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May 2021 Week 2


KHERSON, Ukraine — Exclusive drone footage of the collapsed Ukrainian dam and surrounding villages under Russian occupation showed the ruined structure falling into the flooded river, hundreds of submerged homes, greenhouses, even a church — and no evidence of an attack from above, as Russia alleges.

NEW YORK — Massive fires are burning up stretches of Canadian forests and sending plumes of smoke into the U.

WASHINGTON — Most transplanted hearts are from donors who are brain dead, but new research shows a different approach can be just as successful and boost the number of available organs.

ALBANY – New York State Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris announced on June 8 that the State Senate passed his new legislation (S.

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday issued a surprising 5-4 ruling in favor of Black voters in a congressional redistricting case, ordering the creation of a second district with a large Black population.

A growing shortage of common cancer treatments is forcing doctors to switch medications and delaying some care, prominent U.

NEW YORK — On air quality maps, purple signifies the worst of it.

NEW YORK - From the east, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts opens its arms to Manhattan, its iconic plaza cascading down seamlessly onto the sidewalk.

NICOSIA - In an incident captured on video, two Greek-Cypriot men were taken into custody over an attack on a 25-year-old Turkish-Cypriot woman in the popular resort town of Ayia Napa.

Now that the dust has settled from the hoopla of King Charles III’s coronation, is it time, perhaps, for the Greek nation to consider a return to constitutional monarchy? Is it time to correct a pettiness that included designating Greece’s last king as persona non grata; expropriating the royal family’s estates in 1994; and annulling their passports? This pettiness, extended to denying its former king a state burial in 2023, was on display for so many reigning foreign heads of state who attended Constantine II’s funeral.


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