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By Katie Robertson, 2 hours ago · Mr. Plank started the active wear company in 1996 in his grandmother’s basement. Read More →

 
4 hours ago · The company has two proposals on the table to save it from ruin. Either would prove to be humbling. Read More →

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By Nicole Perlroth, Kate Conger and Paul Mozur, 5 hours ago · New, more sophisticated attacks are targeting Uighurs’ phones — even iPhones and even abroad, security researchers say. They warn that foreigners could be next.. Read More →

 
By Ivan Penn, 7 hours ago · More than a dozen counties could lose electricity as the struggling utility tries to keep its equipment from sparking wildfires. Read More →

 
By Jack Ewing, 7 hours ago · Men dominate Monetary policy. But the Fed, E.C.B. and Bank of England are discussing ways to promote more women. Read More →

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New York Jazz workshop is one of the best jazz music institution in New York, offering pri.. Read More →

The New York Times » Technology Remove
 
By Nicole Perlroth, Kate Conger and Paul Mozur, 5 hours ago · New, more sophisticated attacks are targeting Uighurs’ phones — even iPhones and even abroad, security researchers say. They warn that foreigners could be next.. Read More →

 
By Ferris Jabr, 5 hours ago · The latest research suggests it’s not far-fetched at all — especially when you consider all the societal and cultural factors that make today’s games so attrac.. Read More →

 
By Peter Eavis, Michael J. de la Merced and Andrew Ross Sorkin, 16 hours ago · The purveyor of shared office space, which aborted an initial public offering last month, has lost billions of dollars and needs a big cash infusion. Read More →

 
By Cecilia Kang and Nathaniel Popper, 19 hours ago · Executives fanned out in Washington to court lawmakers and regulators. Mark Zuckerberg is expected to testify about Libra this week before the House. Read More →

 
By Mike Isaac, 21 hours ago · The company also announced several new initiatives to reduce the spread of false information, including an effort to clearly label inaccurate posts. Read More →

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By Katie Robertson, 32 mins ago · Mr. Plank started the active wear company in 1996 in his grandmother’s basement. Read More →

 
By Eileen Sullivan, 32 mins ago · President Trump called the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into him a “lynching” and said it was “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.” Read More →

 
By Michael J. de la Merced, 32 mins ago · The troubled shared office company scrapped an initial public offering and push out its chief executive last month. Read More →

 
By Anton Troianovski and Patrick Kingsley, 33 mins ago · Russia’s leader hosted his counterpart at the Black Sea resort of Sochi, underscoring Moscow’s emergence as a powerful player in the Middle East. Read More →

 
By Jill Cowan, 33 mins ago · Tuesday: See homes in Sea Ranch, Pasadena and Palm Springs. Also: PG&E says it’s weighing another power shut-off, and exploring East L.A.’s underground sce.. Read More →

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The New York Times » U.S. Remove
 
By Eileen Sullivan, 1 hour ago · President Trump called the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into him a “lynching” and said it was “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.” Read More →

 
By Derrick Bryson Taylor, 1 hour ago · The former president “is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home,” the Carter Center said. Read More →

 
By Chris Stanford, 5 hours ago · Justin Trudeau, California, N.B.A.: Here’s what you need to know. Read More →

 
By Jonathan Martin, 5 hours ago · Party leaders who are fatalistic about Democrats’ chances in 2020 are musing about possible late entrants to the race. Sherrod Brown? Michelle Obama? Read More →

 
By Sabrina Tavernise, 5 hours ago · A regional clinic across the river from Missouri reflects how both sides of the abortion divide are looking toward a landscape in which some states might ban a.. Read More →

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By Azi Paybarah, 4 hours ago · Tuesday: “A lot of people look back fondly on it as a coming-of-age experience,” one documentary maker said. Read More →

 
By Jan Ransom, 4 hours ago · The doctor reached a plea deal with the Manhattan district attorney, who is facing renewed criticism over his handling of the case. Read More →

 
By Ed Shanahan, 11 hours ago · The Princeton Theological Seminary said it was committed to “telling the truth” about its ties to slavery. Black students don’t think it goes far enough. Read More →

 
By Sam Roberts, 16 hours ago · He was chief counsel to the New York commission formed after Frank Serpico’s revelations about systemic graft and the department’s lax response. Read More →

 
By Peter Eavis, Michael J. de la Merced and Andrew Ross Sorkin, 16 hours ago · The purveyor of shared office space, which aborted an initial public offering last month, has lost billions of dollars and needs a big cash infusion. Read More →

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By Kenneth Chang, 2 hours ago · The start-up founded by Jeff Bezos will work with three older space companies in its bid to carry American astronauts back to the lunar surface. Read More →

 
By Henry Fountain and Jamie McGregor Smith, 5 hours ago · As more places face a scarcity of fresh water, desalination is seen as a possible answer.  But energy and financial requirements limit how widely it can be use.. Read More →

 
By Cara Giaimo, 14 hours ago · When a mate approaches a male white bellbird in the Amazon, he whips around and sings his piercing tune right in her face. Read More →

 
By Lucas Joel, 19 hours ago · The Chicxulub event was as damaging to life in the oceans as it was to creatures on land, a study shows. Read More →

 
By Claudia Dreifus, 22 hours ago · Animals have rich emotional lives, the ecologist argues. The evidence is “right in front of your eyes.” Read More →

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By Sebastian Modak, 4 hours ago · The 52 Places Traveler visits the smallest country in mainland Africa, where historical reckoning, crippling heat, infrastructure woes and an island of apes ma.. Read More →

 
By Emily S. Rueb, 20 hours ago · An air raid shelter in Hamburg, built by forced laborers during World War II, will become a “design and lifestyle” hotel. Read More →

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By Kelly Corrigan, 4 hours ago · Regardless of outcome, the application process itself forces the kind of growth parents dream of. Read More →

 
By Eric A. Taub, 4 hours ago · Snoring by itself is not dangerous, but it can have serious social consequences. Read More →

 
By Claudia Dreifus, 21 hours ago · Animals have rich emotional lives, the ecologist argues. The evidence is “right in front of your eyes.” Read More →

 
By Pam Belluck, 23 hours ago · In one study, nearly 70 percent of children with the disease had antibodies to common enteroviruses that usually produce mild effects but can sometimes cause n.. Read More →

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