Ukraine Receives Crypto Donations of More Than $22M

Cryptocurrency has provided a way for investors to quickly move funds to Ukrainian fighters. | Continue reading


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Disney will pause theatrical movie releases in Russia

Affected films include “The Batman” from Warner and “Turning Red” from Disney-Pixar. | Continue reading


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David Boggs, Co-Inventor of Ethernet, Dies at 71

Thanks to the invention he helped create in the 1970s, people can send email over an office network or visit a website through a coffee shop hot spot. | Continue reading


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Corporations Raise Prices as Consumers Spend ‘With a Vengeance’

Corporate America is lifting prices and bragging about bigger profits as consumers open their wallets and spend heartily. | Continue reading


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After a Fumbled Start, Russian Forces Hit Harder in Ukraine

After days of miscalculation about Ukraine’s resolve to fight, Russian forces are turning toward an old pattern of opening fire on cities and mounting sieges. | Continue reading


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4 Worthwhile Deals on Gaming Essentials

Here are some of the best prices we’ve seen on Wirecutter-recommended gaming essentials. | Continue reading


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Pfizer Shot Is Far Less Effective in 5-11 Year-Olds Than in Older Kids

While protection against hospitalization is still strong, the vaccine offered almost no protection against infection, even just a month after full vaccination. | Continue reading


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Amazon Opens a Whole Foods with the Next Step in Automation

A newly revamped store in Washington shows how thoroughly Amazon has woven itself into the grocery shopping experience. | Continue reading


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Researchers See ‘Future of an Entire Species’ in Ultrasound Technique

To bring abalone back from the edge of extinction, scientists need to find improved ways of coaxing the snails into reproducing. | Continue reading


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10 of Our Staff’s Favorite Products From Black-Owned Businesses

We’ve rounded up 10 of our staff’s favorite Black-owned businesses for you to shop from year-round. | Continue reading


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The Best Hex Wrenches

We had three carpenters test 11 top hex wrenches, and we think the TEKTON 25282 26-piece Long Arm Ball Hex Key Wrench Set is the best for most people. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Climate Change Is Harming the Planet Faster Than We Can Adapt, U.N. Warns

Countries aren’t doing nearly enough to protect against the disasters to come as the planet keeps heating up, a major new scientific report concludes. | Continue reading


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The ruble crashes, the stock market closes and Russia's economy staggers under sanctions.

The hectic moves were the first signs that Western sanctions were shaking the foundations of Russia’s economy. | Continue reading


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Why We Love Duralex Picardie Drinking Glasses

The Duralex Picardie tumblers are among our favorite drinking glasses due to their durability, versatility, and timeless design. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

10 Consequential Days: How Biden Navigated War, Covid and the Supreme Court

The dizzying events of the past week have pushed to the sidelines the congressional squabbling over President Biden’s domestic agenda, and are already redefining the arc of his presidency. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Lawsuit Says 16 Elite Colleges Are Part of Price-Fixing Cartel

The federal lawsuit against Yale, M.I.T. and other colleges is the latest legal action to question admissions practices. | Continue reading


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For Workers Who Are Never on Site, the ‘Off-Site’ Still Beckons

Some companies find bonding outside the tasks of a typical workday is more important than ever if that workday remains remote. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Ukraine calls for volunteers to disrupt Russian websites

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine agreed to a meeting “without preconditions,” even as his country’s military and citizens resisted Russia’s invasion and the world rallied in support. | Continue reading


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At CPAC, Trump Misleads About Biden, a Russian Pipeline and Gas Prices

The former president made inaccurate claims about his border wall, the Biden administration and a Russian pipeline, among other topics. | Continue reading


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More European countries ban Russian flights from their airspace.

Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy and the Netherlands joined at least a dozen European countries in barring Russian planes in response to the invasion of Ukraine. | Continue reading


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Russia's invasion prompts Germany to beef up military funding.

Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced a major increase to Germany’s defense budget, a shift in longstanding policy. | Continue reading


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Why the Chinese Internet Is Cheering Russia’s Invasion

As the world overwhelmingly condemns the assault on Ukraine, online opinion in China is mostly pro-Russia, pro-war and pro-Putin. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Putin's critics call for boycotts of Russian vodka.

The governors of New Hampshire and Ohio announced measures aimed halting the sales of Russian-made and Russian-branded spirits. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Russia Intensifies Censorship Campaign, Pressuring Tech Giants

Google, Apple and others were warned that they must comply with a new law, which would make them more vulnerable to the Kremlin’s censorship demands. | Continue reading


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New Research Points to Wuhan Market as Pandemic Origin

Two new studies say the virus was present in animals at the Huanan seafood market in 2019. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Russia’s assault in Ukraine slows

The invading forces have faced stiff resistance, but President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia could quickly send in more troops, Pentagon officials said. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

The Case of the Missing Price Tags: Online Shopping's Fluid Pricing

Online shopping was supposed to give consumers more power and freedom. Instead, costs are so fluid that household goods fluctuate almost like Bitcoin. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Office Chair According to the Wirecutter

Our long-standing pick for the best office chair is impressively supportive, adjustable, and durable. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Live Updates: Russian Fighters Close In on 3 Cities in Ukraine

There was intense street fighting across the capital on Saturday, and the latest Western intelligence reports indicated that the Russian advance had been slowed. But the Russian priority remained the capture of Kyiv. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Ballot Rejections in Texas Spike After New Voting Law

Ahead of Tuesday’s primary, about 30 percent of absentee ballots were rejected in the state’s most populous counties. In 2020, the statewide rejection rate was less than 1 percent. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

A Fraudster Who Just Can’t Seem to Stop Selling Eyeglasses

Consider the case of an online retail bully who appears to keep harassing his customers. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

The Best Memory Foam Pillows

We had our testers try 18 shredded, solid-slab, layered, and contoured memory-foam pillows. Their overall favorite: the Nest Bedding Easy Breather Pillow. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

How the 1918 Flu Epidemic Created One of Today’s Biggest Fitness Crazes (2020)

As disease ravaged the world nearly 100 years ago, the inventor of Pilates claimed his exercise method saved people from the 1918 flu. | Continue reading


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Covid Stole Our Time and How We Can Get It Back

‘Depressing Math’ can help you live a more fulfilled life. | Continue reading


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Pro-Putin sentiment spreads online

After marinating in conspiracy theories and Donald J. Trump’s Russia stance, some online discourse about Vladimir Putin has grown more complimentary. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Four Video Games to Ride Out the End of Winter

If you’re stuck inside and looking for a longer adventure than usual to get you through the winter, here are four games we think are worth your time. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Live Updates: Biden Picks Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court

President Biden’s choice ended a monthlong search to replace Justice Stephen G. Breyer, who is retiring. Few Republicans are expected to back her nomination. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

The History of Soap (2020)

Soap works—and has for thousands of years. Here’s why, and how it came to be. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Foreign Affairs Big Mac I

Thomas I Friedman Op-Ed article argues that no two countries that both have a McDonald's have ever fought a war against each other; says it may be that once a country becomes sufficiently integrated with the global economy, its capacity for troublemaking is restricted and it is p … | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

How to Reduce Your Energy Bill (in Any Season) With a Single Smart Home Device

A smart Wi-Fi thermostat puts your climate-control system on autopilot, making it easier to manage and saving some cash for many homeowners. | Continue reading


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4 Small Smart Devices That Can Prevent Major Home Damage

Smart-home sensors can detect leaks, frozen pipes, and open doors so that small problems don’t turn into big expenses. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

4 Budget-Friendly Deals Under $40

Deals on Wirecutter-approved gear for under $40—to help you get what you need on a budget. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Car Burial Funerals

Sometimes apocryphal, often outrageous: stories of car lovers who were buried with their prized possessions. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Maps: Tracking the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Russia launched attacks on major cities and airports across Ukraine, shelling more than a dozen cities and towns and crossing the border in multiple locations. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

Gov. Abbott Pushes to Investigate Treatments for Trans Youth as 'Child Abuse'

While it’s unclear whether the order could be enforced, medical providers and child welfare advocates condemned the move as dangerous. | Continue reading


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How Much Snow Will Fall Where You Live?

Type in your community to see the full range of possibilities in the next few days. | Continue reading


@nytimes.com | 7 months ago

The Waco Biker Shootout Left Nine Dead. Why Was No One Convicted?

How 177 arrests led to no convictions — a tangled, seven-year tale of prosecutorial hubris and tenacious defense. | Continue reading


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