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Passengers Facing Hefty Hire Car Bills Count Cost of Rail Strikes
United Air to Exit JFK Airport After Dispute Over Expansion
Tesla Is Set to Hit Delivery Record in Rebound From Supply Strains
American Airlines Says the Quiet Part Out Loud at Antitrust Trial
Tesla Shows Latest Robot Prototype With Opposable Thumbs
Activision’s Compliance Chief Steps Down Ahead of Microsoft Deal
India Enters 5G Era as Debt-Laden Carriers Gird to Spend Billions
Green Party Calls for Wealth Tax to ‘Create More Equal Society’
Guinea Removed as Host of 2025 African Cup in Latest Switch
Robinhood Is Closing More Offices With Its Growth Plans Thwarted
Inflation Is Hampering Single Americans Looking for Love
David Geffen Hall Offers a Dramatic New Home for NY Philharmonic
Cinema Opens in Kashmir City After 14 Years But Few Turn Up
The UK’s Total Nightmare of a Week Makes History
Why I’m Glad to Be Living in Crisis Britain
The Biggest Threat to Democracy and Peace Is Thuggishness
Cash Retakes Its Crown as the Fed Wrestles With Inflation
Destino da Amazônia está em jogo na eleição brasileira
The World Sees Brazil’s Election as a Climate Flashpoint. Brazilians Have Other Concerns
Daily Mirror Sorry After Mistaking Man for Chancellor Kwarteng
Michigan Women Fight to Preserve Abortion, One Chat at a Time
Hurricane Fiona Pummeled Puerto Rico’s Crops—But Not Those Grown Indoors
Ian Latest: Weaker Storm Brings Rain, Flash Floods to Carolinas
Death Toll From Hurricane Ian Likely to Take Weeks to Finalize
NYC Arranges $225 Million in Debt Relief for Taxi Drivers
Roofs Blown Off, Trees Mangled: Floridians Pick Up After Ian
Solana Says Successfully Completed Cluster Restart After Outage
Does Crypto Owe Anyone an Apology After $2 Trillion Slump?
How Did Bitcoin Fare in September?
Different kinds of rice are displayed at a grain store in New Delhi on May 11.
Agnieszka de Sousa
From Canada’s bumper wheat crop to new trade routes for US nut exporters, and more on the rice outlook, here’s a snapshot of recent key food stories from around the world: