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The New York Times » Business Day Remove
By Nelson D. Schwartz, 54 mins ago · The government reported a sharp decline in the pace of hiring, adding to concern that the economy is slowing. Read More →

By Nelson D. Schwartz, 2 hours ago · Analysts are looking for healthy gains, but wild cards like census hiring and the trade wars make the data especially hard to predict. Read More →

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2 hours ago · Executives thought that France would probably never stop trying to exert control if the company was joined with Renault. Read More →

By Ann Carrns, 2 hours ago · Advocates say the state-based accounts, which let disabled people work and save money without risking the loss of government aid, could help millions of people.. Read More →

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The New York Times » Technology Remove
By Jamie Condliffe, 21 mins ago · The legal action against Silicon Valley’s giants will be long, difficult, uncertain and, for some people, disappointing. Read More →

By Cecilia Kang and Kenneth P. Vogel, 9 hours ago · Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, facing the growing possibility of antitrust action and legislation to rein in their power, are spending freely to gain infl.. Read More →

By Martha Schwendener, 15 hours ago · The blind spots and new possibilities of the technologies we love (and hate). Read More →

By Jack Nicas, 19 hours ago · Google said it would acquire Looker for $2.6 billion in a bid to catch rivals in the cloud-computing industry. Read More →

By Shane Goldmacher and Stephanie Saul, 22 hours ago · Until recently Silicon Valley was seen as one of the few relatively untainted sources of big-money donations for Democratic candidates. Now, that’s changing. Read More →

The New York Times Remove
By Nelson D. Schwartz, 31 mins ago · The government reported a sharp decline in the pace of hiring, adding to concern that the economy is slowing. Read More →

By Naila-Jean Meyers, 1 hour ago · The longtime rivals are playing for a spot in the French Open final on Friday afternoon in Paris. Read More →

By Nelson D. Schwartz, 1 hour ago · Analysts are looking for healthy gains, but wild cards like census hiring and the trade wars make the data especially hard to predict. Read More →

By Megan Specia, 1 hour ago · The ships came within 50 to 100 feet of each other, the U.S. Navy said, but the Americans and the Russians offered much different accounts. Read More →

By Michael Paulson and Holly Williams, 3 hours ago · From a Paris crosswalk to Radio City Music Hall, the TV funnyman and Tony Awards host reminds us that he started on the stage. 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 Jan Hoffman, 3 hours ago · Adoptive parents and adoptees share what they have learned based on experiences in their own families. Read More →

By Maggie Astor, 3 hours ago · For years, repealing the amendment was not part of the political conversation at all. But now, almost every Democratic presidential candidate is calling for it.. Read More →

By Michael LaForgia and Walt Bogdanich, 3 hours ago · Tucked into the administration’s emergency order to sell arms to Saudi Arabia is approval for Raytheon to build key components of precision-guided bombs with S.. Read More →

By Patricia Cohen, 3 hours ago · Digital recruiting is leaving more of a forensic trail in discrimination cases. But a wave of litigation is running up against higher legal hurdles. Read More →

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The New York Times » New York Remove
By Azi Paybarah, 3 hours ago · Friday: The museum plans to add space and change what it displays. It will reopen in October. Read More →

By Brian Thomas Gallagher, 3 hours ago · Dan Bullock, a boy from Brooklyn, was the youngest American killed in the war. Read More →

By Patrick McGeehan, 3 hours ago · In Chelsea, a wealthy investor with plans for a dream home must face preservationists who contend that things have gone too far. Read More →

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By Julie Satow, 3 hours ago · Before Eloise became known as the luxury hotel’s most famous guest, a host of wealthy dowagers held court there. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By Erik Piepenburg, 3 hours ago · The Cuyahoga River burst into flames for the last time in 1969. As tourism climbs, the city celebrates the river’s rebound 50 years later. Read More →

By Lisa Friedman, 10 hours ago · The pledge by the former New York City mayor is part of an effort to close every coal-fired power plant in the United States and halt the growth of natural gas.. Read More →

By Coral Davenport, 15 hours ago · In a letter signed by 17 industry giants including Ford, General Motors and Toyota, the firms asked Mr. Trump to go back to the negotiating table. Read More →

By Cara Giaimo, 15 hours ago · Researchers developed a model that explains a peculiar pattern found in a shrub common in Japan. Read More →

By Martha Schwendener, 17 hours ago · The blind spots and new possibilities of the technologies we love (and hate). Read More →

The New York Times » Travel Remove
By Cindy Hirschfeld, 3 hours ago · You don’t have to go to Germany to get a strong dose of the art school’s provocative design during its centennial year. Read More →

By Erik Piepenburg, 3 hours ago · The Cuyahoga River burst into flames for the last time in 1969. As tourism climbs, the city celebrates the river’s rebound 50 years later. Read More →

By Nell McShane Wulfhart, 17 hours ago · The soccer megastar is in Paris for the 2019 Women’s World Cup. Vitamins, CBD drops and plenty of protein bars went with her. Read More →

By Roberta Smith, 17 hours ago · With the museum shutting down June 15 for a four-month renovation, our critic assesses the challenges that lay ahead. Read More →

By Will Heinrich, 17 hours ago · Familiarity breeds contentment before MoMA’s “Broadway Boogie Woogie.” Read More →

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