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Eight Killed in Terror Attack in New York A1

Eight people were killed and at least a dozen injured when a truck mowed down pedestrians and cyclists on a lower Manhattan bike path in what officials said was a “cowardly act of terror,” the deadliest attack in New York City since Sept. 11, 2001.

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Disclosure of Papadopoulos’s Email Hunt Sheds Light on Quest for Clinton ‘Dirt’ A2

Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos’s plea deal shows his effort to get stolen emails from Russian contacts began well before the public was aware that Democratic Party systems had been hacked.

World

New York Attack Underlines Central Asia as Growing Source of Terrorism A5

The attack in New York has accentuated the growing threat presented by jihadi-inspired terrorism from Central Asia, the onetime Soviet region where little economic opportunity and less political freedom have combined to drive young men toward radicalism.

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New Jersey and Alaska Sue Purdue Pharma for Opioid Marketing A8A

New Jersey and Alaska have sued Purdue Pharma LP, alleging in separate lawsuits that the drugmaker used deceptive marketing tactics to push prescriptions of opioid painkillers, fueling an addiction crisis and costing the states millions of dollars.

Life & Arts

Buyer Beware: Looted Antiquities Flood Online Sites Like Amazon, Facebook A9

A flood of potentially stolen art objects from the Middle East is showing up on Amazon, eBay, Facebook and WhatsApp, often ensnaring unsuspecting buyers

Opinion

Trump and the ‘Russia Racket’ A13

How a rival power became the American political class’s land of opportunism.

Business & Finance

Senators Press Tech Officials Over Missed Signs of Russia Influence B1

Executives from Facebook, Twitter and Google were asked to explain why they didn’t recognize Russia-linked accounts earlier, as the officials struck a contrite tone about the role their platforms played in stoking political tensions during the 2016 campaign.

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