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    Russian soldiers at a captured Ukrainian position near Schastia, a town in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine, in June.
    CreditAlexander Zemlianichenko/Associated Press

    Putin Orders a Sharp Expansion of Russia’s Hard-Hit Armed Forces

    The decree suggests that President Vladimir V. Putin expects a prolonged war in Ukraine, but he stopped short of full mobilization, and it was not clear how the military would reach his goal.

    By Anton Troianovski and

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      President Biden announced on Wednesday that the Education Department would forgive $10,000 in loan debt for borrowers with individual incomes of up to $125,000 or household incomes below $250,000.
      CreditAl Drago for The New York Times

      news analysis

      Biden’s Student Loan Plan Squarely Targets the Middle Class

      President Biden is offering what independent analysts suggest would be his most targeted assistance yet to middle-class workers — while trying to repair what he casts as a broken bridge to the middle class.



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