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The last Ukrainian forces holed up in Mariupol's smashed Azovstal steelworks surrendered on Friday, Russia's defense ministry said, ending the most destructive siege of the war as Moscow fought to cement control over the Donbas region.
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U.S. President Joe Biden and his South Korean counterpart, Yoon Suk-yeol, will discuss nuclear cooperation and the threat posed by North Korea during their first bilateral meeting on Saturday, a U.S. official said.
- US STOCKSWall Street ends mixed after punishing week, article with video
The S&P 500 avoided closing in a bear market and along with the Nasdaq logged a seventh straight week of losses, the indices' longest losing streak since the dotcom bubble ended in 2001. The Dow suffered its eighth consecutive weekly decline, its longest since 1932.
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Elon Musk has made a name for himself and Tesla by breaking the rules, but the billionaire's latest comments on politics and a claim of sexual harassment against him that he said is untrue may hurt the brand in the eyes of some car owners and employees.
Scenes from the war in Ukraine
Two years into the COVID pandemic, the U.S. is grieving a once unthinkable death toll