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3 hours ago · Some people worry that chatter about a downturn could spook consumers and lead to a damaging reduction in spending. Read More →

By Sui-Lee Wee, 3 hours ago · Beijing declined to renew the credentials of a reporter who wrote about an investigation in Australia involving a cousin of China’s leader, Xi Jinping. Read More →

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By Amy Chozick, 4 hours ago · Read by millions — but savaged by critics — the author has a new book on police violence, campus rape and other bleak terrain. Read More →

By Jim Tankersley and Jeanna Smialek, 4 hours ago · A downturn isn’t inevitable. But if consumers think it is and stop spending, that could create a self-fulfilling prophecy, officials warn. Read More →

By Becky Hughes, 4 hours ago · We spoke to the brands behind Gen Z’s highly aestheticized (and widely parodied) personal brand. Read More →

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At Busy Beauty, we know that confidence is the best cosmetic. Our goal is to keep women fe.. Read More →

The New York Times » Technology Remove
By Becky Hughes, 3 hours ago · We spoke to the brands behind Gen Z’s highly aestheticized (and widely parodied) personal brand. Read More →

By Roni Caryn Rabin, 14 hours ago · Reusable duodenoscopes, used for internal examinations of patients, have been linked to a series of hospital outbreaks. Read More →

By Kate Conger, 14 hours ago · A state legislative proposal called Assembly Bill 5 could could give drivers more employee rights. The companies said they are willing to start a ballot initia.. Read More →

By Vindu Goel, 19 hours ago · Frustrated by the steep commissions and discounts that apps like Zomato and Uber Eats push on restaurants, thousands have started a movement to #Logout from th.. Read More →

By Seema Jayachandran, 19 hours ago · Some of tech’s biggest names had founders in their teens. But new research shows that for fast-growing start-ups in the U.S., the founders’ average age was 45… Read More →

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By Jill Cowan, 48 mins ago · Friday: Lesser seen images of iconic performers. Also: Another immigration policy change, and a road trip on the Lost Coast. Read More →

1 hour ago · Two political spectacles — the British prime minister’s suspension of Parliament and the formation of a new Italian government — are raising questions about wh.. Read More →

By Margaux Laskey, 2 hours ago · All the dishes you need to celebrate summer’s last hurrah. Read More →

By Laura Neilson, 2 hours ago · The florists behind the new service Buunch offer a vibrant, user-friendly alternative to conventional ready-made bouquets. Read More →

By Karen Rosenberg, 2 hours ago · From painting to pouring: how an artist’s Color Field masterpieces took shape at a summer retreat in this seaside town. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By Jill Cowan, 18 mins ago · Friday: Lesser seen images of iconic performers. Also: Another immigration policy change, and a road trip on the Lost Coast. Read More →

By Maggie Astor, 18 mins ago · No, you probably haven’t been polled. Yes, the polls are still valid. Read More →

By Neil Vigdor, 3 hours ago · “I think the N.F.L. is definitely ready to accept an openly L.G.B.T.Q. player,” the defensive end said in an interview. Read More →

By Patricia Mazzei, 3 hours ago · Forecasts for the hurricane have it striking anywhere from Miami to Jacksonville. Read More →

By Chris Stanford, 3 hours ago · Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

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By Michael Paulson, 15 mins ago · The revival, starring Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone, will open next spring on Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday. Read More →

By Ronnie Koenig, 3 hours ago · Meet five home chefs who run food businesses from their kitchens in Harlem, Astoria, Brooklyn Heights and the Bronx. Read More →

By Andrea Salcedo, 3 hours ago · Friday: After the financier’s suicide, the authorities are refocusing their investigation onto his employees, girlfriends and associates. Read More →

By Chang W. Lee and John Leland, 3 hours ago · For 30 years, a Queens man has tried to bring Korean wresting to the United States. Despite many reasons to give up, and many doubts, he battles on. Read More →

By Tammy La Gorce, 3 hours ago · Ty Jones, of the Starz show “Power,” is constantly dreaming up ways to help the Classical Theater of Harlem. Read More →

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By Reuters, 4 hours ago · Amid more than 3,000 confirmed and probable cases, the death toll climbed above 2,000, according to government data released on Friday. Read More →

By Brian Guido and Josephine Sedgwick, 4 hours ago · Welcome to Gem-O-Rama, California’s new gold rush. Read More →

By Katie Rogers and Helene Cooper, 12 hours ago · While there is widespread agreement on the need to protect American interests in space, there is disagreement on how to go about it. Read More →

By Roni Caryn Rabin, 14 hours ago · Reusable duodenoscopes, used for internal examinations of patients, have been linked to a series of hospital outbreaks. Read More →

By John Schwartz, 17 hours ago · The Trump administration is trying to roll back more than 80 environmental rules; half involve climate change. Here are some of the biggest climate-related one.. Read More →

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By Brian Guido and Josephine Sedgwick, 59 mins ago · Welcome to Gem-O-Rama, California’s new gold rush. Read More →

By Christian L. Wright, 59 mins ago · England’s capital is experiencing a hotel boom. These five new standouts help make the case that London is the world’s best hotel city. Read More →

By Julianne McShane, 10 hours ago · Fall is quickly approaching, so are the closing dates for shows like “Camp” at the Met and the Whitney Biennial. Read More →

15 hours ago · Consider all those performers and others who work days, nights and weekends to enrich your cultural experiences. Read More →

By Tariro Mzezewa, 20 hours ago · With the storm predicted to hit Florida’s Atlantic Coast over the busy Labor Day weekend, airlines are waiving fees and cruise lines are changing itineraries. Read More →

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