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By Denise Grady, 56 mins ago · Adding a newer medicine to the standard hormonal treatment helped women who had not reached menopause or were still going through it. Read More →

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By Ben Casselman, 4 hours ago · Trade tensions led American companies to shift operations to Mexico from China. President Trump’s latest tariff threat has upended that strategy. Read More →

By Ana Swanson, 11 hours ago · The status exempts billions of dollars of India’s products from American tariffs, part of a deepening clash over the country’s protections for its market. Read More →

By Jim Tankersley, 11 hours ago · The nation’s highest civilian award will go in June to an economist who has shaped decades of Republican tax policy. Read More →

By Cecilia Kang and Katie Benner, 11 hours ago · A case would renew scrutiny of the company amid a growing chorus of criticism about the power of big tech. Read More →

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By Shannon Hall, 3 hours ago · Images of the Starlink constellation in orbit have rattled astronomers around the world. Read More →

By Scott Shane and Nicole Perlroth, 11 hours ago · A stolen N.S.A. hacking tool was a component in a cyberattack on the city, people involved in the investigation have told The Times. Read More →

By David Streitfeld and Don Clark, 14 hours ago · The tech cold war is heating up. U.S. companies that depend on the giant China market are preparing themselves for the fallout. Read More →

By Kenneth Chang, 20 hours ago · The landers would be the first American spacecraft to touch down on the moon since the astronauts of Apollo 17 left in 1972. Read More →

By David Gelles, 20 hours ago · An early passion for science fiction and board games led to an influential career in technology. Read More →

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By Denise Grady, 29 mins ago · Adding a newer medicine to the standard hormonal treatment helped women who had not reached menopause or were still going through it. Read More →

By Palko Karasz, 29 mins ago · Mr. Reyes’s car ran off the highway south of the Spanish city of Seville on Saturday, according to local news reports. Read More →

By Rory Smith, 3 hours ago · Jürgen Klopp and his players waited a year for another shot at Europe’s biggest title. But first they had to kill three weeks. Read More →

By The New York Times and Molly Bennet, 3 hours ago · From paddleboarding in Colorado to bachata music in Puerto Rico, we asked writers to tell us what makes their beach vacations the best. Read More →

By Shawn McCreesh, 3 hours ago · Tabloid photographers are there when they leave for work, when they return at night, when Kim Kardashian West or Steven Mnuchin drops by. Read More →

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By Denise Grady, 43 mins ago · Adding a newer medicine to the standard hormonal treatment helped women who had not reached menopause or were still going through it. Read More →

By Katie Benner, 2 hours ago · A school made headlines for sending black students to elite campuses, but it was too good to be true. Read More →

By Liam Stack, 3 hours ago · Anthony Gignac, 48, once called “The Prince of Fraud,” was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison. Prosecutors said he had spent most of his life impersonat.. Read More →

By Campbell Robertson, 3 hours ago · The governor of Kentucky is not popular, even within his own party. But party ID and a friendship with the president may be enough for his re-election. Read More →

By Linda Qiu, 3 hours ago · The Massachusetts senator has emphasized her wealth tax on millionaires and defended her past stance on marijuana. Here’s a fact check. Read More →

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By Joanne Kaufman, 3 hours ago · The actress and co-author of “Our Shoes, Our Selves” teed up at Chelsea Piers. Read More →

By Jesse McKinley, 12 hours ago · Black and Latino men had often been charged under New York’s unusual ban on the knives, which are opened with a flick of the wrist. Read More →

By Vivian Wang, 13 hours ago · The congresswoman, who has often cited her former restaurant job to emphasize her roots, mounted a classic political stunt to promote higher pay for tipped-wag.. Read More →

By Robert D. McFadden, 13 hours ago · His rise from poverty to riches through a drug-smuggling enterprise was a larger-than-life tale of ambition, organization and ruthless brutality. Read More →

By Jesse McKinley, 14 hours ago · Black and Latino men had often been charged under New York’s unusual ban on the knives, which are opened with a flick of the wrist. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By Denise Grady, 40 mins ago · Adding a newer medicine to the standard hormonal treatment helped women who had not reached menopause or were still going through it. Read More →

By Shannon Hall, 3 hours ago · Images of the Starlink constellation in orbit have rattled astronomers around the world. Read More →

By Sam Roberts, 11 hours ago · A prominent surgeon and Howard University professor, he promoted awareness of the risks of cancer, particularly among African-Americans. Read More →

By Christopher Flavelle, 14 hours ago · Prices are rising and planting is far behind schedule as farmers face a complex new calculus about what to plant—or whether to plant at all. Read More →

By Veronique Greenwood, 14 hours ago · In a study of mice, researchers found no links between the neural systems related to reward and monitoring water intake. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
3 hours ago · In the pool, by the sea, tales of long summer days on the water. Read More →

By Nell McShane Wulfhart, 3 hours ago · His family, to start with. Read More →

By Elisabeth Goodridge, 3 hours ago · Small children, big children and adults who enjoy behaving like children will find much to like at the New York resort. Others may notice the rough edges. Read More →

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By Denise Grady, 29 mins ago · Adding a newer medicine to the standard hormonal treatment helped women who had not reached menopause or were still going through it. Read More →

By Jen A. Miller, 29 mins ago · Wednesday is the day to celebrate the sport. Read More →

By Sam Roberts, 12 hours ago · A prominent surgeon and Howard University professor, he promoted awareness of the risks of cancer, particularly among African-Americans. Read More →

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