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The New York Times » Business Day Remove
By Michael J. de la Merced, 1 hour ago · The parent company of the co-working business made the changes to allay concerns among prospective investors about how much influence Adam Neumann wields. Read More →

3 hours ago · China appears to be betting on two approaches: start buying more U.S. goods, and try to keep discussions with Washington focused only on trade. Read More →

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By Alexandra Stevenson, 3 hours ago · Details were scant, but the move could help ease Chinese food prices and comes as trade talks between the two countries are set to resume next month. Read More →

By Elaine Glusac, 3 hours ago · Our writer tested a new service that wants to rent you everything you’ll need for your camping trip. Read More →

By Jeanna Smialek, 4 hours ago · The economy seems to be cooling off. Whether it starts to shrink is the question. Read More →

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The New York Times » Technology Remove
By Steve Lohr, 26 mins ago · Lawmakers investigating Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google for possible antitrust violations on Friday sent the companies detailed requests for information. Read More →

By Noam Scheiber, 16 hours ago · A class-action suit on behalf of drivers in federal court in California, filed on Wednesday, accused Uber of wrongly classifying drivers under the state’s empl.. Read More →

By Jonah Engel Bromwich, 20 hours ago · “There’s many layers of fictionalization within this true story.” Read More →

By David McCabe, 20 hours ago · As part of its settlement with the National Labor Relations Board, the search giant will remind workers of their rights to discuss workplace issues. Read More →

By Marc Tracy, 20 hours ago · As tech companies try to make amends with publishers, Google changes its search engine to address an old complaint. Read More →

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By Jill Cowan, 2 mins ago · Friday: What Californians need to know about the three-hour marathon. Also: A Conception fire update; and Japanese curry. Read More →

By Steve Lohr, 24 mins ago · Lawmakers investigating Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google for possible antitrust violations on Friday sent the companies detailed requests for information. Read More →

By Kate Taylor, 54 mins ago · The actress is the first parent to be sentenced for her role in the nation’s largest college admissions cheating prosecution. Read More →

By Michael J. de la Merced, 1 hour ago · The parent company of the co-working business made the changes to allay concerns among prospective investors about how much influence Adam Neumann wields. Read More →

By Jennifer Schuessler, 1 hour ago · In “The Meritocracy Trap,” Daniel Markovits delivers a fierce indictment of a system he says is undermining democracy and making everyone miserable. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
By Jennifer Medina, 2 mins ago · A Republican political action committee paid for the provocative advertisement, which aired during the Democratic primary debate on Thursday night. Read More →

By Jill Cowan, 2 mins ago · Friday: What Californians need to know about the three-hour marathon. Also: A Conception fire update; and Japanese curry. Read More →

By Lisa Lerer, 2 hours ago · The candidates not named Biden, Warren and Sanders sure needed a moment, and they sure tried hard to get one. Read More →

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

By Kate Taylor, 4 hours ago · The actress is the first parent to be sentenced for her role in the nation’s largest college admissions cheating prosecution. Read More →

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The New York Times » New York Remove
By Emma G. Fitzsimmons, 1 hour ago · Many daunting obstacles stand in the way of the system being transformed into a subway worthy of a global capital. Read More →

By Stefanos Chen, 3 hours ago · A quarter of the new condos built since 2013 in New York City have not yet found buyers, according to a new analysis of closed sales. Read More →

By Aaron Randle, 3 hours ago · Friday: New York was planning to repeal its ban, in order to neutralize a federal lawsuit filed against the city. Read More →

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons, 4 hours ago · Many daunting obstacles stand in the way of the system being transformed into a subway worthy of a global capital. Read More →

By Arielle Dollinger, 14 hours ago · The accused man said he was trying to stop the pit bull from biting him and a goldendoodle. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By Julie Creswell and Sheila Kaplan, 12 hours ago · Companies and trade groups weigh the risks of waging a fight against a proposed ban on most flavored vaping products, to protect mint and menthol brands. Read More →

By Knvul Sheikh, 17 hours ago · The 80,000-year-old prints fill in gaps left by fossils and artifacts. Read More →

By Dennis Overbye, 17 hours ago · Now zinging through Cancer: a glob of light from interstellar space? Read More →

By Rebecca Boyle, 22 hours ago · It doesn’t generate much power, but it works during the one time of day that solar cells can’t: night. Read More →

By Christine Hauser, 22 hours ago · Leaders in the beekeeping industry have sued the environmental agency over its approval of the use of a pesticide that has harmed colonies. Read More →

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The New York Times » Travel Remove
By Elaine Glusac, 2 hours ago · Our writer tested a new service that wants to rent you everything you’ll need for your camping trip. Read More →

By Sarah Firshein, 2 hours ago · In a new Travel column, Sarah Firshein aims to help travelers resolve their thorniest and most upsetting travel disasters. This week, she investigates a nonexi.. Read More →

By Allan Richarz, 17 hours ago · Japan’s “Motor City,” a 50-minute train ride from Nagoya, offers scenic hikes, art museums and yes, many tributes to its automotive heritage. Read More →

By Roberta Smith, 17 hours ago · After her famous portrait of Michelle Obama, the artist brings her new works to New York. “Every painting is a kind of communion,” our critic says. Read More →

The New York Times » Health Remove
By Amy Doyle, 3 hours ago · The sound of the piano was the language of my father’s heart, and at 16 it was too big for me. Read More →

By David Zucchino and Fatima Faizi, 5 hours ago · A hospital in a remote area of Afghanistan is a haven for impoverished mothers and newborns in a country ravaged by war. Read More →

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