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Frederick Swann, Master of the Pipe Organ, Is Dead at 91

He drew the best from complex instruments at Riverside Church in Manhattan, at countless recitals and on the “Hour of Power” TV show.

Same-Sex Couple Households in U.S. Surpass One Million

A companion survey to the U.S. Census recorded 1.2 million same-sex couple households in 2021. About 60 percent of them were married.

Population Growth Is Making Hurricanes More Expensive

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, which ended this week, was one of the most destructive on record.

How Army Bases Were Named for Defeated Confederates

Most Confederates were ultimately pardoned for the crime of treason against the United States. Decades later, the Army began honoring them in southern states.

Biden Says He Is Willing to Talk to Putin About Ukraine, With Conditions

Showing a united front during a state visit, President Biden and President Emmanuel Macron of France affirmed their support for Ukraine ahead of a cold winter that will test the alliance.

Families of 3 Who Died Urge Airbnb to Require Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Both the Airbnb and VRBO rental businesses urge hosts to install detectors near sleeping areas, but do not require them.

Biden Wants South Carolina as First Primary State in 2024, Demoting Iowa

Michigan would become the fifth primary. The plan came as the president asked that “voters of color have a voice in choosing our nominee much earlier in the process.”

Trump Embraces Extremism as He Seeks to Reclaim Presidency

As he gets his presidential campaign underway, Donald J. Trump has aligned himself with forces that used to be outside the mainstream of American politics.

Appeals Court Scraps Special Master Review in Trump Documents Case

The panel’s decision removed a major obstacle to the Justice Department’s investigation into Mr. Trump’s handling of sensitive government documents.

Warnock Turns to Obama in Final Days of Georgia Runoff Campaign

As the former president rallied with Senator Raphael Warnock on Thursday, Mr. Warnock’s Republican opponent, Herschel Walker, faced new accusations of violent behavior.

Biden Administration Considers Migrant Restrictions Similar to Trump Policies

If adopted, the new prohibitions on who can request asylum could be paired with new procedures to allow migrants to come to the United States legally, according to people familiar with the plan.

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