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The New York Times » Business Day Remove
3 hours ago · U.S. chip makers are still selling products to Huawei, despite a Trump administration ban on the sale of American technology to the Chinese company. Read More →

By Keith Bradsher, Daniel Victor and Mike Ives, 4 hours ago · Beijing has already said that its leaders will not discuss Hong Kong at the upcoming G20 summit. But Hong Kong protesters still hope for global backing. Read More →

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By Erin Griffith, 4 hours ago · StockX is one of several online marketplaces that have turned resales of shoes into a big — and highly valued — business. Read More →

By Brian X. Chen, 4 hours ago · For $15 to $40, you can easily bring your phone to a foreign country and enjoy access to apps, maps and the web. But it takes a lot of steps, hence this travel.. Read More →

By David Yaffe-Bellany, 14 hours ago · Claims of price manipulation have been floating around for years, but a government filing means criminal charges could follow. Read More →

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Social Issues, Theology, History, No fluff. LDS, Mormon. Read More →

The New York Times » Technology Remove
By Erin Griffith, 3 hours ago · StockX is one of several online marketplaces that have turned resales of shoes into a big — and highly valued — business. Read More →

By Nathaniel Popper, 12 hours ago · The social media company said it had signed 27 partners to its Libra project. But executives at some of those companies said they were approaching it warily. Read More →

By Paul Mozur and Cecilia Kang, 15 hours ago · Chip makers’ deals underscore how difficult it is to clamp down on companies that the administration considers a national security threat. Read More →

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By Jill Cowan, 7 mins ago · Wednesday: Community members are facing tough questions. Also: New details about Representative Duncan Hunter, and Charo. Read More →

By Sydney Ember, 20 mins ago · Which candidates believe the next president can stop climate change? How do they see the future of health care, handguns, the Supreme Court and other issues? H.. Read More →

By Megan Specia, 51 mins ago · Meteorologists say temperatures could climb above 40 degrees Celsius, or more than 104 degrees Fahrenheit, across large stretches of the Continent. Read More →

By Vanessa Friedman, 2 hours ago · A breakdown of what the candidates are saying when they aren’t saying anything at all. Read More →

By Kyle Buchanan, 2 hours ago · For our project on the future of movies, the director and actress notes there are more opportunities but smaller paychecks. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By Chris Stanford, 2 hours ago · Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

By Tariro Mzezewa, 4 hours ago · Tours of historic houses in the South used to focus on the fine furniture and design. Now, some are talking about who built them. Read More →

By Sydney Ember, 4 hours ago · Which candidates believe the next president can stop climate change? How do they see the future of health care, handguns, the Supreme Court and other issues? H.. Read More →

By Liam Stack, 4 hours ago · Pride parades were inspired by the 1969 Stonewall riots, which pitted L.G.B.T. people against the police. So do uniformed officers belong at Pride? Read More →

By Joe Drape and Corina Knoll, 4 hours ago · There were 30 horse deaths in six months. Many blame a culture of chasing profits and a racing surface trainers say was unsafe. Read More →

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The New York Times » New York Remove
By Jenna Wortham, 2 hours ago · Gay clubs and safe spaces have historically offered a place for experiences and road-testing new looks, identity expressions, desires and orientations. Like “g.. Read More →

By Azi Paybarah, 4 hours ago · Wednesday: Two nights of debates means two nights of watch parties across the city. Read More →

By Jan Benzel, 4 hours ago · In this quiet Long Island enclave, the tranquil beaches and vineyards are part of the draw. So are the friendly residents. Read More →

By Liam Stack, 4 hours ago · Pride parades were inspired by the 1969 Stonewall riots, which pitted L.G.B.T. people against the police. So do uniformed officers belong at Pride? Read More →

By Winnie Hu, 4 hours ago · A New York City program aims to move homeless people out of the subway by giving them shelter and support services instead of tickets. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By Brad Plumer, 3 hours ago · Utilities are facing a choice: Embrace natural gas or shift more aggressively to renewable power? The decision will have a major climate impact. Read More →

By Joe Drape and Corina Knoll, 3 hours ago · There were 30 horse deaths in six months. Many blame a culture of chasing profits and a racing surface trainers say was unsafe. Read More →

By Rod Nordland, 3 hours ago · Researchers said the fruit was behind annual outbreaks of a fatal syndrome in eastern India. But local doctors say that theory can’t explain all the cases. Read More →

By Denise Grady, 15 hours ago · U.S. Stem Cell must stop injecting fat extracts into patients, an unproven treatment that federal officials say blinded some patients. Read More →

By Pam Belluck, 15 hours ago · Here’s what research suggests about a class of drugs called anticholinergics, which treat a wide range of ailments, from depression to bladder issues. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
By Tariro Mzezewa, 2 hours ago · Tours of historic houses in the South used to focus on the fine furniture and design. Now, some are talking about who built them. Read More →

2 hours ago · Tours in places like Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S.C., used to concentrate on the wealthy owners of houses, now they are bringing the enslaved people who al.. Read More →

By Brian X. Chen, 2 hours ago · For $15 to $40, you can easily bring your phone to a foreign country and enjoy access to apps, maps and the web. But it takes a lot of steps, hence this travel.. Read More →

By The New York Times, 16 hours ago · New York City is hosting this year’s WorldPride celebration and commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. From parades to drag shows, here.. Read More →

By Florence Fabricant, 19 hours ago · The highest-ranking American restaurant this year is Cosme, in New York. Read More →

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The New York Times » Health Remove
By John Ismay, 3 hours ago · Annette Nellis and three other airmen came forward with health issues years after they were exposed to chemicals during a training exercise. When will the mili.. Read More →

By Gretchen Reynolds, 3 hours ago · Running a marathon ramps up levels of a gut bacteria that made mice run faster, but it’s unclear whether it would work in people. Read More →

By Rod Nordland, 3 hours ago · Researchers said the fruit was behind annual outbreaks of a fatal syndrome in eastern India. But local doctors say that theory can’t explain all the cases. Read More →

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