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Mar 02, 2021

Texas Drops Its Virus Restrictions as a Wave of Reopenings Takes Hold
As coronavirus cases fall, states are rescinding mask mandates and reopening businesses and schools, prompting people to emerge after months of isolation despite uncertainty about the pandemic's future.

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Mar 02, 2021

He Was the Hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda.' Now He's Accused of Terrorism.
Long hailed for his bravery during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Paul Rusesabagina is now charged with being an insurgent leader. Did Rwanda change, or did he?

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Mar 02, 2021

At Least 13 Killed in Crash in Southern California, Officials Say
The crash, involving an S.U.V. and a tractor-trailer, took place near Holtville, Calif., about 40 miles west of the Arizona border.

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Mar 02, 2021

Chef's Choice: A Dreamy Menu, Inspired by Italy
Sometimes, indulging a whim results in the finest of dinners. For David Tanis, that means a luxurious baked pasta and cookies for dessert.

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Mar 02, 2021

Love Factory: Becoming a Social Media Star in China
Livestreaming your life to a devoted audience is big business. A new short film explores what happens when the cameras are off.

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Mar 02, 2021

How Sexual Assault Allegations Have Divided Mexico's Governing Party
Mexico's president has stood by a candidate accused of sexual assault. The case is testing the president's promises of justice and equality for all.

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Mar 02, 2021

How Green Are Electric Vehicles?
In short: Very green. But plug-in cars still have environmental effects. Here's a guide to the main issues and how they might be addressed.

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Mar 02, 2021

Biden is Talking About Unions. Amazon Doesn't Want to Hear.
The unionization struggle at a year-old warehouse in Alabama will help shape the future of work.

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Mar 02, 2021

Supreme Court Seems Ready to Sustain Arizona Voting Limits
The case was the court's first on the key remaining provision of the Voting Rights Act in the context of voting restrictions.

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Mar 02, 2021

My Coronavirus Vaccine, a Love Story
I spent my life covering wars, but this battle was fought at home.

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Mar 02, 2021

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Mar 02, 2021

At Least 15 Killed in Crash in Southern California, Officials Say
The crash, involving an S.U.V. and a tractor-trailer, took place in the area of El Centro, Calif., about 60 miles west of the Arizona border.

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Mar 02, 2021

Gonzaga May Miss March's Madness
Gonzaga finally has the most dominant team in college basketball and a shot at a national championship. But what could be a historic run has none of the trappings of the N.C.A.A. tournament's usual fanfare.

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Mar 02, 2021

Vaccine Passports, Covid's Next Political Flash Point
A world divided between the vaccinated and unvaccinated promises relief for economies and families, but the ethical and practical risks are high.

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Mar 02, 2021

Aretha Franklin's Estate Signs Tentative Deal Over Back Taxes Owed
While the estate continues to dispute the amount sought by the I.R.S., it has agreed to pay or put aside the bulk of its earnings from royalties and other revenue streams.

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Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Leader and D.C. Power Broker, Dies at 85
Mr. Jordan, who was selected to head the National Urban League while still in his 30s, counseled presidents and business leaders.

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Mar 02, 2021

‘It Should Not Be This Hard': When Family Members Provide the Care
Readers respond to an Op-Ed essay urging increased support for the millions of Americans providing such assistance.

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Mar 02, 2021

How Do Virus Variants Get Their Names?
B.1.351 may sound sweet to a molecular epidemiologist, but what's the alternative, other than stigmatizing geographical names?

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Mar 02, 2021

The Biden and Romney Family Plans Go Too Far
A policy that sustains people in joblessness is not ultimately anti-poverty.

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Mar 02, 2021

My Vaccine, a Love Story
I spent my life covering wars, but this battle was fought at home.

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Mar 02, 2021

Farther, Faster and No Sweat: Bike-Sharing and the E-Bike Boom
Social-distancing, sustainability and accessibility helped accelerate e-biking during the pandemic, and the trend is showing up in urban bike-sharing programs.

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Mar 02, 2021

Volvo Will Convert to Electric Vehicles Faster Than Its Rivals: Live Updates


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Mar 02, 2021

6 Dr. Seuss Books Will No Longer Be Published Over Offensive Images
The company that oversees the children's author's estate said that the titles contained depictions of groups that were "hurtful and wrong."

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Mar 02, 2021

Hundreds of Girls Kidnapped From Nigerian School Are Freed, Official Says
It was the second time in less than a week that gunmen in the country had released kidnapped schoolchildren.

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Mar 02, 2021

Book Review: ‘Later,' by Stephen King
Stephen King's new novel, "Later," is something of a hybrid of genres: part detective tale, part thriller, with a horror story filling in the seams.

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Mar 02, 2021

How the Cookbooks of 2020 Tell the Stories of Our Pandemic Kitchens
From beans and baking projects to vegan and global recipes, the year's best sellers show the ways home cooking changed, and what may lie ahead.

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Mar 02, 2021

Reversing Trump, Interior Department Moves Swiftly on Climate Change
As Deb Haaland, President Biden's choice for Interior secretary, heads toward a showdown vote, the department she would head is moving ahead on environmental policies.

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Mar 02, 2021

How to Help a Teen Out of a Homework Hole
The more students fall behind in the pandemic, the less likely they are to feel that they can catch up.

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Mar 02, 2021

The Grocery Store of the Mind
Vicarious food shopping, from collectible Mini Brands to "Supermarket Sweep," simulates a lost pleasure.

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Mar 02, 2021

Merck to Help Make Johnson & Johnson Vaccine After White House Deal
The first detailed studies of the so-called P.1 variant show how it spread in the Amazonian city of Manaus. Here's the latest Covid-19 news.

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Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Activist and D.C. Power Broker, Dies at 85
Mr. Jordan, who was selected to head the Urban League while still in his 30s, counseled presidents and business leaders.

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Mar 02, 2021

U.S. Accuses Russian Intelligence of Poisoning Navalny


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Mar 02, 2021

Defective Birth Control in Chile Blamed for Scores of Unplanned Pregnancies
The public health system delivered, and then quietly recalled, 276,890 potentially flawed packets of birth control pills. At least 140 women believe they got pregnant because of the error.

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Mar 02, 2021

The Good Samaritan on Trial for Terrorism
Long hailed for his bravery during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Paul Rusesabagina is now charged with being an insurgent leader. Did Rwanda change, or did he?

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Mar 02, 2021

What to Know About California's Plan to Reopen Schools
Tuesday: Lawmakers unveiled a long-negotiated deal for reopening schools, but not everyone is on board.

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Mar 02, 2021

New Technique Reveals Centuries of Secrets in Locked Letters
M.I.T. researchers have devised a virtual-reality technique that lets them read old letters that were mailed not in envelopes but in the writing paper itself after being folded into elaborate enclosures.

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Mar 02, 2021

Biden to Meet Senate Democrats on Stimulus Plan
President Biden will call into a meeting of fellow party members as the Senate prepares to take up the $1.9 trillion relief plan. They are expected to discuss possible changes to the bill because Democrats cannot afford to lose any votes in the closely divided chamber.

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Mar 02, 2021

Criminal Inquiries Loom Over al-Assad's Use of Chemical Arms in Syria
Investigations in France and Germany could lead to prosecutions of President Bashar al-Assad and members of his upper echelon over one of the Syrian war's signature atrocities.

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Mar 02, 2021

The Daily: What's In the Biden Administration's Stimulus Package?
As the Senate prepares to vote on President Biden's first major piece of legislation, we look at the partisan debate that has erupted around it.

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Mar 02, 2021

Smith & Wesson Fights a Case in New Jersey. Gun Control Could Be the Winner.
A case in New Jersey about Smith & Wesson's advertising could expose secrets that the industry would prefer to keep hidden.

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Mar 02, 2021

The Future of Voting Rights
And what else you need to know today.

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Mar 02, 2021

The $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Plan
As the Senate prepares to vote on President Biden's first major piece of legislation, we look at the partisan debate that has erupted around it.

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Mar 02, 2021

Coronavirus Variant Found in Brazil Can Cause Reinfection, Study Shows
The first detailed studies of the so-called P.1 variant show how it spread in the Amazonian city of Manaus. Here's the latest Covid-19 news.

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Mar 02, 2021

Cuomo Lies Low, One Year After New York's First Covid-19 Case
After drawing praise for his leadership early in the pandemic, the governor is embroiled in several scandals.

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Mar 02, 2021

A Year After New York's First Covid-19 Case, Cuomo Lies Low
After drawing praise for his leadership early in the pandemic, the governor is embroiled in several scandals.

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Mar 02, 2021

Volvo Plans to Sell Only Electric Cars by 2030
It plans to convert its entire lineup to battery power by 2030, phasing out internal combustion engine vehicles faster than other automakers.

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Mar 02, 2021

The Military's Extremism Problem Is Our Problem
Yes, veterans were involved in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. But this isn't just the military's problem to solve.

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Mar 02, 2021

Colleges That Require Virus-Screening Tech Struggle to Say Whether It Works
Many schools that use fever scanners and symptom checkers have not rigorously studied if the technology has slowed the spread of Covid-19 on campuses.

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Mar 02, 2021

Amazon Workers' Union Drive Reaches Far Beyond Alabama
A vote on whether to form a union at the e-commerce giant's warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., has become a labor showdown, drawing the attention of N.F.L. players, and the White House.

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Mar 02, 2021

New Technique Unfolds Centuries of Secrets in Locked Letters
M.I.T. researchers have devised a virtual-reality technique that lets them read old letters that were mailed not in envelopes but in the writing paper itself after being folded into elaborate enclosures.

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Mar 02, 2021

In Their Own Words: Why Experts Say Elementary Schools Should Open
With proper safety measures, doctors and scientists said in a survey, the benefits outweigh the risks.

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Mar 02, 2021

Miami Says It Can Adapt to Rising Seas. Not Everyone Is Convinced.
Officials have a new plan to manage rising water. Succeed or fail, it will very likely become a case study for other cities facing climate threats.

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Mar 02, 2021

Will the Supreme Court Gut the Voting Rights Act?
The court is being asked how hard it should be for states to pass what might be voter-suppression laws.

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Mar 02, 2021

Biden Is Saying Things Amazon Doesn't Want to Hear
The unionization struggle at a year-old warehouse in Alabama will help shape the future of work.

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Mar 02, 2021

Defective Birth Control Blamed for Scores of Unwanted Pregnancies in Chile
The public health system delivered, and then quietly recalled, 276,890 potentially flawed packets of birth control pills. At least 140 women believe they got pregnant because of the error.

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Mar 02, 2021

Put Working Families at the Front of the Line for Help
A policy that sustains people in joblessness is not ultimately anti-poverty.

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Mar 02, 2021

A Farm-to-Table Reprieve From the Punishment of Prison Food
In Maine, inmates are growing vegetables and making meals from scratch to replace the deadly diets they have long been served.

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Mar 02, 2021

A Better Way to Think About Conspiracies
People will always be interested in conspiracy theories. They need a tool kit for discriminating among different fringe ideas.

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Mar 02, 2021

Cuomo Could Be Compelled to Testify in Sexual-Harassment Inquiry
The attorney general's investigation into the governor will give her far-ranging subpoena powers to request documents and call witnesses.

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Mar 02, 2021

Book Review: ‘Foregone,' by Russell Banks
In "Foregone," by Russell Banks, an aging filmmaker reveals to his wife and the world secrets about his past.

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Mar 02, 2021

What a More Responsible Republican Party Would Look Like
The conservative wonk Ramesh Ponnuru and Ezra Klein discuss child allowances, Trump's legacy and the future of the G.O.P.

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Mar 02, 2021

Late Night Recaps CPAC and the Golden Globes
The conference was billed as the largest and most influential gathering of conservatives in the world, Stephen Colbert said on Monday. "That's if you don't count their last gathering" at the Capitol.

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Mar 02, 2021

Why These 2 N.Y.C. Mayoral Candidates Are on a Collision Course
Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, and Ray McGuire, a former Citi executive, have become fast rivals in the New York City mayoral race.

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Mar 02, 2021

Once Upon a Time on Mars
A dune buggy is about to set off on behalf of its human owners to fulfill a primordial yearning.

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Mar 02, 2021

As U.S. Begins to Reopen, Some Officials Worry It's Too Soon
Medical experts cited various factors behind the 30 percent drop in the country's screening in recent weeks. Here's the latest pandemic news.

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Mar 02, 2021

Hundreds of Girls Abducted From Nigerian School Are Freed, Official Says
The return of more than 300 girls marked the second time in less than a week that gunmen in the country had released kidnapped schoolchildren.

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Mar 01, 2021

Biggie Smalls, the Human Behind the Legend
The new Netflix documentary "Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell" captures the rapper before fame, and history, got hold of him.

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Mar 01, 2021

VCU Fraternity is Suspended After Death of Student
Virginia Commonwealth University said it had suspended its Delta Chi chapter after Adam Oakes, 19, was found dead at an off-campus party where he was reportedly blindfolded and given alcohol.

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Mar 01, 2021

Virus Variant in Brazil Infected Many Who Had Already Recovered From Covid-19
The first detailed studies of the so-called P.1 variant show how it devastated a Brazilian city. Now scientists want to know what it will do elsewhere.

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Mar 01, 2021

Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Recalls Being Shot and Cradling ‘Guardian Angel' Dog
Ryan Fischer wrote on Instagram about his "recovery from a very close call with death."

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Mar 01, 2021

U.S. Is Edging Toward Normal, Alarming Some Officials
Medical experts cited various factors behind the 30 percent drop in the country's screening in recent weeks. Here's the latest pandemic news.

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Mar 01, 2021

Why Democrats Aren't Asking Cuomo to Resign
The diminishing power of MeToo.

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Mar 01, 2021

Cuomo Accused of Unwanted Advance at a Wedding: ‘Can I Kiss You?'
The young woman's account follows two separate accusations that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed two female state employees.

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Mar 01, 2021

Leader of Texas Utility Regulator Resigns After Extensive Storm Outages
DeAnn T. Walker, the chairwoman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, had been caught in a tide of fury that swelled after millions were left without power.

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Mar 01, 2021

High Turnover at Nursing Homes Threatens Residents' Care
A new study highlights the persistent problems caused by an unstable work force, an underlying threat that may have led to staggering death tolls in the pandemic.

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Mar 01, 2021

Biden Seeks Help on Border From Mexican President
As the president looks to undo his predecessor's immigration policies, he is hoping for cooperation from a Mexican counterpart who was a contributor to them.

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Mar 01, 2021

Minneapolis Abandons Plan to Pay Influencers During Officers' Trials
The city had faced criticism over plans to pay social media influencers $2,000 each to fight misinformation during the trials of Derek Chauvin and three other former police officers charged in George Floyd's death.

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Mar 01, 2021

The Best and Worst of the Golden Globes
Amid deeply moving moments (like the speech by Chadwick Boseman's widow), there were technical difficulties and the strange sight of long-distance hosts pretending to be on the same stage.

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Mar 01, 2021

Far-Right Groups Are Splintering in Wake of the Capitol Riot
The breakdown of larger organizations sets the stage for small groups or lone offenders, who are more difficult to track.

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Mar 01, 2021

Smith College and the Failing Liberal Bargain
Absolution is off the table. And liberal ideals themselves are up for renegotiation.

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Mar 01, 2021

Too Much Choice Is Hurting America
Learning from subprime, health care and electricity.

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Mar 01, 2021

Prosecutors Investigating Trump Focus on His Finance Chief
Manhattan district attorney investigators who are examining possible financial fraud have asked witnesses about Allen Weisselberg, the chief financial officer at the Trump Organization.

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Mar 01, 2021

Frontier Cancels Flight, Citing Maskless Passengers
The airline's treatment of the passengers, all Orthodox Jews, drew condemnation and accusations of anti-Semitism from Jewish groups.

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Mar 01, 2021

State Aid, California, Cuomo: Your Monday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Mar 01, 2021

Both Sides Now: In Conversation With Lorraine O'Grady
On the eve of her first major retrospective, the artist talks about her past, her process and the benefit of criticism.

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Mar 01, 2021

After El Salvador Election, Bukele Is on Verge of Near-Total Control
The party of President Nayib Bukele is set to take a sweeping majority in El Salvador's Congress, giving the populist leader broad new powers.

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Mar 01, 2021

Why The Coronavirus Did Not Bring The Financial Rout That Many States Feared
Grim forecasts held up for a few states, but many took in about as much tax revenue as before the pandemic — sometimes a lot more.

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Mar 01, 2021

After Stimulus, Biden to Tackle Another Politically Tricky Issue: Infrastructure
Strengthening the country's highways, bridges and broadband networks has broad popular support, but Washington remains bitterly divided on the details.

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Mar 01, 2021

Trumpism Grips a Post-Policy G.O.P. as Traditional Conservatism Fades
Despite falling from power in Washington, the Republican Party has done little soul-searching or reflection on a new agenda, instead focusing on attacking Democrats and the news media.

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Mar 01, 2021

Israeli Court Says Converts to Non-Orthodox Judaism Can Claim Citizenship
People who convert in Israel to Reform or Conservative Judaism have a right to citizenship, the Supreme Court ruled, chipping at the power of Orthodox authorities that see them as non-Jewish.

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Mar 01, 2021

Pine Bluff, Ark., School Shooting Leaves Student Dead
The shooting took place at Watson Chapel Junior High School in Pine Bluff, Ark. Another student was arrested, the police said.

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Mar 01, 2021

Can't Get a Covid Vaccine? In This County, Everybody is Eligible
The rural area outside Phoenix is one of the first places in the U.S. to open vaccinations up to the general public. This is what success looks like.

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Mar 01, 2021

The Era of Vaccine Diplomacy Is Here
The coronavirus threat is global. So is the remedy.

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Mar 01, 2021

Two Americans Tied to Carlos Ghosn's Escape Are Extradited to Japan
The father and son face trial on charges that they helped Mr. Ghosn, Nissan's former chief, flee in a speaker box to Lebanon in 2019.

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Mar 01, 2021

Iran's Judo Ban, Sparked by Order to Avoid Israeli, Is Overturned
The Court of Arbitration for Sport said there was "no legal basis" to bar Iran from competitions for ordering an athlete not to compete against an Israeli opponent.

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Mar 01, 2021

Photos From Myanmar: A Street-level View of Coup Protests
As a civil disobedience movement entered its second month, the military rulers added charges against Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Mar 01, 2021

Book Review: ‘The Empathy Diaries,' by Sherry Turkle
In her memoir, Sherry Turkle evokes her childhood in postwar Brooklyn, the intellectual atmosphere at Radcliffe and Harvard in the late 1960s and much more.

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Mar 01, 2021

Tony Awards Voting Starts Now. And It's Going to Be Weird.
No shows are playing, and no one knows when they will come back. Here are answers to six questions about a process even more idiosyncratic than usual.

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Mar 01, 2021

Nigeria's Boarding Schools Have Become a Hunting Ground for Kidnappers
Northern Nigeria's kidnap-for-ransom industry is growing, and it's not just the well-off who are at risk. The new targets are poor villagers and ordinary schoolchildren.

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Mar 01, 2021

This Bird Wasn't Seen for 170 Years. Then It Appeared in an Indonesian Forest.
The black-browed babbler has long been one of Indonesia's most enigmatic birds.

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