Trump Visits a Construction Site in Manhattan Before His Trial Resumes

Hours before he was set to return to the courthouse for his criminal trial in Manhattan, former President Donald J. Trump started Thursday morning by visiting a construction site in a campaign stop that exemplified the balancing act required for a candidate who is also a criminal defendant. In the shadow of what will eventually […]

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Sainsbury’s set for ‘strong’ profit growth despite deliveries glitch

For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails Sainsbury’s has said it expects to deliver “strong” profit growth over the year ahead after cheering surging food sales by reining prices to help win customers from rivals.

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‘Nowhere Special’ Review: Old Bonds, New Family

“Nowhere Special” is an unusual, and unusually understated, parental tear-jerker in which a father prepares for the loss of his young son. The son isn’t going anywhere. But the father, a single dad, is dying, of an unspecified disease, and he’s at first eager, then later a little desperate, to get his boy placed with

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Wall Street’s Patience for a Costly A.I. Arms Race Is Waning

Meta’s A.I. bet tests investors’ patience Meta just reported its best-ever first-quarter earnings. But for investors, that’s not enough — and that’s a warning to other tech giants set to announce their own financial results in the coming days. Shares in the parent company of Facebook and Instagram are down 15 percent in premarket trading

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Mum’s warning after son’s cancer detected through tiny unusual glow in his eye

Sign up to our free Living Well email for advice on living a happier, healthier and longer life Live your life healthier and happier with our free weekly Living Well newsletter A mum has issued a warning to other parents after spotting her son’s cancer after seeing an unusual glow in his eye. Megan Brimson,

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Middle East Crisis: U.N. Official Presses for Urgent Action on Gaza Aid

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said on Wednesday that protests at U.S. universities against Israel’s war in Gaza were “horrific” and should be stopped, using his first public comments on the subject to castigate the student demonstrators and portray them as antisemitic. Mr. Netanyahu’s comments could harden division over the demonstrations. They could also

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Juggling Campaign and Foreign Policy, Biden Sends Complicated Messages

That left Jake Sullivan, the president’s national security adviser, in the awkward position of declining to say whether Mr. Orban is a dictator. “I’m not going to speak on behalf of the Biden campaign,” he told reporters at a briefing. “You should direct those questions to the campaign.” He did express “our deep concerns about

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Biden, Seeking to Build on Fruitful Week, Will Announce Billions in Chip Grants

President Biden, seeking to capitalize on a week of favorable political developments, plans to announce on Thursday that his administration will provide up to $6.1 billion in grants to Micron Technology, the latest federal award intended to shore up the nation’s domestic supply of semiconductors. Micron will use the grants to help build two leading-edge

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The National Enquirer, Reeling From Trump, Still Can’t Find a Buyer

For five years, the owner of The National Enquirer has been trying to find a buyer to take it off its hands. But repeated attempts at a sale have turned into a tabloid-worthy saga of its own. The embattled publication is back in the spotlight because of the hush-money trial of former president Donald J.

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Shelley Duvall Vanished From Hollywood. She’s Been Here the Whole Time.

What made her so captivating then (the film critic Pauline Kael called her the “female Buster Keaton”) still exists: a raw honesty, an intuitive quality and a winsome Texas drawl. “I remember, on ‘Saturday Night Live,’” Mr. Gilroy said, “they did a joke in which they were in some kind of room and you could

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