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    Supporters of abortion rights and anti-abortion demonstrators gathered in Indianapolis earlier this year.
    CreditJamie Kelter Davis for The New York Times

    Is a Fetus a Person? An Anti-Abortion Strategy Says Yes.

    Fetal personhood, which confers legal rights from conception, is an effort to push beyond abortion bans and classify the procedure as murder. In Georgia, it also means a $3,000 tax credit.

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    CreditDave Sanders for The New York Times

    Eric Adams After Dark: A Private Table and Tarnished Friends

    New York’s mayor vowed to boost nightlife establishments in every corner of the city. But again and again, he returns to the same spot, run by friends with troubled pasts.

    By Sarah Maslin Nir and

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      A photo provided by the Russian government shows investigators at the site of a car bombing outside Moscow that killed a political commentator.
      CreditRussian Investigative Committee, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

      Brazen Attack Near Moscow Rattles Russians

      The daughter of a prominent ultranationalist, herself a hawkish commentator, was killed by a car bomb deep in Russian territory.

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