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The Impeachment Witnesses Not Heard (ven., 22 nov. 2019)
With its public hearings over, the House Intelligence Committee plans to move forward without testimony by some of the key players in the Ukraine drama.
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Trump Attacks Impeachment Inquiry and Accuses a Witness of Lying (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Mr. Trump said a career diplomat made up a conversation between him and his ambassador to the European Union, dismissing a critical detail in the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.
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Anticipating Impeachment, Republicans Debate Trial Timeline (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
President Trump wants an aggressive defense, but White House officials and Republicans are divided over whether to aim for a brief process or a drawn-out spectacle.
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The Jungle Prince of Delhi (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
For 40 years, journalists chronicled the eccentric royal family of Oudh, deposed aristocrats who lived in a ruined palace in the Indian capital. It was a tragic, astonishing story. But was it true?
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The Parents Passed a Drug Test. Should They Get Their Children Back? (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Ohio counties want to reunite families that were separated because of drug use. But prioritizing that ideal has had deadly consequences.
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Campaigns Pressure Facebook to Stay Put on Political Ads (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
When Google said it would limit the ability of political advertisers to target voters, campaigns said they did not want Facebook to follow.
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Hope and High Drama: A Year With Two New Democratic Congresswomen (Tue, 19 Nov 2019)
We followed Ayanna Pressley and Abigail Spanberger as they figured out Washington, forged alliances on the Hill — and clashed with their own party.
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The Candidates: Pete Buttigieg (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
In studio with “The Daily,” the Indiana mayor talks about how his lifelong political ambitions were complicated by the secret he kept for decades.
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Deepfakes — Believe at Your Own Risk (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Watch — very closely — as these A.I. engineers create ultrarealistic videos that will have you questioning reality.
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And Now the Easy Part: Selecting Thanksgiving Wines (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Good wines for the long haul of the holiday feast can come from anywhere in the world. Plan on a white and a red, and plenty of both.
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Impeachment, Israel, Tesla: Your Friday Briefing (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Here's what you need to know.
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Biking Over the Hudson: Why It’s Not Easier (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
"I agreed to drop it, reluctantly," said the man who wanted to build a bridge for pedestrians and cyclists from Manhattan to Hoboken or Jersey City.
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Are Public Impeachment Hearings Working? (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
And is America’s tipping system immoral?
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One Thing You Can Do: Know Your Climate Facts (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
Also this week, guarding Arctic researchers from polar bears
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Building a Better Bonfire in Berkeley (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Friday: Flame on, but make it eco-friendly. Also: Los Angeles’s rent crisis.
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The Double-Barreled Dream World of Trump and His Enablers (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
They wanted to take down Biden. But they also wanted to absolve Moscow of election meddling.
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Why We’re Impeaching Our Student Body President Over Trump Jr. (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
The president’s son spoke at the University of Florida for a $50,000 fee. We dug deeper.
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The Day That Decided the 2020 Election (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Democrats have a road map for victory.
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The Racism Right Before Our Eyes (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
There is implicit bias — and then there is behavior like this.
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The Impeachment Hearings Revealed a Lot — None of It Great for Trump (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
After two weeks of public testimony, Americans should have a good sense of why an impeachment inquiry was needed.
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The Real Cost of Tweeting About My Kids (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
When I’ve told you what my son said, it’s not ‘his data’ anymore.
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The Revolt Against Populism (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
These days, the protesters are fighting for freedom.
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Trump and His Corrupt Old Party (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
For Republicans, there is no bottom.
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The Jim Crow South? No, Long Island Today (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
An investigation reveals widespread housing discrimination against blacks and other minorities in New York’s suburbs, more than 50 years after the Fair Housing Act.
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After the Protests: How Will Hong Kong Vote? (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Urban unrest has reshaped Sunday’s elections even in the most rural parts of the territory.
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‘Queen & Slim’ Could Be One of the Great Love Stories of All Time — if You Let It (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
The film is a rare portrayal of black people in our fullness — angry and frightened and hurt, euphoric and loving and free.
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Restoring Brooklyn’s Queen of Department Stores (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
The cast-iron facade of the original Abraham & Straus store in Downtown Brooklyn was saved and attached to the base of a new glass tower.
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Face It, Mom and Dad: I’m Not Special (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
My parents wanted only the best for me. That was the problem.
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Hong Kong Court Reinstates Mask Ban Before Citywide Election (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
The ruling came just days before a vote that is being seen as a referendum on the protest movement in the semiautonomous territory.
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At Last Minute, South Korea Holds Off on Leaving Intelligence Pact With Japan (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
The United States had pushed the two nations to remain in the agreement, which helps gather intelligence on North Korea’s missile activity.
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Victoria’s Secret, Struggling on Many Fronts, Cancels Annual Fashion Show (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
The decision comes as the lingerie giant has sought to overcome a host of challenges, including criticism of objectification of women and its financial woes.
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Man Who Threatened 2 Members of Congress Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
“You will pay,” he said in messages for Representatives Steve Scalise and Cathy McMorris Rodgers, both prominent Republicans.
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‘She Saved Us’: Mourners Pay Tribute to Toni Morrison (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
The Nobel laureate, who died in August, was honored at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York. Speakers included Oprah Winfrey, Angela Davis and Fran Lebowitz.
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China’s Vaping Boom Alarms the Government (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
For years, Chinese e-cigarette makers had free rein to operate without regard to consumer safety. But new rules are set to change that.
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Shepard Smith, Late of Fox News, Gives $500,000 to a Free Press Group (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
A Committee to Protect Journalists event, where he also gave a speech, was the anchor’s first public appearance since he abruptly left the network.
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Colombians Fill Streets in Protest, Riding Region’s Wave of Discontent (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Tens of thousands protested everything from economic inequality to violence against civic leaders, testing an unpopular government as unrest grips the region.
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Arab Thinkers Call to Abandon Boycotts and Engage With Israel (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
It’s a viewpoint that is, to put it mildly, politically incorrect in their home countries, but members of a new Arab council say ostracizing Israel simply doesn’t work.
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Yes, It’s O.K. to Be Sad During the Holidays (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Sometimes the holiday spirit just passes us by, and that’s perfectly normal.
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How to Defuse Tension at the Dinner Table During the Holidays (Wed, 20 Nov 2019)
We’re not saying it’s going to happen … but just in case.
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How to Have Closer Friendships (and Why You Need Them) (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
Even if you find it easy to make friends — and it’s not, for most people — getting truly close to people is still difficult. Here’s how to make it easier.
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5 Things to Avoid on Black Friday (Wed, 20 Nov 2019)
Black Friday is a money- and time-sucking vortex. Here’s what not to do this year.
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16 Useful Gems in Apple’s New iOS 13 (Sun, 27 Oct 2019)
iOS 13, Apple’s new operating system for the iPhone, comes with tons of new tools under the hood. Here are some of the most helpful.
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The Vitality of Six-Man Football (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Six-man football rose nearly 100 years ago in small-town America. In the 21st century, “basketball on grass” is a way of life for towns like McCool Junction, Neb., where finding players is always a challenge.
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They Don’t Call Them Hot Desks for Nothing (Wed, 20 Nov 2019)
Many of today’s co-working offices have stylish interiors with un-beige color schemes. Go ahead, pull up a Sayl chair.
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After Trauma, a Silenced Vocalist Sings Again (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
Lucy Dhegrae begins a four-concert series exploring the complex relationship between mind and body.
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Stephen Colbert Takes Issue With Likening Rudy Giuliani to a Hand Grenade (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Colbert joked on Thursday that Giuliani “seems more like a Molotov cocktail — used by Russians and full of alcohol.”
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‘A Christmas Carol’ Review: God Rest Ye Merry, Plutocrats (Thu, 21 Nov 2019)
This lively reimagining of Dickens’s yuletide perennial, written by Jack Thorne, returns the story’s social conscience to center stage.
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Scientists Are Just Beginning to Understand Mysterious DNA Circles Common in Cancer Cells (Wed, 20 Nov 2019)
For years, researchers weren’t exactly sure what to make of these extra loops of genetic material . That’s quickly changing.
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The Zen of Weight Lifting (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
Chop wood, carry water and other lessons that apply far beyond the gym.
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As a Mountain Biking Motivator, Add a Little Electronic Assist (Fri, 22 Nov 2019)
E-mountain bikes may enable newcomers to gain fitness on daunting hills or snowy trails.
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Crispr Takes Its First Steps in Editing Genes to Fight Cancer (Wed, 06 Nov 2019)
So far, a procedure that turbocharges the immune system to attack tumors seems safe, but it’s too soon to tell whether it helps patients.
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A Designer’s Suicide and the Clothes He Left Behind (Wed, 20 Nov 2019)
Josephus Thimister died last week. You probably don’t know who he was. You should.
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