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Sunday, November 27, 2022

Many of Donald Trump's potential 2024 rivals and some top Republicans have fallen silent on the former president's dinner with a notorious white supremacist ... read more


Twitter's radically reduced anti-propaganda team grappled on Sunday with a flood of nuisance content ... read more


WAPO Editorial Board: The mass shootings that plague this nation are a uniquely American jumble of contradictions. read more


Customers seeking help or information from the carrier must deal with an online chatbot, social media channels or WhatsApp. read more


More older Americans are living by themselves than ever before. That shift presents issues on housing, health care and personal finance. read more


Videos, shot by the Ukrainian brigades' hovering drones, depict Russians in the late stages of hypothermia, so cold and sick that they barely react when the drones drop lethal improvised bombs on them. read more


Around midnight on the Monday before Thanksgiving, 2,700 workers at United Furniture Industries in Mississippi got a text message that they were terminated immediately and barred from the workplace. "Your layoff from the company is expected to be permanent and all benefits will be terminated immediately without provision of COBRA," the company texted, denying employees a continuation of their health care benefits under federal law. read more


The greatest danger in American politics is not recognising that there are great dangers," [veteran Republican strategist Rick] Wilson, who lives in Florida, says in a phone interview. read more


Russia plans to stabilize the front in Ukraine this winter and "start anew in the spring." read more


Jelani Cobb, New Yorker: A platform that once represented the new frontier of digital democracy is being used by the world's richest man to troll us all. read more


Oil and gas workers, losing their jobs as fossil fuel investment wanes, find work in the wind energy business. read more


Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has resigned as head of the governing Democratic Progressive Party after its poor showing in local elections. read more


Just a couple days before the World Cup started, Qatar announced a ban on alcohol sales. Which created an awkward situation for Budweiser as the company had already shipped the alcohol to the venue. read more


Protests erupted across China on Saturday, including at universities and in Shanghai where hundreds chanted "Step down, Xi Jinping! Step down, Communist Party!" in an unprecedented show of defiance against the country's stringent and increasingly costly zero-Covid policy. read more


According to one high-profile member of the Republican House Freedom Caucus, current House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is getting ahead of himself by blanketing the conservative news outlets and boasting about what he plans to do when he is voted House speaker in January. read more


The easing of sanctions comes after the Venezuelan government and the opposition signed an accord to set up a UN-mandated fund. read more


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