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Feb 08, 2023

Disney To Lay Off About 7,000 Employees as It Cuts $5.5 Billion in Costs
In the company's first earnings report since Bob Iger returned as C.E.O., it exceeded Wall Street's expectations. But about 7,000 employees are expected to be laid off.

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Feb 08, 2023

Five Takeaways From the House G.O.P. Hearing With Former Twitter Executives
The Oversight Committee called the session to scrutinize whether the social media platform has censored the right, but it yielded new revelations about the company's permissive approach.

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Feb 08, 2023

Twitter Glitches Pile Up as Key Features Fail
Many users said they could not post tweets or message one another on Wednesday as the #TwitterDown hashtag began trending.

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Feb 08, 2023

Why the Odds Are Stacked Against a Promising New Covid Drug
A new drug quashes all coronavirus variants. But regulatory hurdles and a lack of funding make it unlikely to reach the U.S. market anytime soon.

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Feb 08, 2023

Romney-Santos Confrontation Reflects a Broader Clash Within the G.O.P.
The run-in between the senator from Utah, an institutionalist who prizes decorum, and the newly elected, embattled congressman from New York encapsulated the tension inside the Republican Party.

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Feb 08, 2023

Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Feb 08, 2023

Fun Things to Do in NYC in February 2023
Looking for something to do in New York? Check out John Zorn's benefit concert for Ukraine, or follow "Alice in Wonderland" as it explores a new rabbit hole.

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Feb 08, 2023

LeBron James Fans Around the World Came to See Him Break The Scoring Record
Fans of James, the N.B.A.'s biggest star, came from all over the world to see his record-breaking performance Tuesday. "I'm not going to regret the money that was spent. I would have regretted missing it," one said.

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Feb 08, 2023

Many of Biden's Goals on Police Reform Are Still Incomplete
President Biden said in his annual address to Congress that it was time to "finish the job" on police reform, even as many of his most ambitious goals are stalled.

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Feb 08, 2023

Biden's Vision About How to Heal America
Standing up to China is about addressing domestic pathologies, not pulverizing a balloon.

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Feb 08, 2023

Why New York City Is Buying Bus Tickets for Migrants Headed to Canada
Some of the migrants who were bused to New York City are now seeking asylum in Canada, where they hope to have an easier time getting work permits and health insurance.

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Feb 08, 2023

What the Winter Storms in California Mean for Travel
Ski resorts and wineries may ultimately benefit, but in many areas, impassable stretches of highway and major wind and water damage will take weeks or months to repair.

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Feb 08, 2023

Greta Thunberg: ‘The World Is Getting More Grim by the Day'
Why the world's most prominent climate activist remains disappointed with people in power.

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Feb 08, 2023

China Sends Spy Balloons Over Military Sites Worldwide, U.S. Officials Say
The balloons have some advantages over the satellites that orbit the earth in regular patterns. They fly closer to earth and can evade radar.

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Feb 08, 2023

Disinformation Researchers Raise Alarms About A.I. Chatbots
Researchers used ChatGPT to produce clean, convincing text that repeated conspiracy theories and misleading narratives.

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Feb 08, 2023

Biden Aims to Win Back White Working-Class Voters Through Their Wallets
In his State of the Union address, the president signaled the opening of a yearslong push to persuade white working-class voters to return to the Democratic fold. Winning them over on cultural issues may be more difficult.

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Feb 08, 2023

Microsoft's ChatGPT-Powered Bing Makes Search Interesting Again
Google has stiff competition now, after Microsoft integrated powerful A.I. technology into its search engine.

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Feb 08, 2023

Texas Bused Migrants North. Then New York Did the Same.
New York City is buying bus tickets for migrants who want to seek asylum in Canada, where they hope to have an easier time getting work permits and health insurance.

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Feb 08, 2023

In L.A., Gustavo Dudamel's Influence Extends Beyond the Concert Hall
The news that Gustavo Dudamel is leaving the Los Angeles Philharmonic for New York was a blow to a city where he has been much more than a conductor.

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Feb 08, 2023

Biden Breaks Ground on a Huge Project: Winning Back the White Working Class
In a State of the Union address that focused heavily on job creation, the president signaled the opening of a yearslong push to persuade white working-class voters to return to the Democratic fold.

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Feb 08, 2023

President Biden Is Not Backing Off His Big-Government Agenda
In his first appearance before a Republican House, the president renewed calls for large new economic programs and offered no concessions on federal spending.

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Feb 08, 2023

The Biggest Penguin That Ever Existed Was a ‘Monster Bird'
Fossils found in New Zealand highlight an era after the dinosaurs when giant flightless birds prowled the seas for prey.

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Feb 08, 2023

What's a Japanese Mobster to Do in Retirement? Join a Softball Team.
The members of the Ryuyukai have done nearly 100 years of hard time. Now they're just looking to stay out of trouble.

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Feb 08, 2023

Putin Likely Approved Missile System Used to Down Flight MH17, Inquiry Says
A Dutch-led team said it had suspended its investigation because of insufficient evidence and rules that prevent new prosecutions.

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Feb 08, 2023

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Others Heckle Biden at State of the Union Address
His State of the Union address was not exactly a celebration of a unity agenda. But the president seemed to relish the scrimmage.

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Feb 08, 2023

Chocolate and Fire for Valentine's Day
Three new desserts from Yossy Arefi and a chance to flambé.

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Feb 08, 2023

Élisabeth Borne, France's Prime Minister, on Her Harrowing Story
The daughter of an Auschwitz survivor, Élisabeth Borne has avoided bringing her past into politics, even when it might be appropriate.

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Feb 08, 2023

Meet the People Working on Getting Us to Hate Each Other Less
As the threat to democratic norms and procedures mount, there has been an explosion of research aimed at lowering the political temperature.

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Feb 08, 2023

The Police Unit That Was Supposed to Keep Memphis Safe
A Times investigation into the team of officers accused of killing Tyre Nichols reveals the challenges of preventing policing brutality.

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Feb 08, 2023

State of Uncertainty
What Biden said, and didn't, in his State of the Union speech.

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Feb 08, 2023

Grammys 2023: Hip-Hop Wins, Beyoncé Wins (Sort of)
Does respect from music's premier awards show still carry weight?

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Feb 08, 2023

In Rural Ukraine, a Mobile Clinic Provides Medicine and Hope
A mobile clinic is trying to restore medical services to villages once occupied by Russian forces as fighting rages nearby. "They'll never beat our people," a specialist with the team said.

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Feb 08, 2023

China's Bid to Improve Food Production? Giant Towers of Pigs.
High-rise hog farms have sprung up nationwide as part of Beijing's drive to enhance its agricultural competitiveness and reduce its dependence on imports.

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Feb 08, 2023

SZA's View From the Top
Her moody, enigmatic music made her a megastar. Can she learn to live with success?

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Feb 08, 2023

Bird Flu Outbreak Puts Mink Farms Back in the Spotlight
A new variant of avian influenza appears capable of spreading among mammals, highlighting the need for more proactive surveillance, experts said.

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Feb 08, 2023

A Troubled Mother Faces Murder Charges in Her Young Children's Deaths
Chilling details emerged at an arraignment of Lindsay Clancy, accused of strangling her three children. Her lawyer argued she was mentally ill, but prosecutors outlined methodical planning leading to the deaths.

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Feb 08, 2023

There Are People Working on Getting Us to Hate Each Other Less. Is Their Quest Futile?
As the threat to democratic norms and procedures mount, there has been an explosion of research aimed at lowering the political temperature.

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Feb 08, 2023

India, the World's Biggest Democracy, Is Jettisoning Freedom and Tolerance
The soul of a majestic nation is at stake.

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Feb 08, 2023

In Latino-Majority San Antonio, New Faces at the Head of the Table
With the election of a Japanese American as leader of the county government, San Antonio now has politicians of Asian descent in its two top positions.

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Feb 08, 2023

Does Your Home Have Backup Power? We Want to Hear From You.
Sales of generators and home batteries are up as people look to protect themselves from power outages, which are becoming more common.

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Feb 08, 2023

The Prophet of Urban Doom Says New York Still Has a Chance
The business professor who warned that the city might be caught in a ‘doom loop' suddenly finds himself famous.

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Feb 08, 2023

Menudo Can Be Many Things, but It's Always Delicious
The warmth and richness of menudo is a fortifying ritual to finish up the week — or start a new one.

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Feb 08, 2023

Syrian Refugees Who Died in Turkey Earthquake Are Returned Home
"Those who died, we want them to come back," said Ahmad Yousef, who was waiting to receive the body of a cousin's daughter. "We want them to be buried among their family."

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Feb 08, 2023

Takeaways From Biden's State of the Union Address
The president's speech presented no big new proposals, but he offered to work with Republicans even as he parried hecklers and sought to allay Democratic concerns about his vigor heading into 2024.

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Feb 08, 2023

7 Takeaways From Biden's State of the Union Address
The president's speech presented no big new proposals, but he offered to work with Republicans even as he parried hecklers and sought to allay Democratic concerns about his vigor heading into 2024.

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Feb 08, 2023

The Story of LeBron James's 38,390 Points
Teammates. Competitors. Victims of his memes. They each have a story about James's road to breaking the N.B.A. career scoring record.

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Feb 08, 2023

Germany Has a Problem
A reckoning with the far right is long overdue.

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Feb 08, 2023

LeBron James Breaks Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's NBA Scoring Record
James, the Los Angeles Lakers star, scored the record-breaking 38,388th point that had eluded generations of superstars.

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Feb 08, 2023

Where to Find Sicilian Specialties, and More Reader Questions
Eating outdoors in the winter? No problem.

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Feb 08, 2023

Biden Focuses on Domestic Issues in State of the Union Despite Global Tensions
Mr. Biden is proud of reshaping foreign policy to focus on superpower conflict, but knows it is jobs and energy prices that voters want to hear about.

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Feb 08, 2023

After Shouts of ‘Liar' and Worse, Biden Takes on His Detractors in Real Time
His State of the Union address was not exactly a celebration of a unity agenda. But the president seemed to relish the scrimmage.

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Feb 08, 2023

The Story of LeBron James's 38,388 Points
Teammates. Competitors. Victims of his memes. They each have a story about James's road to breaking the N.B.A. career scoring record.

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Feb 08, 2023

A Milestone for Black N.F.L. Hires, but Not on the Sidelines
Five Black presidents have been hired to lead N.F.L. teams, an influx some hope could provide a blueprint for diversifying leadership even as the league struggles to improve head coaching searches.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden's Message: What Trump Promised, I'm Delivering
But there were also reminders of the forces that can't be mastered by infrastructure spending, China bashing and appropriations of populist themes.

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Feb 07, 2023

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Is Greater Than Any Basketball Record
His N.B.A. career scoring record has been broken, but his legacy of activism and his expansion of Black athlete identity endure.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden Lays Down Economic Challenge to House Republicans in State of the Union Address
President Biden was heckled during the State of the Union address when he spoke about fentanyl and when he accused Republicans of threatening Social Security and Medicare.

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Feb 07, 2023

Sweep in 3 Special Elections Gives Democrats Control of Pennsylvania House
Three Democratic victories flipped the House for the first time in a dozen years by a single seat in the battleground state.

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Feb 07, 2023

New York Hails Dudamel as a ‘Monstro' and a Boon to Young Musicians
The naming of Gustavo Dudamel to lead the New York Philharmonic elicited national pride among Venezuelans and excitement among those who provide music training to children.

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Feb 07, 2023

Videos Show Desperate Search for Survivors Near Quake's Epicenter in Turkey
Hatay Province had Turkey's highest-known death toll from Monday's earthquake.

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Feb 07, 2023

Turkey and Syria Earthquake Death Toll Tops 7,700 As Rescuers Fight Weather
Shoveling snow and rubble, emergency crews worked across hundreds of miles in Turkey and Syria to save people in the aftermath of the most powerful quake in the region in decades.

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Feb 07, 2023

Baby Born in Rubble of Turkey-Syria Earthquake is one of Many Child Victims
Harrowing images have emerged of some of the millions of children caught in the catastrophic earthquake in Turkey and Syria.

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Feb 07, 2023

Memphis Officer Texted Photo of Tyre Nichols After Beating, New Documents Show
The revelation came in Memphis police documents related to the firing of five officers who have been charged with murder in Mr. Nichols's death.

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Feb 07, 2023

Russia Pays a Bloody Price for Small Gains in Eastern Ukraine
Russia is relying on masses of troops to overrun Ukrainian positions, producing heavy casualties and incremental gains.

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Feb 07, 2023

How Earthquakes Test Our Souls and Our Governments
What I lived through as a boy in Mexico City and what it could foretell for Turkey and Syria.

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Feb 07, 2023

After Spy Balloon Incident, China Rejects Pentagon's Request to Speak
Chinese officials rejected a request from the U.S. defense secretary to speak with his counterpart after an American fighter jet shot down a Chinese spy balloon.

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Feb 07, 2023

Felipe Calderón, Former Mexican President, Accused of Supporting Sinaloa Cartel
The accusation, which was quickly denied, was made by a former Mexican official at the trial in Brooklyn of Mexico's former top security chief.

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Feb 07, 2023

Rescue Teams in Turkey and Syria Quake Fight Weather as Deaths Top 7,700
Shoveling snow and rubble, emergency crews worked across hundreds of miles in Turkey and Syria to save people in the aftermath of the most powerful quake in the region in decades.

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Feb 07, 2023

From a baby born in the rubble to a trapped teenager, many earthquake victims are children.


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Feb 07, 2023

Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Feb 07, 2023

Joy and Heartache Follow Earthquake Rescue in Turkish City of Gaziantep
In the hard-hit Turkish city of Gaziantep, a collapsed apartment building spared few of its residents. But one man heard his brother's voice from beneath the debris.

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Feb 07, 2023

Memphis Officer Texted Photo of Tyre Nichols After Beating
The revelation came in Memphis police documents related to the firing of five officers who have been charged with murder in Mr. Nichols's death.

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Feb 07, 2023

House G.O.P. Leads Constitution Read-Aloud, Seeking an Edge on Patriotism
A 43-minute recitation of the document fulfilled a promise Republicans made last year, and followed several acts of performative patriotism since they assumed control of the House.

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Feb 07, 2023

The State of the Union can be a trial for some Supreme Court justices.


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Feb 07, 2023

Where #Vanlife Meets #Skibum
In the Pacific Northwest, ski resorts set aside spots in their parking lots for vans and R.V.s, creating overnight communities of skiers and riders. One writer toured three Oregon resorts to test the scene.

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Feb 07, 2023

The Sole Border Crossing for U.N. Aid From Turkey to Syria Is Blocked
As the Syrian government tightly controls what aid it allows into opposition-held areas, border crossings with Turkey have been a lifeline.

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Feb 07, 2023

New York Philharmonic Appoints Gustavo Dudamel as Music Director
Dudamel, a charismatic 42-year-old conductor, will take up the Philharmonic's podium in 2026, in a major coup for the orchestra.

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Feb 07, 2023

Microsoft Launches New Bing Likely Powered by OpenAI's GPT-4 A.I
Amid the tech industry's worst slump in decades, industry leaders are predicting an era built on new chatbots and other types of artificial intelligence.

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Feb 07, 2023

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Queen of Having It Both Ways
The Arkansas governor perfectly reflects the moral compromises of her party.

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Feb 07, 2023

Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Deliver Republican Response to State of the Union
Ms. Sanders, 40, the newly elected governor of Arkansas, is expected to highlight the age difference between her and President Biden, 80.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden's Approval Ratings Among Worst for a President's 2nd Year
The economy has helped drag down the president's numbers, with a low point coming amid record high gas prices.

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Feb 07, 2023

Gustavo Dudamel's 10 Notable Recordings
Dudamel, the New York Philharmonic's next music director, has a varied catalog of classics and contemporary works, as well as film scores.

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Feb 07, 2023

Will Gustavo Dudamel Be the New York Philharmonic's Next Leonard Bernstein?
The superstar conductor's hiring is the New York Philharmonic's attempt to recapture the populist glamour it enjoyed under Leonard Bernstein in the 1960s.

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Feb 07, 2023

As Sunak Tries to Move Ahead, He's Haunted by Prime Ministers Past
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain made moves to recharge his government, but he is being harried by Liz Truss and Boris Johnson, who are not fading away.

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Feb 07, 2023

Regulation and why More Productivity Isn't Always Better
Safety and environmental rules may reduce gross domestic product. But maybe that's OK.

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Feb 07, 2023

Microsoft Launches an A.I.-Powered Bing
Amid the tech industry's worst slump in decades, industry leaders are predicting an era built on new chatbots and other types of artificial intelligence.

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Feb 07, 2023

As Biden Prepares to Tout Economy, Fed Chair Powell Takes a Cautious Tone
The White House has embraced signs that the economy is strong. For the Fed, that strength could prolong its fight against inflation.

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Feb 07, 2023

What Do Candy Hearts Tell Us? Be Clever. Be Current. Be Mine.
The sweet messages on those valentine hearts require careful planning and editing from year to year. And they speak volumes about the state of our lives and loves.

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Feb 07, 2023

How Much to See a Movie at AMC? It Will Soon Depend Where You Sit.
By the end of 2023, the movie theater chain will offer tickets at three different price tiers, with middle seats costing the most. You'll pay less if you like the front row.

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Feb 07, 2023

How to Watch Biden's State of the Union Speech
The president is scheduled to speak at 9 p.m. Eastern from the Capitol.

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Feb 07, 2023

Guess What? More Plastic Trash.
Industry figures show record production in 2021, and almost none of that plastic is getting recycled.

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Feb 07, 2023

When One Cold Plunge Isn't Enough, Some People Do It Daily
For some, routine cold plunges have become one way to survive winter.

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Feb 07, 2023

Neanderthal Crab Roast Leftovers Are Found in a Portuguese Cave
Researchers said the paleontological remains were another sign that our early human cousins had intelligence.

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Feb 07, 2023

Soccer Player Christian Atsu Is Rescued From Turkey Earthquake
Just hours before Christian Atsu was trapped, he had scored the winning goal for the Turkish soccer club Hatayspor.

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Feb 07, 2023

From ‘Be Mine' to ‘Youda Best,' the Candy Conversation Evolves
The sweet messages on those valentine hearts require careful planning and editing from year to year. And they speak volumes about the state of our lives and loves.

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Feb 07, 2023

Are Gel Manicures Safe? What to Know About UV Light and Cancer Risk
New research shows that the UV light in nail lamps could be harmful to your health, but you may not need to cancel your next appointment.

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Feb 07, 2023

Why States Are Moving to Bar Chinese Companies From Buying Land
States are pursuing bills to bar Chinese citizens and companies from purchasing land. In Texas, legislation backed by Gov. Greg Abbott brought opposition from Democrats in the state's growing cities and suburbs.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden to Lay Down Economic Challenge in State of the Union Address
In his first State of the Union address since the G.O.P. took the lower chamber, the president will call for higher taxes on the wealthy and more social aid to the needy.

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Feb 07, 2023

The Lone Link for Aid Between Syria and Turkey Is Not Usable After the Quake
Syria is not able to receive direct aid from many countries because of sanctions, so the border crossing has been a lifeline.

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Feb 07, 2023

This Is Biden's Chance to Tell Us Exactly What the Supreme Court Has Done
Why the president needs to use his bully pulpit.

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Feb 07, 2023

U.S. Trade Deficit Surged in 2022
The widening gap between what the United States imports and what it exports was driven by strong growth in foreign goods coming into the country.

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