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The New York Times » Business Day Remove
By Alexandra Stevenson and Raymond Zhong, 2 hours ago · Chinese grocery bills were already rising because of the trade war. Officials are now calling for ‘an attitude of urgency.’ Read More →

3 hours ago · As the co-working giant struggles with a cool reception to the forthcoming stock sale, one of its biggest investors, SoftBank, reportedly wants the deal postpo.. Read More →

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By Nellie Bowles, 4 hours ago · What happened when a venture capitalist told the truth about a Mark Zuckerberg-backed start-up. Read More →

By Brian M. Rosenthal, 6 hours ago · “I hope they help us,” said Mohammed Hoque, a cabdriver who spoke with agents as part of a new federal investigation into exploitative lending practices. Read More →

By Billy Witz, 10 hours ago · A bill passed by the State Assembly would allow college athletes to make endorsement deals. It is expected to reach the desk of Gov. Gavin Newsom. Read More →

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The New York Times » Technology Remove
By Nellie Bowles, 4 hours ago · What happened when a venture capitalist told the truth about a Mark Zuckerberg-backed start-up. Read More →

By Kate Conger and Noam Scheiber, 12 hours ago · The companies seem to have fallen short in efforts to dodge legislation classifying many workers in the gig economy as employees and not contractors. Read More →

By Steve Lohr, 18 hours ago · The formal declaration by a bipartisan group of state officials adds investigative muscle to the intensifying scrutiny of the tech giant. Read More →

By Matt Richtel and Sheila Kaplan, 19 hours ago · The agency sent a warning letter to the company, saying it violated regulations by touting its vaping products as safer than traditional tobacco cigarettes. Read More →

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By Jill Cowan, 12 mins ago · Tuesday: The Rumiano family has adapted its cheese making over the course of a century. Also: Legislative updates and a new host at Turner Classic Movies. Read More →

By Philip Gefter, 42 mins ago · Mr. Frank’s visually raw and personally expressive style made him one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Read More →

By Nate Cohn, 42 mins ago · A North Carolina election is also a chance to think about what kind of candidate might do best against President Trump. Read More →

By Charlie Savage, 2 hours ago · The presidential hopefuls detailed their views on the limits of executive power in response to a New York Times survey. Read More →

By Karen Zraick, 2 hours ago · Four past champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on what the competition taught them about hard work, grit and luck. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By Chris Stanford, 4 hours ago · Britain, Juul, National Rifle Association: Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

By Karen Zraick, 4 hours ago · Four past champions of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on what the competition taught them about hard work, grit and luck. Read More →

By Mihir Zaveri, 4 hours ago · Roland Gramajo, 40, is being held in federal custody pending deportation proceedings. His family believes he drew the authorities’ attention only because of th.. Read More →

By Michael Wines, 4 hours ago · Tens of thousands of maps and documents kept on computer files by the Republican redistricting expert Thomas B. Hofeller show his work on a broad range of proj.. Read More →

By Daniel Magruder, 4 hours ago · Neil was the toughest guy I knew in the Air Force. But no one taught us how to cope with PTSD. Read More →

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The New York Times » New York Remove
By Azi Paybarah, 2 hours ago · Tuesday: The Census Bureau says there might be 8.4 million people in New York City. That number used to be higher. Read More →

By Andrew Cotto, 6 hours ago · Since 2003, hoteliers and others in the canal city have invited firefighters there to row its waters as a show of solidarity. Read More →

By Brian M. Rosenthal, 6 hours ago · “I hope they help us,” said Mohammed Hoque, a cabdriver who spoke with agents as part of a new federal investigation into exploitative lending practices. Read More →

By Nikita Stewart, 6 hours ago · The Child Welfare Organizing Project gave New York parents a voice in a complex system. Now it is mired in scandal. Read More →

By Anne Barnard, 14 hours ago · The beams of light can force birds to veer off their normal migratory flights, putting them at risk of starvation or injury Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By Christine Hauser, 3 hours ago · Thousands of people came up with the money to buy the land in British Columbia and protect it from loggers. Read More →

By Christopher Flavelle, Lisa Friedman and Peter Baker, 14 hours ago · Wilbur L. Ross Jr. made the threat after the agency’s Alabama office contradicted the president’s claim that Hurricane Dorian might hit the state. Read More →

By Christopher Flavelle, Lisa Friedman and Peter Baker, 16 hours ago · Wilbur L. Ross Jr. made the threat after the agency’s Alabama office contradicted the president’s claim that Hurricane Dorian might hit the state. Read More →

By Shannon Hall, 16 hours ago · A thicket of red tape and regulations have made it difficult for volcanologists to build monitoring stations along Mount Hood and other active volcanoes. Read More →

By JoAnna Klein, 16 hours ago · Castleton Tower, near Moab, pulsates at about the rate of a human heartbeat as it taps into the earth’s natural vibrations. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
By Besha Rodell, 6 hours ago · Golf communities near the water have held their appeal, even for families that aren’t golf enthusiasts. Read More →

By JoAnna Klein, 17 hours ago · Castleton Tower, near Moab, pulsates at about the rate of a human heartbeat as it taps into the earth’s natural vibrations. Read More →

By Amie Tsang, 22 hours ago · The travel plans of about 195,000 passengers were upended after the airline canceled 1,700 flights scheduled for Monday and Tuesday as a pay dispute drags on. Read More →

By Tariro Mzezewa, 22 hours ago · The strike forced the airline to cancel almost all of its flights on Monday, affecting more than 195,000 passengers. Read More →

The New York Times » Health Remove
By Anahad O’Connor, 3 hours ago · The link between the gut and metabolic disease is a growing area of obesity research. Read More →

By Daniel Magruder, 3 hours ago · Neil was the toughest guy I knew in the Air Force. But no one taught us how to cope with PTSD. Read More →

By Julie Halpert, 3 hours ago · Many parents sending kids off to college worry that their time as a family is over. But that isn’t always the case these days. Read More →

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