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Bolsonaro and Lula are heading to the second round after polarized presidential election in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil's two main presidential candidates will face off in a runoff election after a polarized election to decide whether...

Brazil’s presidential election headed for a second round after a surprisingly strong vote for far-right Bolsonaro.

Right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro and leftist former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva appear headed for a runoff to settle Brazil's presidential election, after...

Hurricane Ian: They stayed for the storm – what happens now?

Floridians face difficult decisions about whether to stay or go after Hurricane Ian.

Asian stocks mostly down as recession fears deepen

BANGKOK (AP) — Asian stocks mostly fell Monday after Wall Street ended a miserable September with a 9.3% loss, the worst monthly drop since...

By boat and jet ski, volunteers help Ian’s rescue efforts

SANIBEL ISLAND, Florida. (AP) — There was no time to lose. ace Hurricane Ian hit Southwest FloridaBryan Stern, a veteran of the...

‘Leopoldstadt’, Tom Stoppard’s powerful Broadway play about Viennese Jews

Leopoldstadt, Tom Stoppard's riveting new Broadway play, tells the story of a wealthy Jewish family. Across five long scenes, or five short acts,...

Can this very private and very rich American save reggae?

Jamaican reggae music has an unlikely but passionate ambassador: an aging white American businessman who is spending a lot of energy and even more...

India extended access to abortion for all women until the 24th week

The Supreme Court of India has issued a decision equal access to abortioncorrecting a 2021 law that limited single women's access to the 20th...

Sacheen Littlefeather, Actor and Activist Who Rejected Marlon Brando’s Oscar, Dies at 75 | united states news

Sacheen Littlefeather, the Native American activist who turned down Marlon Brando's Oscar for The Godfather, has died at the age of 75, the Motion...

Europe faces ‘unprecedented risk’ of gas shortages, says IEA

By DAVID McHUGH, AP Business WriterEurope faces "unprecedented risks" to its natural gas supply this winter after Russia cut off most pipeline shipments and...

New Study Examines Life Expectancy and Well-Being of Blacks in the US: NPR

Michel Martin of NPR talks with Andre Perry of the Brookings Institution about his study, "The Black Progress...

How Ukraine Ended One Of The World’s Largest Nuclear Power Plants: NPR

As part of the former Soviet Union, Ukraine was the site of nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons,...
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It’s official: America is an oligarchy

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The 9/11 elections in Sweden shocked intellectuals across the West. The Sweden Democrats, a nationalist-populist party founded in 1988 with neo-Nazi loyalties but...

Pelosi: Farmers need illegal immigrants ‘to pick the crops’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Florida farmers need illegal immigrants in their state to "pick the crops" during a news conference Friday."Right now, the...