President Biden is on an eight-day trip to Europe that will culminate in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. He will raise issues of cybersecurity, including his concern that Moscow is harboring hackers who have carried out damaging ransomware attacks against some of the United States’ most critical sectors.
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The superstar swimmer is pointed toward the Tokyo Olympics with a diploma, eight NCAA titles and a one-time stint as Mark Zuckerberg’s swim instructor.
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Over the past seven decades, Queen Elizabeth II has met almost every U.S. president, except for Lyndon Johnson, in venues including Balmoral Castle and baseball stadiums. Here are some highlights.
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The international soccer tournament, which President Jair Bolsonaro greenlit with little warning late last month, will begin Sunday in Brazil against a backdrop of controversy and fear.
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Michael Phelps may have retired, but Katie Ledecky and a cast of Rio veterans are in Omaha -— a year later than they planned -— with their sights on securing spots for Tokyo.
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Too many food programs focus on providing adequate calories rather than adequate nutrition, experts say.
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