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Should Democrats again bet big on GOP election opponents?

WASHINGTON – Winning an election is no easy feat. Candidates and their campaigns raise millions of dollars, knock on tens of thousands of doors, show up at dozens of pancake breakfasts and city halls, and send out tons of letters. In this election cycle, some Democrats have adopted a riskier strategy of helping their Republican

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Newly discovered Egyptian tunnel may be linked to Cleopatra’s long-lost tomb

Egyptian archaeologists say they have discovered a previously hidden ancient tunnel that some believe could lead to a long-lost tomb. Queen Cleopatra. Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities of Egypt announced last week that the Egyptian Dominican Archaeological Mission of the University of San Domingo discovered an approximately 4,300-foot tunnel about 40 feet underground in the

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UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak regrets appointment of minister accused of bullying

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Wednesday expressed regret over the appointment of a disgraced ally whose resignation sparked criticism of the new leader’s political judgment. Gavin Williamson resigned late Tuesday from Sunak’s new government following accusations that he sent threatening messages to lawmakers and former colleagues. Sunak called Williamson a versatile aide and politician

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Central bank forecasts have been ‘terribly wrong’ in the past

Australian newspaper Washington correspondent Adam Creighton says it’s in the interest of central banks and treasuries to claim a soft landing, but we know from their predictions in recent years that “they were horribly wrong.” “I think the best instruction on this is history and there is usually a hard landing,” he told Sky News

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What UN scientists say about climate change

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How will 5G change Europe for the better?

The adoption of 5G is gaining momentum in Europe, leading many to wonder how this new generation of mobile technology will change the way we live, work and interact in Europe. A planned successor to 4G mobile networks, 5G rollout is in progress and infrastructure is being built. There are already 214 5G networks, most

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