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2 hours ago · Some directors and large investors in the company, including SoftBank, want Adam Neumann out as C.E.O. So far, he doesn’t appear willing to go. Read More →

By Tiffany Hsu, 6 hours ago · New research from AARP finds that images of “seniors” do not reflect the reality of how older generations work and play. Read More →

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By Adam Satariano and Emma Bubola, 9 hours ago · The use of Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian brothers, a stabbing and the journalist who wrote about them… Read More →

By Angela Wang, 12 hours ago · The S.E.C. has prosecuted 50 percent more Ponzi cases in the last 10 years. Those scams cost their victims $31 billion. Read More →

By Alexandra Alter, 12 hours ago · Errors and controversies involving several high-profile books are forcing writers and publishers to reconsider how they handle fact-checking. Read More →

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The New York Times » Technology Remove
By Adam Satariano and Emma Bubola, 9 hours ago · The use of Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian brothers, a stabbing and the journalist who wrote about them… Read More →

By Alexandra Stevenson and Paul Mozur, 18 hours ago · Beijing hopes its social credit system will use vast troves of data to quickly punish companies accused of wrongdoing. U.S. firms could get hit, too. Read More →

By Michael J. de la Merced, Andrew Ross Sorkin and David Gelles, 18 hours ago · Some major money managers have reportedly said they wouldn’t invest unless an experienced operator was brought in to replace Adam Neumann. Read More →

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By Jill Cowan, 11 mins ago · Monday: A debate over the gastronomically significant enclave’s nickname. Also: Fire risk in Northern California, and Mammoth Mountain snow. Read More →

By Carlos Mureithi, 2 hours ago · The wooden structure at Precious Talent Top School crumbled as the school day began on Monday, officials said. Read More →

By Concepción de León, 2 hours ago · In her book, “Know My Name,” she fills in the details of her life before and after the Stanford sexual assault case that sparked outrage around the world. Read More →

By Gayle Brandeis, 2 hours ago · Traditional gifts for a fourth anniversary are fruit and flowers. Things with short lives; things easily bruised. Read More →

By Yotam Ottolenghi, 2 hours ago · He’s been known to push the limits with tahini and lean too heavily on lemons. But don’t try to take away our columnist’s cilantro. 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 Mark Leibovich, 3 hours ago · Oh, and he’s running for president too. Read More →

By Anna Flagg, 3 hours ago · A new study casts doubt on a program that involves local police cooperation with federal immigration enforcement. Read More →

By Richard Fausset and Campbell Robertson, 3 hours ago · The political headwinds still work in favor of Republicans, but Democrats are surprisingly competitive in Louisiana, Mississippi and Kentucky. Read More →

By Mihir Zaveri, 3 hours ago · No one was injured in the three fires, which happened in May and June. But they remain unsolved. Read More →

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The New York Times » New York Remove
By Azi Paybarah, 2 hours ago · Monday: Every day this week, people are gathering throughout the city to discuss climate change and what they can do about it. Read More →

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons and Rebecca Liebson, 4 hours ago · To upgrade signals, the M.T.A. plans to spend $7 billion. But the much-needed repairs could mean fewer trains on nights and weekends. Read More →

By Ashley Southall, 14 hours ago · Residents of two apartments in the president’s namesake residence on Fifth Avenue in New York told the police that diamonds, emeralds and sapphires were missin.. Read More →

By Christina Goldbaum, 14 hours ago · A tumultuous 20-year affair ended in murder last year when the man refused to give her money, according to the police. Read More →

By Nadav Gavrielov, 17 hours ago · For a Metro project, photographers fanned out across 65 block parties in all five boroughs to find camaraderie, community and cotton candy. Read More →

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The New York Times » Science Remove
By Jessica Wynne and Dennis Overbye, 4 hours ago · A photo survey of the blackboards of mathematicians. Read More →

By Richard C. Paddock and Amanda Mustard, 4 hours ago · Activists say Thailand’s tiger zoos amount to little more than farms, which produce animal parts for a thriving black market. Read More →

By Somini Sengupta, 18 hours ago · Countries that continue to push coal will take the podium Monday at the United Nations Climate Action Summit. Read More →

The New York Times » Travel Remove
By Richard C. Paddock and Amanda Mustard, 2 hours ago · Activists say Thailand’s tiger zoos amount to little more than farms, which produce animal parts for a thriving black market. Read More →

By Michael Wolgelenter, 2 hours ago · The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history. Read More →

By Paul Theroux and Cesar Rodriguez, 2 hours ago · In his 70s, the writer embarks on one of the great adventures of a traveling life, a solo road trip from Reynosa to Chiapas and back. Read More →

By Michael Wolgelenter, 5 hours ago · The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history. Read More →

The New York Times » Health Remove
By Perri Klass, M.D., 4 hours ago · Children born by cesarean section may have important differences that affect their neurodevelopment. Read More →

By Jane E. Brody, 4 hours ago · There is little a person can do to prevent it, and there is nothing comparable to mammography or colonoscopy to screen for it when it is most amenable to cure… Read More →

The New York Times » Sports Remove
By Benjamin Hoffman, 3 hours ago · The Ravens got uncomfortably close to the Chiefs, some young quarterbacks (like Daniel Jones) looked great, and the Cowboys and Patriots delivered easy blowout.. Read More →

By Benjamin Hoffman, 4 hours ago · The Ravens got uncomfortably close to the Chiefs, some young quarterbacks (like Daniel Jones) looked awfully good, and the Cowboys and Patriots delivered easy .. Read More →

By Alan Blinder, 5 hours ago · The No. 3 Bulldogs beat No. 7 Notre Dame, 23-17, setting Georgia up for another run at a national title. Or not. Read More →

By Rory Smith, 7 hours ago · Every year, FIFA asks soccer’s captains and coaches to nominate the best player in the world. It sounds like an easy question. It is not. Read More →

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