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Lindsey Vonn: A Dominant Career in Photos

Vonn retired on Sunday at 34, capping a career that featured unprecedented World Cup accomplishments and gave her legitimate celebrity status.

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Finnish Volunteers ‘Very Likely’ Participated in Killing of Jews in WWII

A report commissioned by Finland’s government found that volunteers in Nazi Germany’s Waffen-SS “very likely took part in the killing of Jews, other civilians and prisoners of war.”

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For Virginia Governor Grappling With Race, a Childhood Trying to See Beyond It

Ralph Northam’s early life, growing up in Virginia’s rural Eastern Shore, provides clues about how his perspectives on race were shaped.

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Cryptocurrency Was Their Way Out of South Korea’s Lowest Rungs. They’re Still Trying.

A generation of the young with dead-end social and economic prospects, calling themselves ‘dirt spoons,’ aimed to strike it rich. They’ve ended up with big losses.

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Video of Emirati Princess Offers Clues About Her Disappearance

Sheikha Latifa, the daughter of Dubai’s ruler, tried to flee the United Arab Emirates in March. A video she made before her unsuccessful escape has more than two million views on YouTube.

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On Soccer: Manchester City Delivered a Lesson. Will Chelsea Learn This Time?

A 6-0 thumping by Manchester City led to renewed talk that Chelsea would fire its manager, that it would start over again. But change isn’t always the answer.

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Prosecutor Drops Abortion Charge in Queens Murder Case, Stirring Debate

The decision roused anti-abortion campaigners who are critical of a new law that decriminalized abortion in New York State.

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Tide Detergent to Clean the Subway? Cuomo Mocked It, but Riders Just Want Solutions

The dust-up between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the M.T.A. was barely noticed by riders who say all they want are cleaner and more efficient subways.

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