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Whitney Houston's estate made a deal that includes plans for a hologram tour, an album of unreleased recordings and a Vegas-style extravaganza https://t.co/DGECuVpSKi
Dutee Chand, a champion sprinter from India, became the country’s first openly gay professional athlete. “I have always believed that everyone should have the freedom to love,” she said. https://t.co/uwp4CHhTFF
Robert F. Smith, the richest black man in America, was giving the commencement address to the graduating class of Morehouse College when he said he would be paying off the student loans of the roughly 400 graduates https://t.co/RkQyfkvTVe
Islamic State militants have rioted at a prison at a high-security prison just outside the capital in Tajikistan, killing 3 prison guards and 29 inmates https://t.co/AA5va4SWqH
In search of ancient Morocco https://t.co/Zz3u7IMtyn
The Syrian military and its allies have begun a violent campaign to recapture the last province in the country still under opposition control, where the government has gradually cornered rebels, extremists and civilians alike https://t.co/Pg9jYlOt4H
The series finale of "Game of Thrones" confirmed that this is no longer the show most fans signed up for https://t.co/Jp9Q8o7PdI
The Chinese government directly — and often secretly — engages in political activity in Australia https://t.co/MFBuxTnmhT
A Champions League restructuring and a looming fight with Manchester City have UEFA’s Aleksander Ceferin sitting atop a soccer economy that feels as if it’s pulling itself apart https://t.co/TkdKtFQvf0
The polls closed on Sunday in India for the world’s biggest election. Here’s what to look out for until the results are announced on Thursday. https://t.co/T6i2xXrXbO
What does holding onto grudges really get us? And what could we gain from giving them up?
President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, have decided to take a businessman’s approach to Middle East peace. The U.S. will hold an “economic workshop” in Bahrain next month to produce strategies to invest in the Palestinians and other Arabs. https://t.co/nTg2N4lB0j
Preparing workers for tech jobs is hailed as the great employment hope of the future. But programs remain mostly small scale, and expansion has complications. https://t.co/rKNCmeTVUk
Morning briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/PwSocwQFs6
Japan reported a surprising economic upswing in the first 3 months of the year, but the sunny figures belied continuing weaknesses that threaten the country’s prospects https://t.co/yf31andirr
Ruchir Sharma writes, "In Delhi every politician is wedded to big government, and there is no constituency for free-market reform. I kept hoping for Reagan, and India kept electing Bernie Sanders."
75 years after D-Day, planes took off for a weeklong, trans-Atlantic flight, in a "never seen before" World War II commemoration https://t.co/BAXVor7G1Z
Rahm Emanuel, Chicago's blunt-talking mayor, leaves office on Monday when Lori Lightfoot arrives, but he is not slipping away quietly https://t.co/1NXr2RAcTp
Robert Mnuchin, the U.S. treasury secretary’s father, a New York art dealer, paid a record price last week for a work by a living artist. But for whom? https://t.co/5jTrDXDAm3
It used to be something of a mini-scandal when a president was caught cursing in public. But Trump's is the profanity presidency, full of 4-letter denunciations of his enemies. https://t.co/pmsjp9ulTb
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