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World leaders gathered in New York this week for the U.N. General Assembly, even as Putin escalated the war in Ukraine. CNN breaks down what you need to know. Meanwhile, the Guardian reports on the humanitarian toll of the floods in Pakistan.
Insider identifies 72 Congress members who violated stock-trading law. A bipartisan group of lawmakers wants to toughen the rules.
After a career that included 20 Grand Slam titles and 310 weeks as world No. 1, tennis great Roger Federer plays his last match tonight. Sports Illustrated offers a look at his legacy.
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