McDonald’s Ice Cream Woes Have Inspired Memes, Mockery and a Federal Lawsuit

A California tech company that tried to solve the problem of malfunctioning ice cream machines claims in the suit that it was thwarted by McDonald’s. | Continue reading


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Fall Back? Spring Ahead? How About Neither, Experts Say

Here’s where the debate over changing the clocks stands, and what it could mean for you. | Continue reading


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Can Public Health Be Saved?

Americans’ trust in health insitutions is declining. Here’s how to get it back. | Continue reading


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How Much Power Does the Federal Reserve Have?

Christopher Leonard’s “The Lords of Easy Money” examines the role of the Federal Reserve in fostering inequality in America. | Continue reading


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India Accidentally Fires a Missile at Pakistan. Calm Ensues

Mistrust runs deep between the nuclear-armed neighbors, but Pakistan had a low-key response to what India called a “technical malfunction.” No casualties were reported. | Continue reading


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Facebook’s Parent Company Will Make Employees Do Their Own Laundry

The company told workers on Friday that it will reduce or eliminate some of its famous perks as it prepares for a return to the office. | Continue reading


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Shaming Apple and Texting Musk, a Ukraine Minister Uses Novel War Tactics

Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s youngest minister, has turned technology, cryptocurrency and social media into modern weapons of war. | Continue reading


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Manhattan’s Chinese Street Signs Are Disappearing

The arrival, expansion and disappearance of these bilingual street signs have traced the ebb and flow of Chinese immigration in New York’s oldest Chinatown. | Continue reading


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How Much Real Money Can You Make from Virtual Art?

NFTs are making some collectors and artists rich, but success in this high-risk marketplace is more art than science. | Continue reading


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Where $5T in Pandemic Stimulus Money Went

It is the largest government relief effort in recorded history, and two years after Covid-19 crisis began, money is still flowing to communities. Here’s where it went and how it was spent. | Continue reading


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Facebook’s Parent Company Will Make Employees Do Their Own Laundry

The company told workers on Friday that it will reduce or eliminate some of its famous perks as it prepares for a return to the office. | Continue reading


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Bitcoin Was Made for This Moment. So Why Isn’t It Booming?

Long hailed by its advocates as a safe hedge during uncertain times, Bitcoin’s value has fallen steadily in recent weeks. | Continue reading


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How the Philips SmartSleep Sunrise Alarm Clock Changed My Life: A Love Story

Not to be hyperbolic, but this alarm clock changed my life. It reached deep into my soul and yanked out someone I didn’t even know I had inside: a morning person. Not the type of morning person who immediately laces up their sneakers and hits the pavement, but the type who gets u … | Continue reading


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Boycotts, Not Bombs: Sanctions Are a Go-To Tactic, with Uneven Results

Financial, travel and trade penalties have become common tools to combat warfare and human rights abuses, but they have not always met their stated goals. | Continue reading


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Live Updates: Russian Forces Press Ukrainian Defenses on Multiple Fronts

LVIV, Ukraine - Russian forces, battered by a determined Ukrainian resistance, stepped up their aerial bombardment across Ukraine early Friday, targeting locations far from the front lines while continuing to pummel cities already devastated by fighting. The Russian forces appear … | Continue reading


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Emilio Delgado, Luis on 'Sesame Street' for Four Decades, Dies at 81

Emilio Delgado, the actor who for more than four decades played Luis the handyman on the beloved children's television show "Sesame Street," died on Thursday at his home in New York City. He was 81. The cause was the blood cancer multiple myeloma, which Mr. Delgado had been battl … | Continue reading


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GasBuddy Is a Privacy Nightmare

We know everyone is feeling the pinch of gas prices right now, but it probably isn’t worth sacrificing your privacy to save money. | Continue reading


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What to Do with a Multimillion-Dollar Megamansion? They Have Some Ideas. (2021)

Petra Ecclestone and Sam Palmer are building a business on helping rich people buy, sell, staff and decorate their homes — all matters they know about firsthand. | Continue reading


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The Census Bureau said the overall population total of 323 million was accurate but counts of minorities were skewed. Advocacy groups promised to go to court. | Continue reading


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Dennis Duncan discusses “Index, a History of the,” and Brendan Slocumb talks about “The Violin Conspiracy.” | Continue reading


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Prosecutors Agree to New DNA Testing in Murder Case at the Center of 'Serial'

Prosecutors in Maryland have consented to a request by Adnan Syed to conduct new DNA tests on evidence used to convict him of the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee, a case that intrigued many Americans when it was featured on the hit podcast "Serial."(nytimes.com) | Continue reading


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In Celebration of Mar10 Day, Here Are 5 Deals on Nintendo Essentials

Mama mia, it’s-a Mario Day! Recognized by Nintendo in 2016, this annual holiday honors everyone’s favorite Italian plumber and all-around hero. (And, yes, March 10 was dubbed Mario Day because it literally spells out Mar10.) Nintendo games and hardware are notorious for keeping t … | Continue reading


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2020 Census Undercounted U.S. Population by Nearly 19 Million

The 2020 census undercounted the country's population by 18.8 million people, the Census Bureau said on Thursday, acknowledging that the count had underrepresented Black, Latino and Indigenous residents. At the same time, the census overcounted the number of white and Asian resid … | Continue reading


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The Best Easter Egg Dyeing Kits

When you’re choosing an egg-dyeing kit for Easter, it’s easy to be charmed by the cute extras like egg stands, sleeves, and bunny stickers. But what matters most is the color quality. Since the basic egg-dyeing steps are the same, the results really come down to the dyes, tools, … | Continue reading


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A Waiter. A Cab Driver. An Engineer: The U.S. Fighters Bound for Ukraine

Ukrainians across the U.S., many of whom have never fired a weapon, have put their lives on hold to defend their homeland. | Continue reading


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U.C. Berkeley Battles with Town over Student Housing

The state’s complex environmental laws are being weaponized in lawsuits against the University of California, Berkeley, which is under pressure to admit more and more students. | Continue reading


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A Two-Year, 50M-Person Experiment in Changing How We Work

The office was never one size fits all. It was one size fits some, with the expectation that everybody else would squeeze in. | Continue reading


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Biden Restores California’s Power to Set Stringent Tailpipe Rules

The state is expected to write strict auto pollution standards designed to significantly speed the transition to electric vehicles and influence new federal rules. | Continue reading


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Vladimir Putin Lost Interest in the Present

Does the president of Russia have anyone who can tell him when he’s making a mistake? | Continue reading


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How Far Would Biden Go in a Cyberwar Against Putin? [audio]

Anne Neuberger, the deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, discusses how the battle in cyberspace is shaping up. | Continue reading


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Ukraine Live Updates: Top Envoys Fail to Make Progress Toward Ending War

The top diplomats from Ukraine and Russia failed to reach an agreement on Thursday to reach a cease-fire or even to ease the worsening humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, dashing any glimmer of hope that Russia might soon pull back from a two-week-old conflict that has killed hundred … | Continue reading


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How to Clean Hardwood Floors

If you take care of them properly, hardwood floors can last for years. Fortunately, this is relatively simple to do. You can keep your beautiful wood floors looking great with just a small amount of effort. | Continue reading


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'Black Panther' Director Ryan Coogler Mistaken for Bank Robber in Atlanta

Bank of America has apologized to the director Ryan Coogler after he was assumed to be a bank robber and briefly handcuffed by the police while trying to withdraw money from a branch in Atlanta in January. Mr. Coogler, best known for directing "Black Panther," had handed a teller … | Continue reading


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Sony Suspends Playstation Store in Russia

Under pressure from investors and consumers, many Western companies have started to unwind their investments, close stores and pause sales in Russia. | Continue reading


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New Yorkers with Marijuana Convictions Will Get First Retail Licenses

Officials intend to reserve the first 100 or more retail licenses to sell marijuana in New York for people who have been convicted of related offenses, or their relatives. | Continue reading


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A family's dash toward safety in Ukraine ends tragically.

March 9, 2022, 4:50 p.m. ET KYIV, Ukraine - They met in high school but became a couple years later, after meeting again on a dance floor at a Ukrainian nightclub. Married in 2001, they lived in a bedroom community outside Kyiv, in an apartment with their two children and their d … | Continue reading


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Sixteen Years After ‘The Road,’ Cormac McCarthy Is Publishing Two New Novels

This fall, Knopf will publish two interlinked books that are a thematic and stylistic departure for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist. | Continue reading


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Far-Right Militias in Europe Plan to Confront Russian Forces

The apparent mobilization of far-right groups could be problematic for the Ukrainian government | Continue reading


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When Pigs Cry: Tool Decodes the Emotional Lives of Swine

An algorithm built by European researchers could help farmers “speak pig” to improve the animals’ welfare. | Continue reading


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Meta’s head of youth product initiatives departs the company

As the currency loses purchasing power, Russia’s central bank is trying to support the ruble with expanded rules preventing exchanges into dollars. | Continue reading


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GasBuddy Is a Privacy Nightmare. Here Are Other Ways to Find the Cheapest Gas.

With the price of a gallon of gas hitting new highs, now averaging $4.17 a gallon in the United States, it’s increasingly important to find the cheapest gas available wherever you are. A common recommendation for finding cheaper gas is the crowdsourced gas-price finder GasBuddy. … | Continue reading


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How to Survive Daylight Saving Time

Twice a year people across 74 countries experience time travel. In the US, people whisper to themselves “Spring forward, fall back” like a quiet chant to recall which direction they’re going on the second Sunday of March, when the clocks move an hour ahead, and on the first Sunda … | Continue reading


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Will Russia’s Isolation Last?

Foreign companies and tech powers are increasingly pressured to cut ties over political crises. But then what? | Continue reading


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Elizabeth Holmes’s Ex-Boyfriend Hopes to Escape the Verdict She Didn’t

Jury selection was set to start today in Sunny Balwani’s fraud trial, which will establish just how much he knew about the blood-testing start-up Theranos and Ms. Holmes’s actions. | Continue reading


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5 Deals on Outdoor Gear Just in Time for Your Next Adventure

There is something magical about transitional seasons. Perhaps it’s the sudden buzz of energy, and—in the case of spring—the promise of longer, warmer days ahead. If you listen very carefully, you may even hear the call of the great outdoors. Whether you’re planning to hit the tr … | Continue reading


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The Best Packable Daypack for Travel

After testing 18 packable daypacks, we chose five to fit a variety of situations, whether you’re trekking across the globe or just on your daily commute. | Continue reading


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Our Favorite Messenger Bags

We’ve found eight messenger bags to suit everyone from the hard-core cyclist to someone who needs a chic day-to-night accessory. | Continue reading


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