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1. How US Chips Continue to End Up in Russian Missiles


Defying sanctions, Russia has obtained nearly $4 billion in restricted chips since the war began in Ukraine. Many were shipped through a cluster of shell companies in Hong Kong.
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2. Halting the Bird Flu Outbreak in Cows May Require Thinking Beyond Milk


A new study paints a complex picture of the outbreak, suggesting that the virus could be spreading in multiple ways and that it is not always mild in cows.
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3. Book Prompts Investigation Into Nashville’s Unsolved Civil Rights-Era Bombings


The mayor of Nashville, Freddie O’Connell, asked the police to investigate three bombings after a book said that the attacks were tied to racist terrorism.
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4. New York Bans Realistic Active Shooter Drills in Schools


The state is adding restrictions meant to make lockdown drills less scary for children, and will also require schools to notify parents about the exercises ahead of time.
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5. New York Seeks to Make School Lockdown Drills Less Traumatic


The state is adding restrictions meant to make lockdown drills less scary for children, and will also require schools to notify parents about the exercises ahead of time.
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6. Fossil Hints That Jurassic Mammals Lived Slow and Died Old


Scientists found an unexpected aging pattern in a mostly intact juvenile mammal skeleton from the paleontological period.
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7. Black Sororities and Fraternities Line Up Behind Kamala Harris


A united “Divine Nine” could be a formidable political advantage as the vice president, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, looks to shore up the Democratic base.
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8. From Online Drug Lord to Crypto Entrepreneur, Blake Benthall Is Back in Business


After Blake Benthall was arrested for running Silk Road 2.0, the infamous illegal drug bazaar, things didn’t go the way you might expect.
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9. Not Afraid of Sharks? Well, Now They’re on Cocaine.


Researchers have confirmed the presence of cocaine in sharks off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, though questions remain about the effects of the drug.
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10. A Kamala Harris Presidency Could Mean More of the Same on A.I. Regulation


The presumptive Democratic nominee has won concessions from Big Tech leaders on A.I., but she hasn’t successfully pushed Congress to regulate.
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11. A Disease That Makes Children Age Rapidly Gets Closer to a Cure


Progress in the quest to help progeria patients suggests that gene editing techniques may help treat other ultrarare conditions.
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12. Secrets Emerge From a Fossil’s Taco Shell-Like Cover


An examination of an aquatic, shrimplike creature that lived half a billion years ago offers insight into how arthropods with mandibles became so common.
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13. Alphabet Reports 29% Jump in Profit as A.I. Efforts Begin to Pay Off


Google’s parent company narrowly topped revenue and profit expectations, driven by its search engine and cloud unit, and it said A.I. investments were “driving new growth.”
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14. Alphabet Reports a 29% Jump in Profit


Google’s parent company narrowly topped revenue and profit expectations, driven by its search engine, while growth in YouTube ad sales fell short.
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15. Tesla Q2 Earnings Report Reveals 45% Profit Drop Amid Weak E.V. Sales


The company led by Elon Musk is selling fewer electric cars, and its big bets on driverless taxis and artificial intelligence could take many years to pay off.
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16. G.M. Will Restart Cruise Taxi Operations


General Motors said the self-driving division’s cars will run in Dallas, Houston and Phoenix after an accident last year. Human drivers will supervise the cars.
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17. Mark Zuckerberg Stumps for ‘Open Source’ A.I.


The chief executive of Meta said in an open letter that it was important that the technology was not controlled by a handful of giant companies — including his own.
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18. Reality Show Contestant Apologizes After Eating Protected Bird in New Zealand


A contestant on the reality show “Race to Survive: New Zealand” killed and ate a weka during filming. The contestant, who said he was hungry, has apologized for “disrespecting New Zealand.”
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19. Transportation Department to Investigate Delta After Flight Delays


Pete Buttigieg, the transportation secretary, made the announcement after the airline suspended travel for unaccompanied minors.
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20. G.M. Will Restart Cruise Taxi Service


General Motors said the self-driving division’s cars will operate in Dallas, Houston and Phoenix after an accident last year. Human drivers will supervise the cars.
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