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The New York Times » Business Day Remove
2 hours ago · The U.S.-China trade war intensified yesterday as Beijing and Washington outlined plans to increase tariffs on each other’s goods. Read More →

By MIKE IVES and KATHERINE LI, 2 hours ago · An African swine fever outbreak that had been centered in China is rapidly spreading to neighboring countries, pushing up prices of pork, a staple in many Asia.. Read More →

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By KEITH BRADSHER, 3 hours ago · Taxes are simpler and bureaucracy has been trimmed. Prime Minister Modi wants a second term to prove that India is open for business. Read More →

By JACEY FORTIN, 3 hours ago · The charges came nearly four years after three neighbors of the pilot, Christian Richard Martin, were brutally killed. He has denied any involvement in their d.. Read More →

By THE NEW YORK TIMES, 4 hours ago · Investors grew calmer after Beijing’s retaliatory tariffs shook markets, but sharp rhetoric suggests the fight is far from over. Read More →

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SCB Legal’s law blog analyses trending legal topics & answers your most pressing questions. Subscribe here to keep up with Australian & Sydney legal issues. Read More →

The New York Times » Technology Remove
By BENEDICT CAREY, 3 hours ago · Scientists are racing to treat brain disabilities with electrical stimulation. Here’s a metaphor to help make sense of the progress. Read More →

By SCOTT SHANE and RONEN BERGMAN, 9 hours ago · A research group at the University of Toronto has untangled look-alike websites and bogus news stories that appear to echo the Iranian government’s positions. Read More →

By NICOLE PERLROTH and RONEN BERGMAN, 9 hours ago · Researchers said the NSO Group had found a vulnerability, which was disclosed Monday, that was used to target the iPhone of a human-rights lawyer in London and.. Read More →

By SANDRA E. GARCIA, 17 hours ago · The driver, an assistant professor at a commonwealth campus of Pennsylvania State University, was charged with kidnapping and false imprisonment. Read More →

By JOHN HERRMAN, 21 hours ago · On TikTok, there’s always a rally, and expressing support for the president makes for good content. Read More →

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By MIHIR ZAVERI, 9 mins ago · The federal authorities have joined an investigation into a blaze at Diyanet Mosque of New Haven, Conn. Read More →

By GEOFFREY MORRISON, 41 mins ago · It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the best ways to reduce stress while traveling is to just plan less and let spontaneity take over. Read More →

By A.O. SCOTT, 1 hour ago · Celebrated and misunderstood, Doris Day embodied the American mainstream and scrambled all its codes. Read More →

By SEBASTIAN MODAK, 2 hours ago · In Plovdiv, the 52 Places Traveler meets the people who are turning the city into a true capital of culture. Read More →

By TRISH BENDIX, 2 hours ago · “I know why you want to change it, because it makes it seem less dangerous,” Colbert said. “There’s a reason no one went to see ‘Avengers: Infinity Negotiation.. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By JONATHAN MARTIN, 2 hours ago · Mr. Bullock, a little-known moderate from a lightly populated state, joins a field dominated by high-profile candidates from the two coasts. Read More →

By INYOUNG KANG, 2 hours ago · Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

4 hours ago · It’s been 150 years since two railroads were joined together to form the first Transcontinental Railroad. At a ceremony in Utah, Chinese railroad workers were .. Read More →

By JACEY FORTIN, 4 hours ago · The charges came nearly four years after three neighbors of the pilot, Christian Richard Martin, were brutally killed. He has denied any involvement in their d.. Read More →

By ALAN BLINDER, 4 hours ago · State officials ordered a new election in the Ninth Congressional District, so Republicans must select one of 10 candidates in the last unsettled House race of.. Read More →

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The New York Times » New York Remove
By AZI PAYBARAH, 2 hours ago · Tuesday: ‘A very, very slow-moving pressure system’ has made us chilly and damp but shouldn’t last much longer. Read More →

By MIHIR ZAVERI, 8 hours ago · The federal authorities have joined an investigation into a blaze at Diyanet Mosque of New Haven, Conn. Read More →

By SHARON OTTERMAN, 12 hours ago · A lawyer who helped lead an investigation into sexual abuse allegations against a U.S.A. Gymnastics team doctor will review whether Michael H. Steinhardt engag.. Read More →

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL, 12 hours ago · The findings of an internal affairs inquiry were made public for the first time at a disciplinary hearing against the officer, Daniel Pantaleo. Read More →

By WILLIAM NEUMAN, 12 hours ago · Bill de Blasio’s news conference felt like a campaign event, as he fought to be heard over hecklers with a “worst mayor ever” sign and the songs of Tony Bennet.. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By MIKE IVES and KATHERINE LI, 1 hour ago · An African swine fever outbreak that had been centered in China is rapidly spreading to neighboring countries, pushing up prices of pork, a staple in many Asia.. Read More →

By BENEDICT CAREY, 3 hours ago · Scientists are racing to treat brain disabilities with electrical stimulation. Here’s a metaphor to help make sense of the progress. Read More →

By JOSH HANER and JAMES ESTRIN, 3 hours ago · The New York Times photographer Josh Haner has spent the past four years capturing the effects of climate change around the world and under water. Read More →

By KENNETH CHANG, 9 hours ago · The funds would help accelerate the agency’s schedule for returning astronauts to the lunar surface by 2024. Read More →

By PATRICIA COHEN, 12 hours ago · A state jury’s award for a Northern California couple followed awards in separate cases in March and August, and was the largest by far. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
By ISABEL KERSHNER, 3 hours ago · Hosting an annual international song contest, Tel Aviv has tried to remain an island of secular liberalism divorced from Israel’s troubles. Read More →

By STEVE KNOPPER, 3 hours ago · In the spring, a.k.a. mud season, the mountains are beautiful, the hotel rooms are half price and the $2 draft beers are flowing. Read More →

By GEOFFREY MORRISON, 3 hours ago · It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the best ways to reduce stress while traveling is to just plan less and let spontaneity take over. Read More →

By CHRISTINE HAUSER, 14 hours ago · A man was charged with fatally stabbing a hiker and wounding another in Virginia. The attack unnerved the disparate but close-knit community of hikers on the 2.. Read More →

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