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As Rafah Offensive Grinds On, Hunger in Gaza Spirals (ven., 24 mai 2024)
Aid officials and health experts expect famine this month unless Israel lifts barriers to aid, the fighting stops and vital services are restored.
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Israel Recovers Bodies of 3 More Hostages in Gaza (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The bodies were found in Jabaliya, where the Israeli military has been trying to root out a renewed Hamas insurgency.
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New Era Dawns for the NCAA: Paying Athletes Directly (Fri, 24 May 2024)
If approved by a judge, the $2.8 billion settlement of an antitrust lawsuit would allow for the first revenue-sharing plan for college athletes. The question now: How will it work?
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Ozempic May Help Treat Kidney Disease, Study Finds (Fri, 24 May 2024)
A major clinical trial showed such promising results that the drug’s maker halted it early.
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A Furious, Forgotten Slave Narrative Resurfaces After Nearly 170 Years (Fri, 24 May 2024)
John S. Jacobs was a fugitive, an abolitionist — and the brother of the canonical author Harriet Jacobs. Now, his own fierce autobiography has re-emerged.
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Morgan Spurlock, Documentarian Known for ‘Super Size Me,’ Dies at 53 (Fri, 24 May 2024)
His 2004 film followed Mr. Spurlock as he ate nothing but McDonald’s for a month. It was nominated for an Oscar, but it later came in for criticism.
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McDonald’s Is Bigger Than Ever: How ‘Super Size Me’ Lost the Culture War (Sun, 12 May 2024)
“Super Size Me” helped lead a backlash against McDonald’s. Twenty years on, the industry is bigger than ever.
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The Business Ties That Bind the U.S. and China Are Strong but Fraying (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The prospects for future commerce, and peace, are intertwined, our columnist writes.
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China Has a Plan for Its Housing Crisis. Here’s Why It’s Not Enough. (Fri, 24 May 2024)
A new approach by China’s top leaders is bold but pales against the problem: a vast number of empty apartments no one wants to buy.
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The Architect Who Made Singapore’s Public Housing the Envy of the World (Fri, 24 May 2024)
With a focus on affordability, community, convenience and light, Liu Thai Ker replaced squalid slums with spacious high-rises. A recent spike in some sale prices, however, has saddened him.
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How Singapore’s Public Housing System Works (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Singapore’s public housing system has been a great success and a key factor in the nation’s development. But in recent years, rising prices have raised questions about affordability.
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What Set the A.T.F. and an Airport Leader on the Path to a Deadly Encounter? (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Bryan Malinowski was the executive director of the airport in Little Rock, Ark., and sold firearms at gun shows. Federal agents believed he was breaking the law.
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How Right Wing Commentators Are Pushing Raw Milk Misinformation (Fri, 24 May 2024)
On sites like Infowars, Gab and Rumble, federal concerns about raw milk are seen as overreach, but there are serious health risks and no scientifically proven benefits.
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Milk Containing Bird-Flu Virus Can Sicken Mice, Study Finds (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The results bolster evidence that virus-laden raw milk may be unsafe for humans.
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Three Missionaries in Haiti Killed in Gang Attack (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The latest assault by Haitian gangs left the three people, including two Americans, dead in Port-au-Prince.
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Is the Party That Ended Apartheid Losing Its Grip on South Africa? (Tue, 21 May 2024)
The African National Congress has long rested on its legacy. But increasingly that isn’t enough to persuade voters to keep it in power.
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Elon Musk is Criticizing Biden On X More Ahead of 2024 Election (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The billionaire owner of X has increasingly been using his social media platform to criticize President Biden for his health and immigration policies, according to a New York Times analysis.
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These Teens Adopted an Orphaned Oil Well. Their Goal: Shut It Down. (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Students, nonprofit groups and others are fund-raising to cap highly polluting oil and gas wells abandoned by industry.
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Minnesota Republicans Endorse Royce White, an Alex Jones Acolyte, for Senate (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Alex Jones, Steve Bannon and the left-to-right pipeline.
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What Living in a SpaceX Company Town Tells Us About Elon Musk (Fri, 24 May 2024)
To some, Elon Musk has given Brownsville, Texas, a reason for being, a future. To others, he’s a colonizer, flirting with white nationalists online while exploiting a predominantly brown work force.
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How Could Alito Have Been So Foolish to Fly an Upside-Down American Flag? (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Displaying an upside-down American flag shouldn’t have happened.
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A Polling Risk for Trump (Fri, 24 May 2024)
His advantage may not be as stable as it looks.
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ScarJo vs. ChatGPT, Neuralink’s First Patient Opens Up, and Microsoft’s A.I. PCs (Fri, 24 May 2024)
“Did you ever think we would have a literal Avenger fighting back against the relentless march of A.I.? Because that’s sort of what this story is about.”
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University Leaders Face a Long, Complex Summer (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Many officials may be confronting federal investigations, disputes over student discipline — and the prospect that the protests start all over again in the fall.
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Interest on Federal Student Loans Is Rising to 6.53% (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The rate for undergraduate loans is up from 5.5 percent this past school year and higher than it has been in more than a decade.
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Kabosu, Shiba Inu Dog Who Helped Define the Doge Meme, Dies at 18 (Fri, 24 May 2024)
The dog, whose face helped spread the popular doge meme and later became the logo of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, died on Friday.
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Ampla, a Lender to Consumer Brands, Faces Financial Struggles (Fri, 24 May 2024)
Ampla, which lent money to smaller businesses that sold clothing, home furnishings and other items directly to consumers, is struggling financially and seeking a buyer.
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