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2 hours ago · Fallout from a tweet by a Houston Rockets executive about the Hong Kong protests has led to blowback by China’s state broadcaster and American lawmakers. Read More →

 
By Eric Asimov, 4 hours ago · Some European wines with less than 14 percent alcohol will be subject to new U.S. tariffs on Oct. 18. Read More →

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By Nelson D. Schwartz and David Yaffe-Bellany, 4 hours ago · Much of the pain from the strike, now in its fourth week, is concentrated in the northern Midwest, which was already contending with a manufacturing slowdown. Read More →

 
By Keith Bradsher, 12 hours ago · With both cities facing big political challenges, and with the London stock market preferring to cooperate with Shanghai, Hong Kong’s bid quickly failed. Read More →

 
By Wang Yiwei and Raymond Zhong, 12 hours ago · The tariff fight has added to Chinese shoppers’ grocery bills. How is the government coping? By tapping its gigantic stockpile of emergency meat. Read More →

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By Zach Zorich, 2 hours ago · Lidar has transformed the study of ancient civilizations, but maps made with the technology are expensive. Takeshi Inomata found a great one for free. Read More →

 
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By Amy Qin and Julie Creswell, 13 mins ago · The N.B.A. and others are finding it difficult to stay neutral in an increasingly politicized, and punitive, China. Read More →

 
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By Michael S. Schmidt and Nicholas Fandos, 1 hour ago · The decision to block Gordon D. Sondland, the United States ambassador to the European Union, was made hours before he was scheduled to speak to House Democrat.. Read More →

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By Michael S. Schmidt and Nicholas Fandos, 1 hour ago · The decision to block Gordon D. Sondland, the United States ambassador to the European Union, was made hours before he was scheduled to speak as part of the Ho.. Read More →

 
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By Britta Lokting, 1 hour ago · The storied “beauty” pageant, revived two years ago, now rewards those who most creatively vent their frustration at public transit. Read More →

 
By Azi Paybarah, 3 hours ago · Tuesday: After a bloody attack on homeless men, Chinatown residents gathered to remember one of the victims. Read More →

 
By Tim McKeough, 3 hours ago · The 1823 church was untouched by time — maybe a little too untouched. And solving the plumbing problem wasn’t going to be easy. Read More →

 
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By Megan Specia, 4 hours ago · James Peebles split the prize with Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz who were honored for their contributions to discoveries that expanded understanding of the un.. Read More →

 
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By Sebastian Modak, 40 mins ago · The 52 Places Traveler visits Lyon and Marseille, just a quick train ride apart — but world’s away from each other. Read More →

 
By Lauren Sloss, 40 mins ago · This Halloween season, why not spend a night or two at a hotel frequented by the dearly departed? Read More →

 
By Angela Dimayuga and Ligaya Mishan, 40 mins ago · The creative director for food and culture at the Standard hotels and former Mission Chinese Food chef chooses the dishes that define the cuisine for her. Read More →

 
By Jim Robbins, 14 hours ago · Conservationists worry that the popularity of recreational mountain biking and e-bikes in public lands leads to unsafe conditions for humans, as well as for be.. Read More →

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By Anahad O’Connor, 4 hours ago · In his new book, “The Stress Solution,” Dr. Rangan Chatterjee offers advice on countering the damaging effects of chronic stress. Read More →

 
By Nicholas Bakalar, 4 hours ago · Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may affect osteoporosis risk, depending on the dose. Read More →

 
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