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Trump Imposes New Sanctions on Venezuela

The test, Mr. Cutz said on Monday night, is whether the new sanctions prevent Russia and China from receiving Venezuelan oil as part of a debt repayment program. If so, he said, “that’s a pretty significant thing, and then the question is how Russia and China will respond, more than …

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Guests Artists Enliven the Mostly Mozart Festival

Louis Langrée, the music director of the Mostly Mozart Festival — now through 2023, Lincoln Center recently announced — has, during his nearly two-decade tenure, revitalized the festival’s orchestra impressively. Bringing in top-notch guest conductors has been central to his vision, and this year has been no exception. The eminent …

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Mets Sweep Doubleheader Against the Marlins

J. D. Davis, Michael Conforto and Pete Alonso homered in an electric seventh-inning rally, lifting the Mets over the visiting Miami Marlins, 5-4, on Monday night for a doubleheader sweep that moved them above .500 for the first time since early May. The Mets won the opener by 6-2 as …

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