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Aug 01, 2021

A New Surge at a Santa Monica I.C.U.
They thought the worst of the pandemic was behind them. Then a new wave of cases arrived at the I.C.U. at Providence Saint John's Health Center.

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Aug 01, 2021

Shot Putter's Gesture Renews Controversy over Podium Protests at Tokyo Games
Raven Saunders of the United States crossed her arms over her head. A second athlete, the American fencer Race Imboden, accepted a medal with a symbol drawn on his hand.

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Aug 01, 2021

Provincetown's Covid Outbreak Shows 'It's Nowhere Near Over'
Provincetown, Mass., the quirky community at the tip of Cape Cod, thought it was safe to return to prepandemic partying. It wasn't.

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Jul 31, 2021

Who Are the Unvaccinated in America? There's No One Answer.
One segment of people who have avoided shots is vehemently opposed to the idea. But there is a second group, surveys suggest, that is still deciding.

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Jul 31, 2021

Already Distorting Jan. 6, G.O.P. Now Concocts Entire Counternarrative
In the Republicans' disinformation campaign, the arrested Capitol rioters are political prisoners and Speaker Nancy Pelosi is to blame for the attack.

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Jul 31, 2021

How Strong Is Trump's Grip on the G.O.P.?
Weaker than he wants, but strong enough to win the nomination once again.

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Jul 31, 2021

Frenchy Cannoli, Ardent Evangelist for Hashish, Dies at 64
He left France at 18 for a nearly two-decade sojourn to India, Nepal, Mexico and Morocco to learn the secrets of making hash and became an authority.

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Jul 31, 2021

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? Not at Opus 40.
The scenic vistas of this landscape art and the legacy of its creator, Harvey Fite, are being challenged by a persistent feud and a big fence.

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Jul 31, 2021

Why Do Republicans Hate Cops?
Turning their backs on the ones who had their backs.

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Jul 30, 2021

Some Covid Vaccine Hesitant Now Express Regret
People who once rejected the vaccine or simply waited too long are now grappling with the consequences, often in raw, public ways.

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Jul 30, 2021

Chuck E. Weiss, Musician Who, in Love, Inspired a Hit Song, Dies at 76
He and Tom Waits and Rickie Lee Jones were inseparable in the late '70s, and when Mr. Weiss's romantic life took a turn, Ms. Jones memorialized it in "Chuck E.'s in Love."

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Jul 30, 2021

‘The Jetpack Guy Is Back': Los Angeles Sighting Draws an Inquiry, Again
Federal aviation officials said they, along with the F.B.I., were investigating the report of a person in a jetpack flying over Los Angeles.

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Jul 30, 2021

Repression, Obsession, Murder
Need a distraction? Three prickly, skin-crawling new thrillers will have you on the edge of your seat.

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Jul 30, 2021

Credit to Tech's Pandemic Leadership
America's tech companies have been leading the way for how large employers should aid in the country's pandemic response.

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Jul 30, 2021

Trump Pressed Justice Dept. to Declare Election Results Corrupt, Notes Show
"Leave the rest to me" and to congressional allies, the former president is said to have told top law enforcement officials.

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Jul 30, 2021

The Best Onigiri in Los Angeles Are All About the Rice
At these Los Angeles spots, creative Japanese rice balls inspired by home cooking are made to order.

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Jul 30, 2021

Some vaccine hesitant now express regret
People who once rejected the vaccine or simply waited too long are now grappling with the consequences, often in raw, public ways.

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Jul 30, 2021

In ‘Mr. Corman,' Joseph Gordon-Levitt Looks Inward and Asks, ‘What If?'
For his new Apple TV comedy series, Gordon-Levitt imagined what his life might have been like if he hadn't been so lucky. "It's probably the most me-ish thing I've ever made."

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Jul 30, 2021

Remains of Esther Dingley, Missing British Hiker, Are Found
For months, the authorities and Ms. Dingley's partner combed the Pyrenees mountains. A DNA test confirmed the identity of remains found near her last known location, a group aiding the search said.

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Jul 30, 2021

He Hired 2 Men to Kidnap His Wife. They Ended Up Drowning.
Lawrence Handley, 53, a business executive from Lafayette, La., pleaded guilty this week to three criminal charges after a plot to kidnap his estranged wife went badly awry.

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Jul 30, 2021

Gloria Vanderbilt's Beekman Place Apartment Is for Sale
Anderson Cooper is selling his mother's perpetually reimagined two-bedroom, where she lived for nearly 25 years, for $1.125 million.

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Jul 30, 2021

Is Nose Hair Essential to Fighting Off Colds and Other Viral Illnesses?
Expert advice on whether trimming or waxing your nose hairs might increase the risk of respiratory infections.

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Jul 30, 2021

Always a Bride and Groom, Now Together as a Married Couple
Denise Fennell and Rick Pasqualone were married an estimated 5,000 times between them as stars in "Tony n' Tina's Wedding," the Off Broadway hit.

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Jul 30, 2021

After a Tragic Beginning, a ‘Happily Ever After'
Jaclyn Katz didn't expect to find romance from a dating app — until she met Michael Sacks. She felt comfortable enough with him to share a childhood trauma.

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Jul 30, 2021

C.D.C. Internal Report Calls Delta Variant as Contagious as Chickenpox
Infections in vaccinated Americans also may be as transmissible as those in unvaccinated people, the document said, and lead more often to severe illness.

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Jul 29, 2021

The Olympic Mascots Aren't Winning Any Medals
In Japan, mascots typically play a major role in branding campaigns. But Miraitowa and Someity have been a subdued presence at the very event they were made for.

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Jul 29, 2021

How Covid Became a Red-State Crisis
The geography of this wave is nakedly political.

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Jul 29, 2021

What if the Unvaccinated Can't Be Persuaded?
To reach herd immunity, we need a different approach.

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Jul 29, 2021

What's Ripping American Families Apart?
The U.S. seems to be in the middle of a pervasive psychological decline.

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Jul 29, 2021

Fourth Suicide at the Vessel Leads to Calls for Higher Barriers
A teenager killed himself Thursday afternoon at the tourist attraction, located in Manhattan's Hudson Yards.

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Jul 29, 2021

Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over ‘Black Widow' Release
The star said making the film available on Disney at the same time it opened in theaters "dramatically" lowered box office revenue, which could cost her tens of millions of dollars.

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Jul 29, 2021

Mitchell Button Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit
Mitchell Taylor Button was accused of abuse, and his wife, Dusty Button, a dancer with a large Instagram following, was accused of participating in some of it but not named as a defendant.

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Jul 29, 2021

When to Take a Mental Health Day
Here's how to protect your mental health in a culture that values work over well-being.

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Jul 29, 2021

Citing New Data, Pfizer Outlines Case for Booster Shots
Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine may become slightly weaker over time, the company reported. But experts said that most people won't need boosters anytime soon.

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Jul 29, 2021

Review: ‘The Pursuit of Love' Against All Odds
Lily James of "Downton Abbey" plays a die-hard romantic in an adaptation of Nancy Mitford's classic comic novel.

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Jul 29, 2021

My Sister Owes Me a Lot of Money. How Do I Get Her to Pay?
A reader seeks advice on unpaid familial debts.

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Jul 29, 2021

Brooklyn Plumber Charged in Capitol Riot
Daniel Christmann posted images that showed him inside the Capitol, prosecutors said. Asked whether he'd entered the building, he replied: "How could I not?"

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Jul 29, 2021

The Best and Worst Cities to Live Without a Car
Want to help the environment? Going carless is an excellent start.

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Jul 29, 2021

Everything Old Is New Again and Other Best-Selling Wisdom
A look at this week's popular novels reminds us that good writing runs in families, wet T-shirts attract attention and you can't hide from your past.

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Jul 29, 2021

‘The Green Knight' Review: Monty Python and the Seventh Seal
Dev Patel plays a medieval hero on a mysterious quest in David Lowery's adaptation of the 14th-century Arthurian romance.

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Jul 29, 2021

Florida Condominium Laws Need Reform
Battles can erupt over costly repairs essential for these buildings.

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Jul 29, 2021

‘Stillwater' Review: Another American Tragedy
Matt Damon plays a father determined to free his daughter from prison in the latest from Tom McCarthy, the director of "Spotlight."

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Jul 29, 2021

‘Jungle Cruise' Review: Amazon Subprime
Not even Emily Blunt, doing her best Katharine Hepburn impression, can keep this leaky boat ride afloat.

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Jul 28, 2021

After Adams Criticizes the Left, New York Democrats Try to Clear the Air
Representative Nydia Velázquez reminded Eric Adams to treat everyone with respect, and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez echoed her comments.

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Jul 28, 2021

Star Sommelier Is Charged With Setting Outdoor Dining Sheds on Fire
Caleb Ganzer, a former Food & Wine magazine sommelier of the year and a partner in a well-regarded Manhattan wine bar, is now facing arson charges.

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Jul 28, 2021

Covid Aid Programs Spur Record Drop in Poverty
The most comprehensive study yet of the federal response to the pandemic shows huge but temporary benefits for the poor — and helps frame a larger debate over the role of government.

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Jul 28, 2021

Dusty Hill, Long-Bearded Bassist for ZZ Top, Dies at 72
The band, known for its hard-charging, blues-inflected rock, was one of the biggest acts of the 1980s, selling more than 50 million albums.

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Jul 28, 2021

Bob Odenkirk in Stable Condition After Collapsing on Set of 'Better Caul Saul'
The actor and writer was hospitalized after he collapsed on the set of the show on Tuesday.

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Jul 28, 2021

2 Police Officers in Aurora, Colo., Charged After Violent Arrest
Body camera footage showed an officer choking a man and aiming a gun at his head. "We don't train this," an angry Aurora, Colo., police chief said.

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Jul 28, 2021

Ben & Jerry's Founders on the Company's Israel Policy
We support the company's decision to end the sale of its ice cream in the occupied Palestinian territories.

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Jul 28, 2021

Cats Are So Not Appreciated. Think Again.
Researchers who work on the genomes of domestic and wild cats say their DNA holds clues to human as well as feline health.

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Jul 28, 2021

What $3 Million Buys You in Pennsylvania, Colorado and Washington
A renovated 1840s farmhouse in Bucks County, an 1890 Victorian in Denver and an energy-efficient retreat on Lopez Island.

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Jul 28, 2021

How to Get Things Done When You Don't Want to Do Anything
The drive to be your best can be hard to muster right about now. Here are some ways to get your mojo back.

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Jul 28, 2021

House Hunting in El Salvador: A Compound on the Coast for $249,000
Home prices are gradually recovering in the Central American nation, but are still low enough to lure droves of buyers to the beaches.

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Jul 28, 2021

In ‘Monsters at Work,' a Roz by Another Name Is Just as Sour
Bob Peterson, who voiced the paperwork-obsessed slug-woman Roz in "Monsters, Inc.," returns as her identical twin sister, Roze. Grumpiness apparently runs in the family.

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Jul 28, 2021

Randolph, N.J.: ‘A True New Jersey Hidden Gem'
Just 40 miles from Midtown, the Morris County township offers striking scenery, wilderness trails and housing that's ‘great value for your money.'

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Jul 28, 2021

What if January 6 Wasn't a Coup Attempt, General Milley?
There is something grandiose about his conception of his place in government.

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Jul 28, 2021

He Was Coughing Up Blood. But His Lungs Looked O.K.
The obvious place to look isn't always the right place.

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Jul 28, 2021

South Africa Is Falling Apart
The deep rot of the country's social and political order is now on full display.

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Jul 27, 2021

Biden Hater's Banners That Town Called Obscene Can Stay Up, Court Rules
A New Jersey woman can leave her banners as is after a ruling that the American Civil Liberties Union hailed as a victory for free speech.

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Jul 27, 2021

U.S. Declines to Defend Trump Ally in Lawsuit Over Jan. 6 Riot
The move could mean that the Justice Department is also unlikely to defend former President Donald J. Trump in the case.

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Jul 27, 2021

When Simone Biles Stepped Back, Suni Lee Stepped Up
Known primarily as an uneven bars specialist, Lee turned in a grace-under-pressure performance for the ages during Tuesday's team final.

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Jul 27, 2021

Woman Faces Murder Charge After Man Shaken as Baby Dies at 35
Terry McKirchy was arrested after a grand jury in Broward County, Fla., indicted her in the 2019 death of Benjamin Dowling, who was severely disabled after his parents left him in her care in 1984.

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Jul 27, 2021

Covid Vaccine Mandates: Is It Time?
The era of trying to entice the unvaccinated with free beer and doughnuts seems to be coming to an end.

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Jul 27, 2021

Jimmy Elidrissi, Waldorf Bellhop for Five Decades, Dies at 74
A Moroccan immigrant's goal was to make guests, including nine U.S. presidents, feel right at home amid the grandeur of a landmark Manhattan hotel.

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Jul 27, 2021

Olympic Fencer, Accused of Sexual Misconduct, Kept Apart From Team
Alen Hadzic of New Jersey is an alternate on the U.S. fencing team but has not been allowed to stay in the Olympic Village.

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Jul 27, 2021

How a Respected N.Y.P.D. Officer Became the Accused Capitol Riot #EyeGouger
Thomas Webster once was part of Mayor Bloomberg's security detail. As he awaits trial, the retired cop is on the other side of the law.

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Jul 27, 2021

Why Are India and the U.S. Sparring Over a $110 Million Mumbai Mansion?
For years, the Indian government has blocked the sale of a former U.S. consulate to a family of vaccine tycoons, but it's not clear why. The Americans are getting annoyed.

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Jul 27, 2021

Apollo 15 Anniversary: 50 Years Ago, NASA Put a Car on the Moon
The lunar rovers of Apollo 15, 16 and 17 parked American automotive culture on the lunar surface, and expanded the scientific range of the missions' astronaut explorers.

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Jul 27, 2021

‘A Wild 15 Months': Pandemic Spurs Conversion of Offices to Labs
Flush with cash and driven by renewed interest in biotechnology, the life sciences industry is swooping in to snap up vacant office space.

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Jul 27, 2021

He Tried to Walk on Water From Florida to New York. It Didn't Go So Well.
Reza Baluchi washed ashore on Saturday near St. Augustine, Fla., in a ‘‘hydro pod," startling beachgoers with a homemade contraption that resembles a hamster wheel.

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Jul 27, 2021

Matt Damon's Disappearing Acts
The enduring career of the megastar no one really knows.

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Jul 27, 2021

The Silent Pulse of the Universe: What Jocelyn Bell Burnell Discovered
In 1967, Jocelyn Bell Burnell made an astounding discovery. But as a young woman in science, her role was overlooked.

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Jul 27, 2021

What We Learned From Mena Suvari's Book on the ‘Dark Part' of Her Life
In her new memoir, the "American Beauty" and "American Pie" actor opens up about years of sexual abuse and drug addiction, as well as an "eerie" moment with Kevin Spacey.

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Jul 27, 2021

As Virus Cases Rise, Another Contagion Spreads Among the Vaccinated: Anger
Frustrated by the prospect of a new surge, many Americans are blaming the unvaccinated. A tougher stance may backfire, some experts warn.

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Jul 26, 2021

Alberto Salazar Barred from Track for Sexual, Emotional Misconduct
A former top coach who was once one of the world's greatest distance runners, Salazar had already been suspended for breaking rules governing banned substances.

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Jul 26, 2021

U.S. to Announce Troop Drawdown From Iraq
The deal appears to be the latest effort by the Iraqi prime minister to balance the needs and demands of the country's two closest allies: the United States and Iran.

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Jul 26, 2021

Edwin Jackson Is Still on the Move
Edwin Jackson played on 14 M.L.B. teams, a record. His next (and potentially last) stop is Tokyo for the Olympics.

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Jul 26, 2021

We're Kidding Ourselves That Workers Perform Well From Home
My office reopened at the height of the pandemic. We've thrived.

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Jul 26, 2021

American Ballet Theater's Executive Director Announces Her Departure
Kara Medoff Barnett, who has held the post for the last five and a half years, will leave later this year.

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Jul 26, 2021

This ‘Shazam' for Birds Could Help Save Them
The new Merlin Bird ID app allows users to identify birds by their song, and it has the potential to raise appreciation for our endangered avian friends.

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Jul 26, 2021

Fauci Wants to Make Vaccines for the Next Pandemic Before It Hits
If funded, a government program costing several billion dollars could develop "prototype" vaccines to protect against 20 families of viruses.

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Jul 26, 2021

Jill Biden, Changing the Fashion Game at the Olympics
Cheering the American Olympians, the first lady broke with recent sartorial customs.

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Jul 26, 2021

Return to Office Hits a Snag: Young Resisters
A generation gap has emerged between them and colleagues who value the workplace over the advantages of remote work. Bridging it may require flexibility.

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Jul 26, 2021

What $2 Million Buys You in California
A storybook cottage in Los Angeles, a contemporary home in Long Beach and a Victorian in San Francisco.

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Jul 26, 2021

U.S. Moves to Drop Cases Against Chinese Researchers
The arrests were part of a Trump-era initiative aimed at curbing Beijing's efforts to steal intellectual property, corporate secrets, and military intelligence.

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Jul 26, 2021

Jill Biden, Changing the Fashion Game
Cheering the American Olympians, the first lady broke with recent sartorial customs.

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Jul 26, 2021

A Common Heart Problem That's Easy to Miss
About three million adults in the U.S. have been diagnosed with A-fib, a heart-rhythm abnormality that's on the rise. Here's how to recognize the signs and treat it.

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Jul 26, 2021

Atrial Fibrillation, A Common Heart Problem That's Easy to Miss
About three million adults in the U.S. have been diagnosed with A-fib, a heart-rhythm abnormality that's on the rise. Here's how to recognize the signs and treat it.

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Jul 25, 2021

5 Dead in Hamptons Crash That Is Blamed on Speeding
A driver veered into the opposite lane and struck a car head-on in one of at least three fatal crashes in and around the city on Saturday.

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Jul 25, 2021

Broadcaster Apologizes for ‘Inappropriate' Images Aired During Olympic Parade
The South Korean broadcaster MBC showed photographs associating pizza with Italy, Chernobyl with Ukraine and Count Dracula with Romania in its coverage of the opening ceremony.

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Jul 25, 2021

Toyota Led on Clean Cars. Now Critics Say It Works to Delay Them.
The auto giant bet on hydrogen power, but as the world moves toward electric the company is fighting climate regulations in an apparent effort to buy time.

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Jul 25, 2021

After Covid Diagnosis, a Conservative Radio Host Sends a New Message
The Tennessee radio host, Phil Valentine, said he was among those who did not need to get vaccinated. Now his struggle with the virus is sparking its own discussion.

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Jul 25, 2021

Disinformation for Hire, a Shadow Industry, Is Quietly Booming
Back-alley firms meddle in elections and promote falsehoods on behalf of clients who can claim deniability, escalating our era of unreality.

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Jul 25, 2021

As Coronavirus Surges in Indonesia, Child Deaths Increase
Hundreds have died from Covid-19 in recent weeks, many of them under the age of 5. National leaders face mounting criticism that they have been unprepared.

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Jul 25, 2021

Biden's Antitrust Team Signals a Big Swing at Corporate Titans
The president has stacked his administration with crusaders who have spent their careers challenging corporate consolidation.

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Jul 25, 2021

The Salzburg Festival Opens in Search of Elusive Peace
Salzburg is back, opening with a week of Ouverture Spirituelle concerts that project the ideal of paradise on the pandemonium of reality.

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Jul 25, 2021

3x3 Basketball Comes to the Games With a G.O.A.T.: Dusan Bulut
Since 2012, FIBA has organized six World Cup tournaments in three-on-three basketball. Dusan Bulut and his Serbian teammates have won four of them.

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Jul 25, 2021

Nancy Mace Called Herself a ‘New Voice' for the G.O.P. Then She Pivoted.
Her shift reflects how rank-and-file Republicans — even those who may disagree with him — have decided it is too perilous to openly challenge former President Donald J. Trump.

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Jul 25, 2021

Homes That Sold for Around $500,000 or Less
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

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