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3 hours ago · Bank officials are said to have been eager to provide the President’s financial documents to Congress. Read More →

By EMILY STEEL, 4 hours ago · The woman leading Australia’s inquiry into workplace sexual harassment is trying to overcome nondisclosure agreements that prevent victims from talking. Read More →

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By LI YUAN, 5 hours ago · The Chinese telecom giant seeks acceptance in the West, but its structure and value system — patterned after the Communist Party’s — could stand in the way. Read More →

By JACK NICAS, 10 hours ago · The company said it would add to its record returns to shareholders, most likely fueling an intensifying debate over corporate spending. Read More →

By KAREN ZRAICK, 13 hours ago · A team at the University of Maryland is developing drone technology to deliver organs faster and give doctors timely updates on their transit. Read More →

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Cambridge Scholars Publishing is an independent academic publisher, committed to providing a forward-thinking publishing service that champions original thinkin.. Read More →

The New York Times » Technology Remove
By LI YUAN, 5 hours ago · The Chinese telecom giant seeks acceptance in the West, but its structure and value system — patterned after the Communist Party’s — could stand in the way. Read More →

By KAREN ZRAICK, 12 hours ago · A team at the University of Maryland is developing drone technology to deliver organs faster and give doctors timely updates on their transit. Read More →

By JACK NICAS, 12 hours ago · The company said it would add to its record returns to shareholders, most likely fueling an intensifying debate over corporate spending. Read More →

By KENNETH CHANG, 12 hours ago · Tiny sensors with tinier legs, stamped out of silicon wafers, could one day soon help fix your cellphone battery or study your brain. Read More →

By MIKE ISAAC, 19 hours ago · The social network rolled out a redesign, in the most visible signal of how it is starting to emphasize private communications. Read More →

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By CHARLIE SAVAGE, 35 secs ago · The attorney general is expected to answer questions on Capitol Hill about the special counsel’s findings for the first time since he made a partly redacted ve.. Read More →

By JILL COWAN, 36 secs ago · Wednesday: The accused gunman’s family released a statement; President Trump’s new asylum restrictions; and meeting the artist Ron Nagle. Read More →

By EILEEN SULLIVAN, 40 secs ago · President Trump unleashed dozens of retweets Wednesday morning, just days after Joseph R. Biden Jr. received the endorsement of the national firefighters’ unio.. Read More →

By ILIANA MAGRA, 2 hours ago · A London court sentenced Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, for jumping bail in 2012, but his legal troubles are far from over. Read More →

By ANIKA BURGESS, 2 hours ago · In iconic locations, we recreated New York Times photos from 1951. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By ILIANA MAGRA, 1 hour ago · A London court sentenced Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, to prison for jumping bail in 2012, but his legal troubles are far from over. Read More →

By EILEEN SULLIVAN, 1 hour ago · President Trump unleashed dozens of retweets Wednesday morning, just days after Joseph R. Biden Jr. received the endorsement of the national firefighters’ unio.. Read More →

By CHRIS STANFORD, 4 hours ago · Attorney General, Venezuela, U.N.C. Charlotte: Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

By MAX LAKIN, 4 hours ago · In the ’80s, a portrait photographer coming into his own captured an enigmatic artist creating his own legend. Rarely exhibited, the images are here, and at Fr.. Read More →

By LIAM STACK, 4 hours ago · The ruling, part of a slow-moving legal battle, comes nearly two years after a deadly white nationalist rally to protest the removal of one of the statues. Read More →

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By COREY KILGANNON, 2 hours ago · Wednesday: The new Statue of Liberty Museum will open this month, and a bevy of elected officials are invited. Read More →

By BARRY MEIER, 4 hours ago · Keith Raniere once led a cultlike group in which women were branded and taught to revere him. Now, he’s on trial, and testimony is expected to be prurient, biz.. Read More →

By LISA M. COLLINS, 4 hours ago · Many dating and lifestyle consultants are divorced women who want to provide the kind of guidance they found lacking when they were starting over. Read More →

By JAY LEVIN, 4 hours ago · Known for its creative community, the Bergen County borough is said to have “more oboists per capita” than anywhere else. But look out for the traffic. Read More →

By ANIKA BURGESS, 4 hours ago · In iconic locations, we recreated New York Times photos from 1951. Read More →

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By KAREN ZRAICK, 9 hours ago · A team at the University of Maryland is developing drone technology to deliver organs faster and give doctors timely updates on their transit. Read More →

By BENEDICT CAREY, 9 hours ago · The labels must mention that side effects include risky behaviors, such as sleepwalking and sleep driving, that can lead to injury and even death. Read More →

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr., 9 hours ago · Measles outbreaks have occurred in 22 states. Now adults are wondering if they are immune and whether they should get a shot of the vaccine. Here’s what you ne.. Read More →

By KENNETH CHANG, 9 hours ago · Tiny sensors with tinier legs, stamped out of silicon wafers, could one day soon help fix your cellphone battery or study your brain. Read More →

By SANDRA E. GARCIA, 14 hours ago · The Indian Army posted photos on Twitter of what they believed were the footprints of a yeti. Social media responded with theories of its own. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
By SARAH FIRSHEIN, 2 hours ago · For some travelers, trips are built around reservations at restaurants with Michelin stars or a place on the annual 50 Best Restaurants list. Read More →

By ROD NORDLAND, 2 hours ago · Capri has decreed a ban on plastic and would like to limit boat traffic, too, in an effort to control those twin Italian ills: tourism and trash. Read More →

By LAUREN SLOSS, 2 hours ago · This summer marks the 50th anniversary of mankind’s giant leap, and NASA centers, museums and even entire cities are gearing up to celebrate. Read More →

The New York Times » Health Remove
By LISA SANDERS, M.D., 3 hours ago · The M.R.I. indicated one thing. Eventually a doctor found another problem entirely. Read More →

By DANIEL VICTOR and TIFFANY MAY, 3 hours ago · Internet users are posting videos of themselves exercising using nothing more than soap, water, a slick hard floor and maybe a lack of common sense. Read More →

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS, 3 hours ago · Even a single workout may make our brain’s memory centers, like our muscles, more fit. Read More →

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