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Prices Jumped 5% in May From Year Earlier, Stoking Debate in Washington
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Hunting Leaks, Trump Officials Focused on Democrats in Congress

Hunting Leaks, Trump Officials Focused on Democrats in Congress

By Katie Benner, Nicholas Fandos, Michael S. Schmidt and Adam Goldman

The Justice Department seized records from Apple for metadata of House Intelligence Committee members, their aides and family members.

Prices Jumped 5% in May From Year Earlier, Stoking Debate in Washington

Prices Jumped 5% in May From Year Earlier, Stoking Debate in Washington

By Jeanna Smialek

The Consumer Price Index showed the strongest year-over-year reading since 2008, and a core index popped the most since 1992.

America May Be 'Back' in Europe, but How Much Has Really Changed?

America May Be 'Back' in Europe, but How Much Has Really Changed?

By Mark Landler

Despite the feel-good imagery expected to be on display at the G7 meeting, many Europeans suspect that President Biden is little more interested in give-and-take than was his predecessor.

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Starbucks, Flush With Customers, Is Running Low on Ingredients

Business

Starbucks, Flush With Customers, Is Running Low on Ingredients

By Julie Creswell

At locations across the country, there have been complaints about shortages of key ingredients for popular drinks, breakfast foods and even cups, lids and straws.

TED Talks Won't Treat Your Depression

Opinion | Guest Essay

TED Talks Won't Treat Your Depression

By Jesse Singal

A myopic but seductive worldview has caught on among many influential people — and it might be hindering our ability to solve real-world problems.

Today's Videos

Videos Show 'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse at Sunrise

Video Video: Videos Show 'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse at Sunrise

By The Associated Press and Reuters

The sun was almost completely blotted out by the moon just after sunrise on Thursday, creating a "ring of fire." Solar eclipses happen every couple of years.

3 Dead in Florida Supermarket Shooting

Video Video: 3 Dead in Florida Supermarket Shooting

By Reuters and The Associated Press

A shooting at a Publix supermarket in Royal Palm Beach, Fla., on Thursday, left three people dead, including a child, according to local authorities.

Biden Pledges Vaccine Aid to Tackle Global Coronavirus Crisis

Video Video: Biden Pledges Vaccine Aid to Tackle Global Coronavirus Crisis

By Reuters

President Biden announced on Thursday that the United States would donate doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to 100 countries over the next year in an effort to address the global coronavirus vaccine shortage.

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