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The New York Times » Business Day Remove
2 hours ago · The business man no longer wants to join the Fed’s board, citing a pay cut that would make others tell their boss “where to go.” Read More →

By NATHANIEL POPPER, 3 hours ago · To understand where cryptocurrencies are going, it helps to look beneath the price gyrations to see how people are actually using the technology. The data prov.. Read More →

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By ADAM SATARIANO, 8 hours ago · The Estonian ride-hailing company Bolt is an unexpected success story. The start-up points to Uber’s global challenges. Read More →

By TARIRO MZEZEWA, 8 hours ago · After originally being given a citation, the employee has since been charged in Texas with a misdemeanor. Read More →

By NEAL E. BOUDETTE, 12 hours ago · Mr. Musk said Tesla cars would soon drive themselves and serve as robot taxis. But many experts think autonomous cars are at least several years away. Read More →

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The New York Times » Technology Remove
By NATHANIEL POPPER, 3 hours ago · To understand where cryptocurrencies are going, it helps to look beneath the price gyrations to see how people are actually using the technology. The data prov.. Read More →

By ADAM SATARIANO, 7 hours ago · The Estonian ride-hailing company Bolt is an unexpected success story. The start-up points to Uber’s global challenges. Read More →

By NEAL E. BOUDETTE, 12 hours ago · Mr. Musk said Tesla cars would soon drive themselves and serve as robot taxis. But many experts think autonomous cars are at least several years away. Read More →

By NATHANIEL POPPER, 14 hours ago · The company is hoping the success of its plant-based burger will lure investors to an I.P.O. that would value it at $1.2 billion. Read More →

By KATE CONGER and DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI, 16 hours ago · Two Google workers who called for an employee protest over the company’s treatment of sexual harassment said they were demoted or told their role would change… Read More →

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The New York Times Remove
By PALKO KARASZ, 1 hour ago · Queen Elizabeth II formally invited the American leader to visit in June, when celebrations for the 75th anniversary of D-Day will be held. Read More →

By ED O’LOUGHLIN, 1 hour ago · Under heavy criticism, the republican paramilitary group took the unusual step of admitting its role in Lyra McKee’s death. Read More →

By SEBASTIAN MODAK, 2 hours ago · Traveling along the fabled Silk Road to Tashkent and beyond, the 52 Places Traveler joined the festivities. Read More →

By TRISH BENDIX, 3 hours ago · “This document was covered in so much ink it looked like Adam Levine’s torso,” Noah joked on Monday. “Like one of the pages had nipples.” Read More →

By JESSE GREEN, 3 hours ago · An old-fashioned, overliteral revival of the 1947 play stars Tracy Letts and Annette Bening. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By CHRIS STANFORD, 3 hours ago · Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

By MICHAEL WINES, 4 hours ago · The Supreme Court is reviewing whether 2020 census respondents should say whether they are citizens. Their answer could affect political maps for generations t.. Read More →

By SYDNEY EMBER, 4 hours ago · The Vermont senator has been the front-runner in early campaigning, but Mr. Biden’s expected entry could change that. Mr. Sanders is not likely to care. Read More →

By ADAM LIPTAK, 4 hours ago · Adding the question, government experts said, could depress participation in the census and affect how congressional seats are allocated. Read More →

By MIHIR ZAVERI, 4 hours ago · A federal jury found the couple guilty in January. Prosecutors said the girl was forced to cook, clean and care for the couple’s children. Read More →

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By AZI PAYBARAH, 2 hours ago · Tuesday: The City Council has approved a 5-cent charge on the bags. Read More →

By JEFFERY C. MAYS, 4 hours ago · Two New York City councilmen lost their committee seats after making remarks about gays and Palestinians that some found offensive. Read More →

By MICHAEL GOLD, 15 hours ago · The City Council has approved a 5-cent charge on paper bags, making it harder to hide from the statewide ban on single-use plastic ones. Read More →

By FLORENCE FABRICANT, 16 hours ago · Three Owls Market in the West Village of Manhattan stocks prepared foods to eat in or take away. Read More →

By SARAH MASLIN NIR, 18 hours ago · The Ramapough Lenape Indians accuse Mahwah, N.J., of using zoning rules to violate their religious freedom. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By C. CLAIBORNE RAY, 14 hours ago · The creatures host a number of chemicals that fight off bacteria and fungi. Read More →

By DYLAN LOEB McCLAIN, 18 hours ago · Using math to explain strange states of matter, like superconductivity, he had a “transformational” impact on physics, with real-world applications. Read More →

By SOMINI SENGUPTA, 18 hours ago · Most of the world’s poor countries are poorer than they would have been had greenhouse gas emissions not altered the climate. In some rich countries, it’s the .. Read More →

By HEATHER MURPHY, 18 hours ago · These three men spent decades in prison as a result of statistical exaggerations. They were among 150 men and women released from prison after their wrongful c.. Read More →

By RACHEL NUWER, 19 hours ago · Asian small-clawed otters are increasingly popular as novelty pets, particularly in Japan. Now international trade in the species may be banned. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
By SEBASTIAN MODAK, 4 hours ago · Traveling along the fabled Silk Road to Tashkent and beyond, the 52 Places Traveler joined the festivities. Read More →

By GEOFFREY MORRISON, 4 hours ago · These tips can help you take better vacation images, and maybe save you from spending big on a new camera. Read More →

By TARIRO MZEZEWA, 6 hours ago · After originally being given a citation, the employee has since been charged in Texas with a misdemeanor. Read More →

By TARIRO MZEZEWA, 15 hours ago · The Trump administration said it would crack down on ‘veiled tourism’ to Cuba. Here’s what that could mean for U.S. travelers. Read More →

By RACHEL WHARTON, 20 hours ago · A writer and chef is on a quest to tell the world about Texas Mexican food, the cooking of South Texas and northern Mexico that predates and spans the border. Read More →

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