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How the war in Ukraine 'changed everything' for a generation of young Poles

For two years, this Washington island has grappled with the long reach of COVID

Finland and Sweden formally submit NATO membership applications

U.S. officials seek clarity on Turkey's view of NATO expansion

Scandal-plagued Rep. Madison Cawthorn is ousted in North Carolina primary

Fetterman wins Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary, GOP race is too close to call

Budd will face off against Beasley in North Carolina Senate contest, per AP race calls

NPR's Petra Mayer receives posthumous science fiction award

Buffalo's poet laureate calls for change

Netflix lays off 150 employees amid subscriber decline

Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today (May 17)

Eliminating fossil fuel air pollution would save about 50,000 lives, study finds

Zelenskyy urges Cannes filmmakers not to be silent

For businesses in Manhattan's Chinatown, inflation is a tough economic hurdle

Amber Heard is cross-examined about fights with Johnny Depp

Suspect faces multiple charges in a deadly California church shooting

A pro-Trump film suggests its data are so accurate, it solved a murder. That's false

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr paid off art school graduates' student loans

In wave after deadly wave, COVID has claimed 1 million lives in the U.S.

After a stroke blinded one eye, Frank Bruni focused on the future

South Carolina becomes the latest state to enact a transgender sports ban

U.N. and advocates raise concerns of abortion access for Ukrainian refugees in Poland

A dealer is sentenced to 17.5 years for his role in Mac Miller's fatal overdose

A suspect has been arrested in a Dallas salon shooting investigated as a hate crime

Hezbollah and its allies lose their majority in Lebanon's parliament

Elon Musk says doubt about spam accounts could doom Twitter deal

The military's UFO database now has info from about 400 reported incidents

Delaware State University to file a complaint with DOJ after bus search incident

The 'great replacement' conspiracy theory isn't fringe anymore, it's mainstream

Congressional candidate Alexandra Hunt wants you to look beyond her past