders of Hess approved a proposed sale of the company to Chevron for $53 billion. Control over one of the most…

Senators See Possible Conflicts of Interest in Health Care Pricing Tools

The chairmen of two Senate committees overseeing health policy, concerned about companies “padding their own profits” at the expense of patients, are looking into the practices of a data analytics…

At another hockey worlds, European support of Russia ban holds firm

PRAGUE, Czechia — With three men’s world championships now played since the International Ice Hockey Federation banned Russian athletes, the global hockey community appears to have completely moved on without…

Wednesday Briefing: Closing Arguments in Trump’s Criminal Trial

The prosecution and defense made their closing arguments to the jury yesterday in the first criminal prosecution of an American president. Here are live updates. The prosecutor, Joshua Steinglass, said…

At Least 21 Killed in Strike on a Tent Camp in Al-Mawasi, Gazan Officials Say

Gazan officials said that at least 21 people were killed and dozens injured on Tuesday in a strike that hit a tent encampment housing displaced people in Al-Mawasi, a coastal…

Blinken Travels to Eastern Europe as Russia Presses War in Ukraine

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken plans to spend this week showing U.S. support for nations facing a hostile Russia in visits to Moldova and the Czech Republic, where he…

Charles Barkley Has Thoughts on the Future of ‘Inside the NBA’

The future of “Inside the NBA” was already a sensitive topic when Charles Barkley stepped into an elevator in Minneapolis after Game 3 of the Western Conference finals late Friday…