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Sir Harold Evans, crusading publisher and author, dies at 92

Sir Harold Evans, the charismatic publisher, author and muckraker who was a bold-faced name for decades for exposing wrongdoing in 1960s London to publishing such 1990s best-sellers as “Primary Colors,” has died, his wife said Thursday.

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California is ready to pull the plug on gas vehicles

California plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks in 15 years.

Nation & World

Utility equipment eyed as possible source of fire near LA

Federal investigators are looking into whether a huge wildfire near Los Angeles was sparked by Southern California Edison utility equipment.

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Broadband help passes on S. Carolina Legislature’s final day

The South Carolina General Assembly has wrapped up a most unusual 2020 session by passing a bill supporters said will help get high speed internet to hundreds of thousands of people in rural areas.

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Officials plead for calm amid anger over Breonna Taylor case

Authorities are pleading for calm while activists are vowing to fight on in Kentucky’s largest city after a gunman wounded two police officers during anguished protests over the decision not to charge officers for killing Breonna Taylor.

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Prada-Simons dialogue launches in virtual Milan preview

Milan designers skirted the line between the virtual and the physical, taking lessons learned in lockdown to create new collections that are relevant in a reshaped world.

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Trump niece files suit saying family cheated her of millions

President Donald Trump’s niece has followed up her best selling tell-all book with a lawsuit alleging that Trump and two of his siblings cheated her out of tens of millions of dollars.

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The Latest: 2 reporters arrested during Louisville protests

A newspaper publisher says two of the paper’s reporters were arrested during protests in Louisville after a grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

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Fraud, backlogs disrupt US unemployment benefit payments

Many American workers applying for unemployment benefits after being thrown out of a job by the coronavirus face a new complication: States’ efforts to prevent fraud have delayed or disrupted their payments.

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From quick shortcuts to slow cookers, how we’re eating now

In normal times, food trends often started in restaurants, with top chefs.

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Patriots owner Kraft cleared of massage parlor sex charge

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will not face trial on charges he paid for massage parlor sex.