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Oct 24, 2021

The Sunday Read: ‘Who Is the Bad Art Friend?'
Inside the curious case of Dawn Dorland v. Sonya Larson.

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Oct 24, 2021

Booster Shots, Alec Baldwin, M.L.B. Playoffs: Your Weekend Briefing
Here's what you need to know about the week's top stories.

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Oct 24, 2021

A C.I.A. Fighter, a Somali Bomb Maker, and a Faltering Shadow War
The hunt for an elusive Somali militant illustrates why Al Shabab, despite a decade of American covert action, are at their strongest in years.

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Oct 24, 2021

Remove a Confederate Statue? A Tennessee City Did This Instead.
Some residents want the monument removed. In the meantime, Franklin, Tenn., erected a statue of a U.S. Colored Troops soldier, broadening the way the community memorializes the Civil War.

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Oct 24, 2021

Victims of Charlottesville Rally Argue the Violence Was Planned
The civil trial that starts Monday will examine whether the far-right organizers had plotted to foment violence. They have countered that bloodshed stemmed from self-defense.

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Oct 24, 2021

Heavy Is the Burden on Japan's Royal Women
A princess who will soon marry represents the third generation to suffer intense emotional distress in a country that often consigns women to rigid roles.

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Oct 24, 2021

How Misinformation Threatened a Montana National Heritage Area
Civic boosters in central Montana hoped for some federal money to promote tourism. A disinformation campaign got in the way.

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Oct 24, 2021

Their Jobs Made Them Get Vaccinated. They Refused.
The willingness of some workers to give up their livelihoods helps explain the country's struggle to reach herd immunity.

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Oct 24, 2021

Cambodia Says the Met Museum Has Dozens of Its Looted Antiquities
The country's culture minister cites new evidence, including the account of a reformed looter, to assert that numerous artifacts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art were stolen from ancient sites.

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Oct 24, 2021

Long Arm of Russian Law Reaches Obscure Siberian Church
The arrest of the leader of a small religious group reveals that Russian repression reaches even to the depths of the Siberian forest.

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Oct 24, 2021

‘Sitting Across From Me Was a Man Eating Sardines From a Can'
A snack on a downtown bus, a solo trip to Manhattan and more reader tales of New York City in this week's Metropolitan Diary.

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Oct 24, 2021

Please Don't Feed the Whale Sharks? Fishing Town Says It Must, to Prosper.
The chance to swim with the world's biggest fish led to a tourism boom in a Philippines town, but conservation groups decry the hand-feeding that keeps the gentle giants around.

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Oct 24, 2021

Atlanta Braves Beat Los Angeles Dodgers to Reach World Series
In third place on Aug. 13, Atlanta rode a surprising group of trade deadline acquisitions to a pennant, outlasting the 106-win Dodgers. Next up: the Houston Astros.

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Oct 24, 2021

As Hong Kong's Civil Society Buckles, One Group Tries to Hold On
Unions and other organizations have dissolved after facing pressure under a new security law. The Hong Kong Journalists Association is hoping it can avoid that fate.

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Oct 23, 2021

The Glasgow Climate Change Summit's Global Stakes
At the upcoming climate summit in Scotland, the goal is to avoid catastrophe.

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Oct 23, 2021

Colombia Announces Capture of Leader of Major Drug Cartel
The arrest of Dairo Antonio Úsuga, widely known as Otoniel, was a victory for Colombia's president, who has been struggling to contain persistent violence.

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Oct 23, 2021

Alec Baldwin Film Set Had Previous Gun Mishaps, Workers Say
They expressed concerns over gun mishaps and working conditions just days before the shooting that killed the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

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Oct 23, 2021

At Barcelona, Life After Lionel Messi Is Haunted by the Past
The departure of Lionel Messi shook Barcelona to its foundations. But on a good day, if you look closely, you can see the shoots of a new era.

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Oct 23, 2021

Vanessa Bryant Tells of Kobe Bryant's Death in New Deposition
Bryant was being questioned by a lawyer defending Los Angeles County in her lawsuit about the sharing of photos of human remains from the helicopter crash that killed nine people.

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Oct 23, 2021

After Fires and Droughts, California Prepares for Heavy Rain
A storm is expected to drop up to 10 inches of rain in Northern California. The region is in desperate need of water, but the rain is likely to bring dangerous mudslides and flash floods.

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Oct 23, 2021

Gun Mishaps Occurred on Baldwin Film Before Shooting, Workers Say
They expressed concerns over gun mishaps and working conditions just days before the shooting that killed the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

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Oct 23, 2021

Nevada Man Is Charged With Voting Using His Dead Wife's Ballot
Donald Kirk Hartle, a Republican, had claimed that someone voted in the 2020 election by using the mail-in ballot of his wife, who died in 2017. He now faces two counts of voter fraud.

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Oct 23, 2021

In India, Facebook Struggles to Combat Misinformation and Hate Speech
Internal documents show a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence in the country, the company's biggest market.

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Oct 23, 2021

How I Became a Sick Person
A sudden descent into a chronic illness.

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Oct 23, 2021

Erdogan Threatens to Expel 10 Western Ambassadors
The move follows a statement from the envoys demanding the release of a prominent philanthropist jailed since 2017.

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Oct 23, 2021

Chuck Bundrant, Pacific Fisheries' ‘Henry Ford,' Dies at 79
In 1961 he arrived in Seattle with no job, no skills and $80. Over the next 60 years, he built a seafood empire and transformed the industry.

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Oct 23, 2021

Taliban Honor Suicide Bombers in Bid to Rewrite History
The new government brought together the bombers' families at a publicized event, praising their actions but alienating those who have suffered at their hands.

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Oct 23, 2021

Taliban Honor Suicide Bombers' ‘Sacrifices' in Bid to Rewrite History
The new government brought together the bombers' families at a publicized event, praising their actions but alienating those who have suffered at their hands.

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Oct 23, 2021

‘Completely Lost': For Some Afghans, Returning Home Is as Difficult as Fleeing
Thousands of Afghans who were in India for medical treatment when the country collapsed are now desperate to return, but have no money and no clear route home.

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Oct 23, 2021

Letitia James Isn't Saying Whether She's Running for Governor. But She Is Hiring.
Ms. James, the New York attorney general, has recently recruited several advisers and fund-raisers ahead of a possible run for the state's top office.

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Oct 23, 2021

Does Co-Housing Provide a Path to Happiness for Modern Parents?
American moms are isolated, overworked and undersupported. The solution may be living together, separately.

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Oct 23, 2021

In Sonoma County, ‘Regenerative Agriculture' Is the Next Big Thing
Carbon sequestration, pollinator habitat restoration and simple composting: An increasing number of the region's winegrowers are going beyond sustainability. Here's how to see, and taste, the fruits of their labors.

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Oct 23, 2021

‘Needle Spiking' of Women in Britain Stirs Alarm Over New Kind of Assault
Women are reporting being injected with syringes at crowded clubs in a horrifying variation of dropping pill into drinks. "This is a new depth,'' said a former chief of police.

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Oct 23, 2021

Before ‘Dune,' Frank Herbert Learned From Native Americans
Native Americans' warnings of environmental catastrophe inspired the landscape of "Dune." Now their tribal lands are flooding.

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Oct 23, 2021

His N.B.A. Dream Was Right There. Then He Couldn't Move His Legs.
A mysterious illness on the eve of the 2019 N.B.A. draft derailed Kris Wilkes's hopes of going pro. As he heals, he's not giving up hope.

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Oct 23, 2021

Colin Powell and ‘Guernica'
He broke many barriers but was outplayed by masters of deceit.

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Oct 23, 2021

U.S. Struggles With Afghan Evacuees Weeded Out, and Now in Limbo
No final decisions have been made, but dozens red-flagged for apparent criminal pasts or links to militants have been sent to a base in Kosovo, where their fate is uncertain.

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Oct 23, 2021

Is Truth the Best Medicine for Dying Patients?
Readers react to a doctor's essay about regretting her honesty with a dying man.

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Oct 23, 2021

The N.F.L.'s Problems Are Bigger Than Gruden
Gruden's scandal revealed the gross underbelly of the N.F.L.

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Oct 23, 2021

Biden's Compromise on Spending Bills Could Have Consequences
The president pushed for an expansive agenda knowing that he would most likely have to pare it back, leaving a sense of disappointment that could hurt his party at the polls.

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Oct 23, 2021

Friends Row On After Teammate's Death, Leaving One Seat Empty
Charlie Hamlin, a former Olympic rower who dominated races well into his 70s, died in May. On Sunday, his longtime teammates plan to row the Head of the Charles Regatta with an empty seat in his memory.

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Oct 23, 2021

What Kind of Mayor Might Eric Adams Be? No One Seems to Know.
The vegan, meditating ex-police officer is on the cusp of becoming New York's new mayor. Which version of him would show up at City Hall?

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Oct 23, 2021

Illinois Should Reinstate Parole
An unusual debate at a maximum-security prison in Illinois led to a proposal for reform that the state legislature can pass right now.

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Oct 23, 2021

The pandemic, paired with natural disasters, drives a record number of illegal U.S. border crossings.


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Oct 23, 2021

Queen Elizabeth Doesn't Take Sick Days Lightly
There's a reason that, in an era when old age and hereditary privilege are largely out of vogue, Queen Elizabeth is still held in high regard.

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Oct 23, 2021

Blackfeet Nation Mourns Longtime Leader Chief Earl Old Person
Over four days in Montana, members honored Chief Earl Old Person, who led the tribe and preserved its history for more than 60 years.

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Oct 23, 2021

As Broadway Returns, Shows Rethink and Restage Depictions of Race
"The Book of Mormon," "The Lion King" and "Hamilton" are among those making changes as theaters reopen following the lengthy pandemic shutdown.

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Oct 23, 2021

What We Know About Alec Baldwin's Fatal Shooting
The authorities are investigating the death of the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of "Rust" in Santa Fe County. Here's what we know.

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Oct 23, 2021

‘Nobody Trusts Anybody Now, and We're All Very Tired'
Revisiting John Carpenter's "The Thing."

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Oct 23, 2021

Queen Elizabeth May Be the Last Global Monarch
There's a reason that, in an era when old age and hereditary privilege are largely out of vogue, Queen Elizabeth is still held in high regard.

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Oct 23, 2021

Turkish Opposition Begins Joining Ranks Against Erdogan
With an eye on elections, six parties are working on a plan to end a powerful presidency and return to a parliamentary system.

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Oct 23, 2021

Pakistan and India Face Off in Cricket's T20 World Cup
It's one of the greatest rivalries in sports, when war off the field allows it — a contest of national identities that will be renewed this Sunday in a World Cup match.

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Oct 23, 2021

Who Is Eric Adams? That Depends.
The vegan, meditating ex-police officer is on the cusp of becoming New York's new mayor. No one is quite sure what happens next.

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Oct 23, 2021

She Is Breaking Glass Ceilings in Space, but Facing Sexism on Earth
Sanitary pads and makeup: A Chinese astronaut's six-month stay aboard the country's space station has revealed conflicted cultural values toward gender.

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Oct 23, 2021

In Dusty Baker, the Astros Have a Manager Worth Rooting For
Brought in to clean up someone else's mess, Dusty Baker is back in the World Series with a chance to redefine his legacy as well as the legacy of the team he inherited.

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Oct 23, 2021

Everytable Is Trying to Make Healthy Food as Accessible as Fast Food
A former hedge fund trader thinks centralized kitchens and sliding scale prices are going to crack the code of making healthy food affordable for everyone.

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Oct 23, 2021

Ralph Lauren's Polo Bar Reopens in New York City
The Polo Bar reopens in Manhattan, and the 82-year-old designer has no plans to slow down.

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Oct 23, 2021

Ralph Lauren Restarts the Fantasy
The Polo Bar reopens in Manhattan, and the 82-year-old designer has no plans to slow down.

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Oct 23, 2021

Biden the Dealmaker Finds That Compromise Can Have Consequences
The president pushed for an expansive agenda knowing that he would most likely have to pare it back, leaving a sense of disappointment that could hurt his party at the polls.

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Oct 23, 2021

The Pessimistic Electorate Behind Biden's Approval Ratings
In the era of modern polling, only Donald J. Trump has had a lower approval rating than President Biden's at this early stage of his term.

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Oct 23, 2021

The Sheikh, the Businessman and a Hacking Mystery on 3 Continents
A case that began with a feud in the United Arab Emirates, stretched from the U.S. to India and is now playing out in the British courts offers a rare glimpse into the anatomy of a hack-and-leak operation.

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Oct 23, 2021

Yordan Alvarez Wins ALCS MVP for Astros
Houston's Yordan Alvarez grew up in Cuba believing he'd never need to learn English. The M.V.P. of the A.L.C.S. lets his tape measure homers do the talking.

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Oct 23, 2021

Houston Astros Beat Boston Red Sox to Reach World Series
Stained by a scandal but unfazed on the field, Houston returns to baseball's biggest stage looking for another ring.

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Oct 23, 2021

Business Updates: Takeaways From Week 7 of the Holmes Trial
The Federal Reserve chair acknowledged that supply chain snarls that are pushing prices higher may last longer than policymakers had bargained for.

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Oct 22, 2021

A Future for People With Disabilities in Outer Space Takes Flight
People with different types of disabilities tested their skills and technologies on a zero-gravity research flight with the goal of proving that they can safely go to space.

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Oct 22, 2021

F.D.A. Says Pfizer Vaccine's Benefits Outweigh Key Risks in Children 5 to 11
The findings could add momentum for F.D.A. authorization of the pediatric dose, perhaps as early as next week, a long-awaited development that would affect 28 million children.

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Oct 22, 2021

Manchester United's Perfect Feedback Loop
Title contender, crisis club or cash cow? What you see in United depends, largely, on what you want to see.

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Oct 22, 2021

F.D.A. Regulators Say Benefits of Pfizer's Pediatric Shot Outweigh Key Risks
The findings could add momentum for the agency's authorization of the dose for 5- to 11-year-olds, perhaps as soon as next week. Get updates on the pandemic.

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Oct 22, 2021

Even With a Dream Job, You Can Be Antiwork
The pandemic has prompted a dawning realization that we are way too obsessed with our jobs.

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Oct 22, 2021

My Real Estate Secret Weapon Didn't Work. Or Did It?
Buyers' letters are controversial — and not necessarily very effective. But when you keep losing bidding wars, it helps to at least name the future you want.

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Oct 22, 2021

Bernard Haitink, Conductor Who Let Music Speak for Itself, Dies at 92
Mr. Haitink, who was closely identified with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, drew direct, unaffected interpretations of symphonic works and opera.

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Oct 22, 2021

Tom Morey, Surfer Who Invented the Boogie Board, Dies at 86
He created a lightweight, flexible board out of a piece of foam in his backyard in Hawaii in 1971. It introduced millions to the pleasures of riding waves on their bellies.

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Oct 22, 2021

Why Can't Astronauts Have Disabilities? 12 Fliers Search for Proof They Can.
People with different types of disabilities tested their skills and technologies on a zero-gravity research flight with the goal of proving that they can safely go to space.

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Oct 22, 2021

Spurned by Twitter, Trump will attempt to build his own version.
The former president will attempt to build his own version of the social media giant.

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Oct 22, 2021

Illegal Border Crossings Soar to Record High, New Data Shows
Migrants were encountered 1.7 million times in the last 12 months, the highest number of illegal crossings recorded since at least 1960.

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Oct 22, 2021

Business Updates: Key Takeaways From Week 7 of the Elizabeth Holmes Trial
The Federal Reserve chair acknowledged that supply chain snarls that are pushing prices higher may last longer than policymakers had bargained for.

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Oct 22, 2021

Biden Said the U.S. Would Protect Taiwan. But It's Not That Clear-Cut.
After the president's remarks at a CNN event, the White House quickly declared that the American policy of "strategic ambiguity" over the island's defense had not changed.

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Oct 22, 2021

The Lummi Nation's Secret to Saving Fragile Ecosystems
The Lummi Nation has a long, proud history of contesting ecologically unfriendly projects. Will it succeed against yet another threat?

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Oct 22, 2021

What Happened When Facebook Employees Warned About Election Misinformation
Company documents show that the social network's employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.

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Oct 22, 2021

Facebook Papers Show Employees Raised Concerns About Misinformation
Company documents show that the social network's employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.

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Oct 22, 2021

Gun Was Declared Safe Before Alec Baldwin Fired It, Affidavit Says
The assistant director shouted "cold gun!" — meaning it was safe to handle. But the weapon fired, killing the director of photography. Follow updates here.

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Oct 22, 2021

Investigation Continues Into Fatal Shooting on Alec Baldwin Movie Set
The actor was told a gun being used as a prop was safe before he fired it on the set of "Rust," killing the film's cinematographer and wounding its director, law enforcement officials said.

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Oct 22, 2021

Ron Washington Keeps Atlanta Laughing and Learning
A coach's loving and lively relationship with the Braves' infielders is a key to their success. He's holding out hope for a second chance to manage.

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Oct 22, 2021

ALCS: Yordan Alvarez Is Healthy and Thriving for Astros
The Houston Astros' Yordan Alvarez grew up in Cuba believing he'd never need to learn English. His tape measure homers do his talking for him.

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Oct 22, 2021

Search Warrants Issued for Ranch Where Alec Baldwin Shot Crew Member
Authorities shared few details of how the deadly incident unfolded. The actor said his "heart is broken" after he fired a gun used as a prop. Follow updates here.

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Oct 22, 2021

Here's Why Films Use Real Guns as Props on Set
Safety protocols for firearms on set are well established and straight forward, and injuries of any kind are rare.

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Oct 22, 2021

Biden Bolsters Senate Filibuster Foes, but a Fight May Wait
The president's criticism of the Senate tactic was a recognition that legislating has become nearly impossible when the filibuster is routine.

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Oct 22, 2021

The Supreme Court Faces a Huge Test on Libel Law
Two of the justices want to revisit a landmark decision for free expression. They may soon get the chance.

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Oct 22, 2021

Peter Scolari, ‘Newhart' and ‘Girls' Actor, Is Dead at 66
His first big break came as Tom Hanks's co-star on the TV comedy "Bosom Buddies" in the early 1980s. He also worked on the stage, occasionally on Broadway.

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Oct 22, 2021

Facebook Employees Warned About Election Misinformation, to Little Effect
Company documents show that the social network's employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.

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Oct 22, 2021

Health Care Employment Is Rising. Is That a Good Thing?
The 10 U.S. counties that depend most on this economic sector tell a complicated story.

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Oct 22, 2021

You and Me Need to Talk
This subject is debatable.

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Oct 22, 2021

From Westerns to ‘Stranger Things,' Hollywood Is Big Business in New Mexico
Streaming giants like Netflix and NBCUniversal are turning New Mexico into one of the country's most coveted production hubs.

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Oct 22, 2021

Supreme Court, Alec Baldwin, M.L.B.: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here's what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Oct 22, 2021

Is a Helen Keller Obsession Holding Disabled People Back?
We've used the story of her life as a kind of shorthand for the disabled experience, as if there were just one. But we are here and we are many.

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Oct 22, 2021

Chad Kimball Sues ‘Come From Away' Over His Termination
The actor, who is Christian, said in an interview he was let go because of his religious beliefs. The show's producers declined to comment.

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Oct 22, 2021

Andrew Lloyd Webber Brings the Music of the Night Back to ‘Phantom'
After a long pandemic pause, "The Phantom of the Opera" is returning to Broadway with some help from its creator.

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Oct 22, 2021

Why the Popularity of ‘Squid Game' Terrifies Me
What does the appeal of this violent, dystopian fantasy say about us?

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Oct 22, 2021

Why Can't Astronauts Have Disabilities? 12 Flyers Search for Proof They Can.
People with different types of disabilities tested their skills and technologies on a zero-gravity research flight with the goal of proving that they can safely go to space.

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Oct 22, 2021

Bernard Haitink, Perhaps the Wisest Conductor of Them All
The unflashy maestro, who died on Thursday, gave orchestras a sound with integrity, weight and gravity, without heaviness.

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